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September 08, 2010

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robin

I'm surprised to learn that you're not inherently a neat, organized person! Neither am I.

Dorothy

Oh my, you really do have your work cut out for you. Hubby wants to put a wood floor in my sewing room, which means moving everything out and I am dreading it. I really need to seriously destash my magazines. I'm struggling with maintaining a Quilters' Newsletter stash that goes back to the 70's. Do I really need them all? I drooled over the photo of all the silk threads - lovely! As for spinning - a wheel really doesn't take up all that much room. When I get back I'll send you a photo of my sewing room. :p

Caroline M

I do periodically prune my stash, like Dorothy above I too had a collection of QNM's that took feet of space. Ebay was the answer for me, I was happy knowing that my unloved stuff had gone to someone who would appreciate it. I never missed it all.

Fran W

Good for you! I have to really keep after myself to stay at all organized. Sometimes I do better than others:) My knitting stash and supplies could really use a good sorting through - hopefully I will get to that this winter. Hope to meet you in Rhinebeck this year!

Dave

Get rid of the fabric and the sewing machine(s) and you'll have lots of room for a wheel and fibre. :-) (I'm teasing. Sort of.)

Judy G.

Good on you! Nothing like a little tidying up to relieve mental and physical clutter.

I still use my 1988 Kenmore zig-zagger- I would take it as a sign from God that I am not supposed to steek if I stepped on the throttle and the guts ejected. Just sayin'.

Lorette

I'm glad to see that someone else is a "collector" like I am. I try never to let it get to the point of having to make my way through a maze to get to the computer.

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