So this week there were only 4 days of stitching out of the last 7. That puts me at a 89.7% success rate at finding time to stitch. Still there was enough stitching to have a bit going out to report.
Fabric used this week: 0.33 yards
Fabric used year to date: 42.08 yards
Besides finding time to sew and using fabric, one of the other long term sewing goals has been to get the fabric closet organized. I've been tackling one shelf at a time. The third shelf on the second shelving unit has been the focus for the last year or so. This is what it looked like last July.
This is what it looks like now:
The batik, oriental and specific collection fabrics from the second shelf have been moved to the third shelf. The fabrics sorted by color moved up to the second shelf. There is still one stack of fabric on that shelf to be pressed and refolded, but there's been progress. It's slow progress, but I'm OK with that. It does make it much easier to find fabrics for projects once they are sorted into the appropriate stacks. Plus the way the fabrics are folded makes them ready to use for a project. I just unfold the amount I want, give it a touch up press and then cut what's needed. It's nice to be able to pull fabric from the closet and it's more or less ready to use.
Linking up with Quiltpaintcreate for the weekly stash report.