I thought I was totally unpacked and settled in, until it took me 45 minutes to find my camera for next week's tutorial, ugh! We are still settling in to real life, I desperately need to make a list of everything I want to get done before summer is over. There is a lot of homeschool planning that needs to happen as well; my son will be in 1st grade (yikes!) and I'm excited to do a little more structured stuff in fall.
As I've shuffled around boxes while unpacking, I have to come to terms with the fact I have way too much fabric for sewing clothes when I don't sew clothes that often any more! When I do, I usually refashion or upcyle, so it's totally pointless to have so much of it but ugh. How do you part with fabric that you really like but know you won't use? Or don't you? Share your wisdom!
Happy tuesday! Stephanie
PS- The cutting table I've been using for years is on sale with free shipping from JOANN today if you're looking, it is big and I love it.
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I am so excited to share this new project - a hand embroidered baseball cap! See more pictures - including one of me wearing it in the Grand Tetons- in the post. This is a sponsored post with JOANN, I had no idea they sold nice hats before this!