Living the Southern Life
I feel the exact same way.
rather than a fabric depression, maybe thinking of it as a fabric freedom quest would help -- the fabric in your stash is trying to break free from its shelves and other storage spots and be used... :-)
Hang in there........only 30 days to go! Remember, you are not alone!
Go Vicky Go! You can do it! ;-)
I know Vicky, I know...but nothing lasts forever..*VBS* This too, shall pass and you'll be a stronger quilter for making the hard choices..*S* Hugs, Finn
Now that we can't see Daisy in your ID picture you'll have to post pictures of her more often! I miss not seeing her cute little self. Hope her back is doing well.
All those days stretching out ahead of us......sigh.
You are my inspiration- so remember if you start to feel weak, you won't just be letting yourself down- you'll also be letting me, and I'm sure lots of other people down. How's that for guilt and pressure? ;-) Really, I know you can do! You're leading the way for the rest of us. And thank you for doing it!Kim
Hey! I'm excited and sewing as fast as I can to try to make a dent in this stash! Only 29 days left to use it up!!Judy L.
You have a ways to go - try to focus on all the fabric you already have then you won't feel so deprived!
From the outside, you all sound like you're doing rehab then a 12 step program! In that spirit, just take "one day at a time". If any of you survive I may just be tempted to take the challenge on in Sept.Close by in spirit,Sally
Love the calendar! As ama says, I feel the same way...but really it will go pretty fast, especially with us sewing on our UFOs and out of our stashes.
No sighing here :-)I am seing this a chance to meet with my dear fabric. Come on Vicky - let's play - you can do it :-)
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