I have cleaned my sewing room - it isn't entirely perfect yet, but it is much better. I finally bit the bullet so to speak and accepted that my mess was prohibitive to my creative flow. I didn't take any before photos but this is basically where I am at now.
Patterns are in boxes, and material is all away and now I can start planing my next stash bash. In that vein I have started to create photo files on my computer in an effort to try and recall when needed all the different fabric packets that I have. So in my next post I will put up a few matches that I have already made. More as a reminder to myself of the projects I have to get round too.
My husband is now on my back about how long I think the material I have will last, given that some of the stuff I have is stuff I got at least 5 years ago, I think that I can safely say that his guess of 1 year is rose tinted at best.
To start however I will be making very uninspired but much needed skirts and tops with the multitude of small meterage fabrics I have. I know it won't burn a lot of meters in my 50m goal but it will get rid of some packages very quickly and truth be told I could use them.
I am still trying to pick a bigger project - I am thinking the double breasted jacket (1960's style) in blue velveteen though it seems like the wrong season. Perhaps I should look into that this year too - is sewing like gardening - when do you make your winter/summer stuff?
Well it is now late so I will head to bed and catch up later.