The kind of folding I've been working on this week isn't that kind.
I have stored my fabric in plastic totes. The trouble with those plastic totes is that, in order to not have to climb in to the closet to get them... I leave them out. Then, digging through all the fabric to find what I'm looking for... well, that wasn't always easy either. So after promising my husband over and over that the fabric all over the house situation could be improved, he went and picked up a new (to me) hutch from my mom's storage shed.
And I've got four totes down, with a couple more to go.
Here it is...
On the top I put my "blenders" -- sorted pretty much by color. The top shelves have the 1/2 yards (or whatever is cut to the WOF), the bottom shelf has my neutrals, solids, and fat quarter size pieces (far right are my French General pieces too).
I'm making "mini bolts" for the bottom shelves.
I started earlier today, after the UPS man brought my comic book boards (yes, I do like French General).
And then we went swimming (because swimming, while pregnant, feels SO good I can't even say)...
So these neutrals are still waiting for me.
In other news...
32 weeks tomorrow.
Linking to Lee's
Speaking of Lee -- She has entered a beautiful fabric in a contest... You should go vote for her here.
This is her fabric swatch... so cute methinks.
Speaking of contests... I entered my niece's quilt in Riley Blake's "Cruisin'" contest... You can see it here, and vote for me in a couple days, should you be so moved. :)
(I'll do a full post then, but it really turned out cute).
I made a cream pie last week.
and put strawberries on it.
Thank you for all the love on maybe baby boy's quilt (and the belly too). I really need to find me some energy to get that one, and this one all finished! Steiger decided to break his water at 38 weeks... which gives me 6 weeks to go! Eeps!