Wednesday, April 2, 2014

WIP Wednesday: Piles and Triangles

I have all of my triangles for the Triangle Quilt Along cut! Hooray!



I am so excited to start putting this together soon! Join the Triangle QAL if you haven't yet!

I also undertook a project of re-folding all of my fabric and reorganizing my craft shelves and clearing out things I won't use before my husband and I move to Maryland in less than two months (!!!!). 

Here's everything pre-re-folding and sorting all over my floor:



I got everything refolded this weekend while my husband watched the hockey game (napped) and I was able to "Frankenstein" together that pile of batting scraps one evening. See that pile of plastic zipper bags? Does anyone else have a stash like that? Or is there something wrong with me?

Here's everything back on my shelves:



It's like there's twice as much space as there was before! Holy wow! Before every single cube was full and there was piles on top of the rack! Now there isn't anything on the top and I can find anything I might be looking for.

I'm still trying to decide if I am going to destash anything before we move, so stay posted. I will definitely let people know if I have anything good to sell or trade. :)

Happy WIP Wednesday to you! Today WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced is hosted by Sarah at {no} hats in the house, whom I totally love!!

6 comments:

  1. Wow! I'm impressed with how clean and organized everything is. I need to do that again, but I'm totally dreading it. The fabrics your using for the #TriangleQAL are lovely. I look forward to seeing how you lay them out.

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  2. HI!!!! Great clean up!!!!! I love your triangles!!!! I am doing this one too!!!!! We will have so much fun!!!!

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  3. Fabric organization/storage can be such a daunting task!
    Your triangles look great!

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  4. Love the purples in your picks, looking forward to seeing what layout you come up with!

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  5. Agh, I keep seeing all these triangle-along posts pop up! I feel like I should just cut one of my current pulls into a bunch of triangles just in case :)

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