Thursday, May 6, 2010

Today's Post on Stash Manicure

My post today is over at Stash Manicure. However, I'm more in need of help with my stash than someone giving advice!

-nanette

11 comments:

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Nanette, I thought that was a great post! I always love seeing how other people organize their stuff, and I do like your tip about shopping from your stash first. We do need to be reminded!

Love the project you are working on which you called pickle dish, but I've never heard of that. Any pics of a finished one?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts and your lovely pictures!

MGM

Sandi said...

It was a great post! I'll keep this short....I'm doing a little bit of "stash manicure" in my sewing room so I should get back to it. :-)

Lynn said...

I commented on the other blog, but I wanted to say if you do put out a sign, I'm applying! Of course it would mean a longggg commute. But I think it would be worth it.

Muddling Through said...

I think you did a great job on Stash Manicure. Lots of good ideas and drool-making pictures. :)

pratima said...

Such a lovely post on fabrics, Nanette. Lots of nice tips and suggestions to organize and to keep feeling motivated about the projects.
*I would be at your door step anytime ;-)

Pat said...

I read your post over there and enjoyed it, too.

Stitched With Prayer said...

Nanette, I left a long comment on your post at Stash Manicure. Just stopped by here to add you to my favorites list. Thanks for your wonderful post and great ideas. I love your blog too, what a fun place to explore!!

Rae Ann said...

Nanette ~ You were the greatest ever! I so loved your post on Stash Manicure today and I got so much inspiration from you. I LOVE how you organize and get so much done. I am the one the needs the help and you are a great teacher!!!
Thank you tons!

Janet said...

It was a great post and so nice to see your sewing hive. I think you're very organised, I have so much stuff under my table too. I loved what you said about shopping from the stash, that's why we have one.

SarahVee said...

Loved your post and the peak into your studio. Thank you for sharing some tips and your troubles as it makes you a 'real' quilter like the rest of us! I like your trash can for scraps. I'm slowly starting to cut my scraps into various sizes and store them in the plastic containers strawberries come in. Free storage (if you like strawberries!)

Momoo said...

Enjoyed seeing your sewing room. I really think I should follow your advice and shop my stash before I head to the fabric shop :)