Thursday, November 11, 2010

Cupboard Love

Gentle Readers,

Finally after much weeping and gnashing of teeth,  my handy dandy fabric cupboard has been constructed.

I spent today lugging fabric upstairs to the newly erected monument storage unit.  Here are some fabric arrangements:

I can't believe how much it holds.

Everything is sort of neatly folded.  I don't possess the folding knack like some people do.

I have a lot of Rachel Ashwell shabby chic quilt blocks.

I really like the pale, soft colours.
There is a lot of room in that cupboard.  I emptied two plastic crates, a laundry basket, and two cardboard boxes full of material. Now that I have freed up another laundry basket, maybe I can get some more washing done. not.

This is my 150th post! Yay me!  I'm planning a giveaway to celebrate.  Stay tuned.


Make mine Mid-Century said...

I like that fabric cupboard very much. Must be very calming having everything all ordered like that. And that's cute tulipy fabric in the fourth photo.

What you need next is an infant grandaughter for whom you can make a beautiful soft-pink quilt! Get those daughters onto it!

Can't wait to see the giveaway ... just remember, horses and husbands incur significant postage charges!

Razmataz said...

Good for you Deb on your 150th post.

I must say those Shabby Chic squares look charming. I can't wait to see what you do with them.

I am not a folder either!

An Urban Cottage said...

Are you giving away those empty plastic crates?

L said...

oh dear, now Australian's are pressuring me to create progeny. Is your giveway going to be a house for me, so you have a person & place for pale pink quilts?
ps, if it is the empty crates you can count me out, lol.

Rural Revival said...

I love those shabby quilt blocks, and that cupboard looks like it has really deep shelves, very rare these days!


Torie Jayne said...

Fabulous cupboard full of so many wonderful fabrics! Have a sweet day!