Well it felt so good I decided to do my studio. Empty drawers, throw away projects that were never going to get finished and make huge piles which are again slowly being put away. I even put a large quantity of yarn into piles and boxes .I ripped out half started projects and rewound the yarn. (My husband asked me if there was anything wrong-no I am not nesting,honey, just cleaning). I try to knit but have currently decided not to buy anymore yarn:). But the point of this mindless but rewarding quest- to organize my life. To clear out the stuff that is undone and making me feel guilty it's not done. And really doesn't need to be done. You laugh again.
At the same time, I received an e-mail reminding me about this project that I did last year- Iraqui Bundles of Love . What a great way to send supplies to someone who will make good use of them. I was able to pack two bundles up-one of fabric and sewing supplies and one of knitting things. Check them out and see if you can help.(DEADLINE: OCTOBER 1). I also sent some art supplies to our school and the art teacher was very excited. Simple acts and it helped me too.
However in the process of cleaning my studio- a big confession. I have 14 WIPs -works in progess.I feel trapped with all the tops not done.
Like my daughter posing in a jail cell at the Shelburne Museum.
They were stuffed in baskets and bags and drawers. I was beginning to itch(hives) as I saw the pile. That is way too many even for me. What is wrong with me?
Off to conquer another scary thing-unfinished tops.
Happy sewing, my friends!