Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Decrapification Project - Part Three - The Fabric

Decrapification (de-crap-if-ic-a-tion) The term coined by Rosamaria on Ravelry Thrifty Knitters group meaning to declutter a LOT of stuff (from a room or area.)

I liked it so much that I decided to use it for a blog post (or 2 or 10!)

Digging deeper...

In the last Decrapification Project post, I addressed the scraps (of which I have a gracious plenty!) This post will address the rest of the fabric.  I showed you the hiding places in Part One.  Shall I refresh your memory?  OK... If you insist.  :o))

Step Six - Reorganize the fabric stash.

Some of the drawers in THIS pair of dressers aren't being used to their fullest potential:


The same may be true of THIS tall chest:


It might also be the case in THIS small chest:


SEW... let the wild rumpus start!!!

There once was a HUGE stack of jeans living in this corner.  They are ALL GONE!!!


This corner has been occupied by a random stack of stuff for the past 5 YEARS!!  No longer!!


While I was at it, I removed a layer of fabric (and yarn) from this corner:


You may not be able to tell by looking at the photo above, but if you scroll back up the page to where I first introduced you to the tall chest, you will DEFINITELY see a marked difference.  I've been busy!!

Until next time...
Sort it out!!!

6 comments:

  1. Looking sooooo good. So good.
    I'm working my stash up, too. Organizing and actually USING it.

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  2. It's so reassuring to know that I am not alone!

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  3. Good for you! My sewing space could use some organizing too.

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  4. Gr8 job Joy!! Could you come over when you're done with your sewing room? Please? Pretty please! Oh darn!! Well I still think you did an awesome job. Don't stop now. You're almost done. ;^)

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  5. Keep up the great work, Joy!

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  6. Keep up the great work, Joy!

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