The hubs and I watched "Confessions of a Shopaholic" this weekend. When it was over, Mike said, "This is one of my new favorite movies. There is such a great lesson there!" And he looked directly at me.
I don't buy clothes. I still own clothes from High School. What are you talking about?
So, after he stared me down to oblivion he glanced back at my mountain of fabric in the dining room.
And I knew he was right. And I felt sheepish. Baaa.
SO! Friends, it is time again for a "Slim that Stash!" diet. I know that April is stash-busting month, but I didn't think I had a stash to bust. HA HA HA!
He hasn't seen some people's fabric collections. Mine is pathetically tame compared to others. But in a less-than-1000-square-feet-apartment-with-4-people... it is HUGE. Let's gear up for some sewing projects! My rules are that I can't buy new fabric unless I absolutely need it to finish a project, and then I can only buy what I need. When my stash is pretty slimmed down, then I can go back to regular buying habits, which after last year's experiment, I found to be very difficult. Will you support me in my efforts? Offer ideas? I'd appreciate it.