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Filling Project Boxes

 Inspired by all the cleaning going on over at Sarah’s and Sherri’s I decided to tackle the creative clutter in my own sewing area.  My cutting, ironing and sewing surfaces are clear.  In the process I filled several scrap bins to overflowing and found three empty project boxes.  I know I couldn’t believe it either.  Well that’s a definite license to start another project or two. First I took those overflowing scrap bins and started cutting strips for a log cabin variation. I still need to go through my red and pink bins but I’ve got me a good start.

Next I cut various leftovers from layer cakes and cut me up another project.  I had to order more background.  Hoping to get that cut soon so I can start this one too.

I still have a couple more projects boxes to fill, and I never run out of scraps. Oh the wheels are turning.  The possibilities are endless.


  • Sherri says:

    We are definitely on the same page! I just finished my post for tomorrow on the same topic!

  • Kimberly Smith says:

    Good job. I'm going out tomorrow to buy a few more project boxes (to match for stackability). I'll just create the new-project license that way, lol.

  • Kaja says:

    Project boxes – knew there was something I needed!

  • Karee says:

    After reading your post and Sherri's a thought came to me. Having my scraps organized and prepared for use is also a boon when a friend asks for "a project" to do. I am going to go through my hundreds of patterns and sort out 10 easy, easy patterns. Then they can choose a pattern as well.

  • Shasta Matova says:

    Ooh three empty project boxes lets you start three projects! There are so many possibilities! I've got a million quilts I want to make, and then the variations of those too. I've been cleaning my sewing area too. Progress is slow but sure.

  • Sarah Craig says:

    Woohoo!! You go, girl!!!

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