In a never ending effort to get a handle on my limited shelf space and excess fabric buying, I have listed destash fabric bundles in my shop on etsy. Each bundle is a "theme", mushrooms, travel, retro, owls, little kukka, hipsters and birds are what is left, and while the first picture is really not so pretty, I do have pictures on the listing of the fabrics (see above) so you can have a better look. I also listed fabric yardage (new & unwashed) at destash prices, if you are interested in a few things (3 or more) shoot me a message thru my supply (pink owl fabric) shop, and we can figure out combined shipping and maybe a small additional discount out, but please only if you are purchasing fabrics only, 3 or more listings.
Things are as always, quiet around here. I do post pictures and updates on my SBJ facebook page more often, and what free time I have had lately is going to organizing my sewing room (hence the destash update, with a BIG Japanese Import Fabric destash update to come) trying to get my new etsy shop up and running ( non sewn items ) which I know is both scary (money invested) and time consuming (late nights) but I know I can do this.
We have also been puttering around the house lately, and trying to get our "yard" looking much better. We had some trees (9 of them) taken down, and have had a landscaper come and help us with the aftermath of the clean up, since they came from the front of the house, the mess was crazy. We met a neighbor who lives up the road ( hey, I live in the country, so I can TOTALLY say this!) who turned out to be a huge guy, that drives around with a miniature chihuahua , and apparently owns a llama farm, and he happily hauled away about a million thick slabs of tree trunks ( imagine how many hipsters could have made coffee tables and place-mats with all that???) to chop and save for the winter. You know, as much as I love my house, I have no idea why 2 people who have love pretty flowers (and one that runs away like a maniac screaming when any bug is within 2 feet of them) but have no gardening skills, thought that buying a house that sits on 3 acres was a good idea.
Hope you have a great weekend, we have some jurrasic-size (my term for HUGE) ferns all over our back yard that are getting dug out and given to a friend, so I will try to keep my screaming at a minimum when all the worms and creepy crawlers attack me, but I make no promises!