Thursday, February 11, 2016

playing in the stash again

ever wonder why you have so many fabrics in the stash?
that you love but are not using?
yeah, I have been thinking
(I can think once in a while you know.........)

these are my tumblers for my tumbler quilt

this little container is not huge but boy there are a 
ton of these guys in there
I used some for the red Valentine mug rugs
and some for the green border on the table topper

and look! they STILL go to the top and need to be pushed down to shut it.........
I really really think (KNOW) that these guys should NOT have male
and females together because they DO multiply
they should mark fabric as male or female
so we can keep them seperated
just sayin..............

guess I gotta sew more of them up for the tumbler quilt as leaders and enders.
I need to decide how big I want it and sew up some rows
I have little rows of 8 all done in a container waiting to be pressed
and there are a lot of them in there too!
goes to show you............
either they 1)multiply
2) wiggle around for breathing space
or 3)want to show US whose boss!


Charlene S said...

I know that scraps breed and find hiding places. I have to corral them often and still find more! Reminds of the story about clothes hangers and orphan socks.

Julierose said...

Oh yes, even when you actually use the scraps, they manage to leave a little bit to go mate and breed again...hugs, Julierose said...

I calculated how many tumblers that I need. I wish mine would do more procreation.

barbara woods said...

mine has been breeding for 5 years and are taking over my enclosed porch