I've been trying to get all the stash out of the various closets and hiding places, Oh boy! It doesn't seem like a lot until you put it all together. I decided garment sewing is not for me (you couldn't tell by the amount of non-quilting fabric I had) and gave most of the fabric away. I was so happy to see two 30 gallon bags, a boxfull and even a couple of bolts leave my house. Mostly flannels, knits, sheers and other "I don't know what it is or why I bought it" fabric.
I'm sure there will be more fabric leaving my house, this is so liberating. It lightens my mood, the burden of having too much and it will be easier and faster to organize my new sewing room. I've also decided not to include this lot in my stash report, it seems to me I bought maybe half of it at least a couple of years ago and beyond, but I'm sure the other half was given to me. Just the fact that this much left my house is in my book a winning situation.
I am not taking an hour or so (until the stores open, I have storage units to buy) to browse other quilting blogs over at Judy's patchworktimes.com and see what other's have been up to this week.