Pin It A couple of months ago, at the beginning of the new year, my mother and I went out to dinner and were sort of reflecting on the last year, work-wise. We started talking about all of the things that I did last year, this quilt, that bag, etc. It became more of a tally to figure out just how many quilts I made in 2009 (my first year of real sewing/quilting, yay!), how many bags, so on, so forth. I think we came up with 19 quilts that I designed and/or pieced, quilted and bound last years. As far as handbags? I stopped counting at 27 because I really just didn't even want to know.
This presents a small problem that some people would probably love to have: I'VE RUN OUT OF PEOPLE TO GIVE MY CRAP* TO.
Let's take a look, shall we? (I will admit the first two I made in 2008 but it was very very very VERY late in 2008 [I was binding them on Christmas eve!]).
Speaking of friends in North Carolina...
Are you getting the idea? Because I'm tired of posting pictures now and I'm sure you're tired of looking at them!
The thing is, I will never stop making crap. So I'm just going to have piles and piles of crap, basically. If I had more readers I'd do fun giveaways like all of the other fun bloggers. But the fun bloggers have 394857394853409852309458340598 people that read their blog and participate. I don't so basically I'd be giving away to the same 4 or 5 people every time! haha!
As it is right now, I have 10-12 quilts that I need to find homes for. YEEP! See? Piles of crap. So... yeah. Anyone have any suggestions as to what to do with my piles of crap?!
*I use the term "crap" in an ever-so-loving way. :o)
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