Thursday, June 11, 2009

Opposites

Before....regular, never-used china cabinet and plastic bins of fabric with in-progress piles
After....the fabrics were neatly folded in the bins, but I couldn't SEE them. This is better!
I have the pile of fat quarters, some pre-cuts, a pretty display of some Neptune, and favorite novelty prints on the right side.

Here at the bottom are quilts-to-be that I have already pulled specific fabrics for.
One more opposite...the Halloween swap nine patch next to a quilt along nine patch. It looks like a giant!

10 comments:

RED PEPPER QUILTS said...

I couldn't think of a better use for a china cabinet. Your fabrics look great in there, and I agree, you have to be able to see them all. It's really hard when you have them stored in plastic bins. This is great!

Isa said...

What a great way to store your fabric.
I love the last photo, you are right it looks like a giant

Susan said...

Now I wish I hadn't gotten rid of that old china cabinet. :) It so great that you can now see your fabrics. And it makes for a colorful, happy display.

Michelle said...

I want to come and play at your house! The fabric looks great in the china cabinet. Your 9 patch does look so huge. I like the colours you have used.

Goddess in Progress said...

Love that! Honestly, fabric makes a much lovelier display than dishes, don't you think? :-)

And the giant nine-patch cracks me up!

Liz @ teeny tiny quilts

jess said...

I have that fishie print!!!
I love your taste in fabric!

One Flew Over said...

What a stash! So envious!

Mushyhed said...

That looks great Angela! Love your stash. I can't believe you've already started the Halloween swap. You're such an overachiever :)!!!

Marianne Penner Design said...

You have a lot of room in that cabinet still, that means you can go buy lots more fabric. Lucky you. But seriously it looks so organized, and there is some serious eye candy in there!

Leslie said...

your fabric looks great in your cabinet. I love all the pretty little piles.