My right arm is giving me fits especially when I type. I think I may need to find some kind of wrist support to help alleviate the discomfort so I can get back to my blog. I read everyone elses but need to take 800 mg of Ibuprofen after more then 2 minutes of typing and before I know it, weeks have flown by and my little blog is still empty.
I have attempted to set my sewing room into a workable happy place...omg, give me a break! Boxes falling on my head, plastic bins stacked high enough to give a cat a nose bleed. Sheesh...then I watch a few episodes of Hoarders and the frenzied attack begins. I have saved quilting magazines since the mid to late 80's and have bought dozens at used book stores, thrift shops, yard sales, flea markets, etc.
So now my question is: do you save your old quilt magazines? I have them stacked in my sewing room but they are taking up so much room. It seems like I am always running across a different quilt I want to make.
Are you a magazine hoarder?
Do you just save pics or patterns?
For the best answer to my dilemna on what I could/should do with my quilting magazine hoard, I will be happy to send the winner a few of my doubles, lol, of my hoard. Omg, I am hopeless!
Now all you have to do is blog about this on your blog and let me know you did. If I get 25 comments, I'll throw in a yard of pumpkin orange.
For 50 comments I'll add a yard of chocolate brown fabric.
For 75 comments I'll toss in a Suze Guzman pattern. Keeps getting more interesting, hmmm?
For 100 comments I think a nice assortment of Valdani threads are in order. Have you ever used http://www.valdani.com/ these fabulous threads? To die, or should I say dye, for you can use on your machine or by hand. I love this stuff!!!!
Now be a good little blogger and spread the cheer. And since I love my International friends, they are included in this.
This will end on the 19th of October in the US. Now, wish me luck on my wrist support and help me figure out what to do with these magazines! Thanks, Elaine...the magazine queen!