Thursday, September 2, 2010

Ode to Stashbusting September

How do I love thee, Stashbusting September?

Let me count the ways...
















If you, or someone you love, could benefit from participating in Stashbusting September, please don't hesitate to sign up.  There are thousands of stashes out there that need to be busted.  If you could bust just one stash, the world would be a better place.

Please help.  Click on this link...



... and help save a stash today. 

It's not too late. 

Spread the word and bust a stash - you can do it!

(Note: the pictures above are in no way supposed to represent the entirety of this particular stash - only a representative sample.)

20 comments:

Van said...

Wow, that's some beautifully organized craft stash goodness! But what's this Stashbusting thing about?

jac. said...

Oh my goodness looking at your stash just made me want to come over and play!

Stray Stitches said...

I could help you with stash busting - I saw several fabrics I could take off of your hands - LOL!

Brittany said...

I wish there was play dates for adults.. because we would so totaly be friends :)))

Brittany said...

well we are anyways.. but still :)

AmieAnn said...

Can you come over to my house and organize my stash? I could really use some help and yours looks amazing!
Amie

Eve said...

What is stash busting. My, my this looks lovely. Especially those beads. :D

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Holy cow! Talk about a stash! I am SO uncraft-like and I can't sew, I wouldn't even know what to do with all that stuff. Kudos to you for your creativity! (Private joke: We have to leave each other comments because all of the people are somewhere else leaving comments. LOL!)
Best,
Gloria

Robin said...

Stashbusting September is a pledge to not buy any crafting supplies for the month of September. You know you want to sign up!
I am in awe of your stash, so beautifully organized. So nice and neat. I mean I put pictures on my wall that are a bit of squalor and you have lovely organized fabrics. Jealous and I need to hire you!

Carrie and Mike Groff said...

You make beautiful quilts! I would love to have one made someday for my husband and I and have our wedding picture, names and wedding date on it. I'm definately not a very crafty person at all so I admire other people's work. Now following your blog! Keep in touch!

Kerin Lee said...

Wow! I think your stash may be bigger than my stash!

June said...

Looking at all your stash pics makes me feel like I am in a candy store, drooling over all the choices!
I just want to touch it all!!!

Jill said...

Your stash is so organized! I love it!! I also love the balls of yarn in that basket, I wouldn't want to use any of them!! lol Thanks for linking up!!

The Answer Is Chocolate said...

YOU are totally a woman after my own heart! There are others like me!!! The hubs has his doubts. We can do it! We can bust this stash!

Zibeline Knits said...

Do you think I could get someone to come over and do the stash-busting for me? Wish I had time to be that creative with the craft closet contents. Thanks for visiting me today. Have an awesome weekend!

www.zibelineknits.blogspot.com

CK said...

Awesome, you go girl! Use up those beads!!! Seeing the picture of those beads makes me wanna come over and make stuff with you!!!
-CK

CK said...

PS Thanks for reconnecting with me!

Kimberly said...

A lot of stash! But at least it's amazingly organized!! :) Wish mine were... but that's kind of the point of the stashbusting thing for me... :)

Katie's Nesting Spot said...

Whoa that is quite a STASH! I might have to show it to my husband to get him off my back for all the stuff I've collected☺

Marjorie said...

So...are you interested in a stash trade? I have little bits from 2 yarn projects...and I don't really crochet much (and never learned to knit). And I think there's a lime/pink batik in photo 3 that I don't own....rare but true....