How do you know for certain that it is time to move on?
These are a few of the questions that I've been pondering of late -
most recently this morning as most all of my rusted cottons and organzas
were transferred from 3 work drawers into 1 storage bin.
as well as a few that were eco printed found their way into a second bin.
When visions of pieces yearning to be created flit through my mind, these days they are not of the rusty kind.
Do I put the bins in the basement where out of sight will equal out of mind, but where they will be accessible if some future day finds me dreaming rusty dreams again?
Or, and this is a bit scary even though it is what my brain says makes the most sense, do I truly let go and offer the lot for sale as yardage? Fat quarters or bags of...bags of what exactly? Bags of rusted cottons? Would it be priced by the piece or pound? Would anyone even want it?
In truth, I feel as if I already have moved on...to tea bags and other scrumptious papers. Did I just answer my own question? Probably. But will I listen to myself? Hmm...
I could really use your help on this one. What do you do with old materials when you move on?
Thanks in advance!