The Internet was back on this morning but I had errands to run before I could post. I posted the last one from my smart phone. It takes pretty good photos. I made 39 new crooked cobblestone blocks yesterday and got them trimmed last night.
A couple of my readers insist that I must be very organized to get so much done. I am organized to a point but have a lot of clutter and "where on earth is that ....." in my life. I will explain my organization for the cobblestone blocks. I keep all of the small pieces appropriate for them in one container, stacked flat so they don't get wrinkled. I throw things in that container for months and then one day I sit down to make more blocks. I organize the pieces by size to lay by my machine as I'm assembling the blocks.
When I'm done making blocks I usually organize all of the scraps that are left, again by size, and then bag them in the bin so only the new pieces thrown in will have to be sorted later.
All of the pieces that are appropriate for centers of new blocks are bagged separately. Each of these piles is about 2.5" tall so that's a lot more cobblestones!
I keep yardage on shelves usually divided loosely by color, quarter yards or less go onto a separate shelf unit so if I need a small piece quickly I can search through that so I'm a little bit organized. I don't stuff fabric all wrinkled into a bag or container and then have to spend hours ironing it. I try to stack the small pieces flat and ready to use at a minute's notice. This is how I get quickly into a new project.
You can see photos of my stash if you go to my Label list on the sidebar and click on Stash. You will have to go back into older posts to see all of it.