My sister once looked into my “sewing” room and accused me of being a hoarder. What can I say. Much more than sewing happens in that small room. I can’t help it if the fabric and craft supplies reach to the ceiling! Storage and space are a big problem for a person who likes to try different crafts. There are always more supplies I need!
When I was 4 or 5 years old, I had a vivid, realistic dream that I flushed my little sister down the toilet. More than 40 years later, I still have a clear image of her swirling in the bowl before going down the drain!
One thing often leads to another and another and another in a crafter’s life. A few cardboard boxes, for example, led to doll furniture, which led to doll clothes and who knows what’s next. And the boxes that started it, well, they ended up in the recycling bin.
The things my grandmother, Agnes Rogers, said and did still touch my life and I will always appreciate her. Some of those actions are just memories that make me smile while others play a major role in who I am and what I do today.