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Looking for old info

Posted by northbound (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 25, 07 at 12:42

I've been a lurker on this forum for a couple of years and have just recently gotten around to posting a bit on the quilting forum. The question of planning, starting, and finishing a project has come up a couple of times there. I think it was on either this forum or organizing the home that the job of organizing craft materials came up. There was a very interesting post from someone who had come to realize that she had a gift for coming up with new ideas for a project, but not for completing it. So she would make notes, sketches, whatever of her inspirations and keep those. I think she ended up getting rid of her craft supplies after she realized that they were just clutter for her. Or something like that. The post was maybe a year ago, but I can't find anything in the old posts--it may be too old. Does anyone remember this? I've posted my question over on the organizing forum as well.

Sharon C.

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RE: Looking for old info

Sharon, I don't remember it but you can go back and look at some of the past pages. Maybe that will help.

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