Leading up to the Holidays my wife and I decided that we wanted to diet. We have both lost weight before and honestly don’t need too much prompting to get back in shape again. This time around we both reached what we call maximum density (too many cupcakes) and decided jointly to lose some inches. A lot of our lives are now revolving around this choice, but it’s actually kind of fun. We’ve been at it for a month now and are more active and feel better than in a long time. This choice however, has taken some of our free time away from some of the other things we love to do such as quilting. Please stay with me and the sporadic schedule of my posts as I try to balance this into my routine.
Speaking of the Holidays, we have plans to buy some more fabric in another couple of months and are faced with a particular dilemma… to buy our fabric by the bolt, or by the yard. Both choices have advantages and disadvantages. The bolt prices that we can get are half that of the sale price of regular fabric. The fabric by the bolt that we have access to has better quality in my opinion than what we would get of the by the yard fabric. The only upside to buying the fabric by the yard seems to be that we could buy a larger variety for the same amount of money. I realize there may be some people out there that would say they would like to have a problem like that, but honestly… what would you do?