The end result, which I am showing you first, since this whole exercise may be of very little interest to the majority of you. I thought I would keep all these clothes and shoes, but the storage rack broke from the weight of it all and it made me again face reality. I haven't worn any of these clothes in six years, or since I was that size! So they will go off to Goodwill today. One would think that would leave me with oodles of room, but no.
It hardly seems worth it to keep this broken rack and I do believe these clothes will return to the little closet. You will notice that I have bags of bed quilts hanging up there. More are stuffed into drawers and rolled up under my bed. Sigh.
What I was really trying to clear out was the bigger hall closet. Once I got all those clothes out, I thought there would be oodles of room for my yarn, batting, dyeing and painting supplies. There might be, but now it must be reorganized too. It never ends.
I don't think I want this yarn on top of the yarn shelves, since I can't reach them without a ladder and the majority are open bags, inviting dust. The satisfaction I was hoping to experience in getting rid of clogged up closets hasn't happened yet.
In fact I am faced with another dilemma, a familiar whine from me. What will I do with all the products I make from this yarn and this fabric? I seriously have no more room for more quilts and sweaters. O dear.