Since we bought our Singer Heavy Duty sewing machine to make new covers for the mattresses, I have sewn just about everything you can think of – even a tool box. But usually I don’t take it that far. Mostly I try to sew things that will help us keep our stuff organized in our, after all, limited room on board.
One way we use to save space and keep everything under control in Chip-Chip is to sew small, simple bags, kinda like packing cubes, for things like toys, underwear, socks, hats etc.
I was asked for the recipe, so here it comes.
Suddenly the calendar says that it’s June, and things are getting hectic in our house. We started packing a while ago. Some things will come with us on Chip-Chip – but most either goes into storage or it is being sold, donated or thrown away. At this time we have about 10 moving boxes in our bedroom, and we have already sold things like the cross trainer, old sails, an old water tank for the boat, one of the guitars etc. And somehow, I find it really great when people come and get our old stuff for free (at least the things we would never be able to sell) – so happy that things will be used again instead of being thrown away.