Judy says. Well, I'm having mixed feelings about this, but I've decided to play along.
Here (photo on left) is my main quilting stash. By that I mean, fabric purchased specifically for quilting (with one or two exceptions down near the bottom). Not too bad, and reasonably organized - for now. My stash goes through phases - during the initial creation of a quilt, up to 50% of my stash will end up strewn around my sewing room. So, I regulary tidy up, and fortunately Judy caught me right after a clean up :)
I peeked at everyone else's stash photos. Some of those stashes are incredible. They have better fabric selection than my fabric stores! Some put me to shame, and others make me feel pretty darn organized. There are as many stash storage arrangements as there are quilters, apparently.
These cubby holes are built into the bottom of my cutting table - which is designed to be the depth of a bolt of fabric. These are my woven cottons. All kids' prints, so I need to make a lot of quilties to use up this stash.
So, this is my stash, in September 2009. Judy's goal is to organize by January 2010, and make a dent in stash by end of 2010. My goal is a bit different. My stash (of quilting fabric) is pretty small - so making a dent in that part isn't that important. And it is as organized as it's likely to get. On the other hand, I want to make a serious dent in the fabric hiding under the cutting table. I think I'll make myself a goal of a quiltie a month from now until the end of 2010. That should make an impression in the kiddie print stash.