Our thoughts are with everyone who's preparing for the arrival of hurricane Sandy, or Frankenstorm, the name some have given the weather event that is on its way towards impacting the east coast of the United States. Buckets of rain, a rising ocean, wind and even snow farther inland, the storm is predicted to affect millions of people.
It may be too late for this event, but I wondered... how do you protect your quilts and quilting supplies? Your fabric, machines, tools... everything we use to sew a quilt. Some of us are faced with events that happen quickly, like earthquakes and tornadoes, while others sometimes have more lead time for natural disasters -- hurricanes, flooding and the fires out west are three examples.
Please make a comment to tell us how (or if) you protect your quilts and supplies, and feel free to share your cleanup experiences from past events, too.