For the second year in a row, I entered a fiber arts piece in our Recycled Art Exhibit. This year, I pulled mostly non-cotton fabrics from my stash... some of these fabrics have been in my stash for close to 20 years! I tore strips of the fabric, then mounted them onto a crinkle cloth backing and free-motion quilted the top, leaving the lower portion of the strips free to waft in the breeze. Then I added some ribbon and beads to the mix and attached loops of satin cord. Meanwhile, I found a beautifully twisted piece of wood in the woodpile, coated it with polyurathane to seal it, and added eye hooks and wire to the back. I mounted the 'waterfall' to the wood using the satin cords, and added one last feature: a beaded and embroidered butterfly I created about 15-20 years ago that has been languishing in a drawer. Just goes to show... sooner or later, you'll find a use for that stash!