The next 20 fabrics come from a project where I took 10 onsies my friend's son had outgrown and sewed them to t-shirts to make new longer onsies. After looking and looking, I found a tutorial that explains how I did it.
PARKINSON'S LAW OF TRIVIALITY, also known as bike-shedding, is C. Northcote Parkinson's 1957 argument that organizations give disproportionate weight to trivial issues. Parkinson observed that a committee whose job was to approve plans for a nuclear power plant spent the majority of its time on relatively trivial and unimportant but easy-to-grasp issues, such as what materials to use for the staff bike-shed, while neglecting the less-trivial proposed design of the power plant itself. Sad.
How Breaking Parkinson's Law Can Radically Improve Your Life
Cut your work time in half with this simple hack. Here's a productivity strategy for getting more work done in less time, which means more time for doing what you live. It's based on Parkinson's Law, which says that work expands to fit the time available to complete it. http://thefreelancecat.com/cut-work-time-half-simple-hack/