Every DIYer and crafter's weakness is supplies. Newly acquired, they hold such promise of things to come, before project frustration or boredom kicks in, or before your free time slips away. Beautiful fabrics, soft yarn waiting to become a scarf, and enough sequins to make even Richard Simmons happy. You've got it all. Let’s just say that when the Craft-Apocalypse comes, your personal stock will rise and so will your spot in the evolutionary supply chain. But no one wants a Lord of the Flies situation, so it’s time to cull the collection — whether it’s a couple of baskets worth, or an entire dedicated closet. Either use what you have or get rid of it entirely.