Sunday Stash – Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

No finishes! Everyone clutch your pearls in horror.  Meanwhile, the last two blocks are finished for the Beachwalk Quilt (picture quality is crap as my camera is apparently disintegrating before my eyes):

Beachwalk Block 8

Beachwalk Block 9

Next week should see the finish of the signature quilt for my daughter’s teacher as I take a step back from these intense applique blocks.

  • Used this Week: 0 yards
    • Sad trombone!
  • Used year to Date: 144.5 yards
  • Added this Week: 0 yards
    • Woohoo!
  • Net Used for 2013: 76.75 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 69.5 yards (47% of total used)

See more stash reports at Patchwork Times!

5 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained”

  1. Process is part of the fun, not just finishes. In a few weeks you will have used up about a thousand yards of fabric and we will all be jealous. Be one with the process!

  2. NO WAY! Is that REALLY you, Pam? Really? I agree with Jaye! With such an intricate quilt you should be celebrating every single block done! I looked it up online and felt a little intimidated (by the price and details too! 🙂

  3. That Beachwalk Quilt is going to be AMAZING! Always listen to your pocast when I quilt!

  4. Also being a dedicated listmaker (you should see the weird scraps around my house that say PO Box, acupuncture, TJs chicken and Kona Snow), I also love checking things off the list. I used to be all about the product and I would keep all the quilts I made. Then I realized that I didn’t have space for the quilts. I also realized that I was started things, seeing something shiny and starting another new quilt and getting a lot of UFOs. It was making me crazy so I started to finish the ones I started and, as you know from your minute scrutiny 😉 of every post on my blog, then last year I started finishing the old projects. Yes, the finishes are GREAT, a total high. But the process is good, too. I have been quiltmaking since God was a child, so I am farther along. You’ll get there, perhaps.

    But: WHATEVER! I am not going to try and convert you. Really!

    So, how many pieces did that whale need to look like a whale.
    Jaye

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