Sunday Stash – Eeking

Although I feel as if I’ve been sewing all week, there’s pitiful little to show for it! Mostly because I forgot to take pictures of most of it.

I made two small notepad wallets to pair with giftcards for teacher gifts, and two stockings for the pets (one for Fred and one for the cats), a mini quilt for a friend, a storage bag for the quilt I donated to Daisy’s raffle, and a mini quilt I can’t show pictures of yet.

In “unfinished” projects, however, there’s been LOTS more progress – I finished up steps 3 (on the left below) and 4 (below on right) for the Grand Illusion mystery, and I finished the top and back for Mum Medallion. So there!

 
Here is the center for Mum Medallion; there is a 2″ maroon inner border and a 9″ green/maroon print outer border on it now as well.

Mum Medallion center

  • Used this Week: 3.25 yards
    • 0.5 yd for teacher gifts
    • 1 yd for stockings
    • 0.25 for Sol mini quilt
    • 1 yd for Funkytown storage bag
    • 0.5 for mini gift quilt
  • Used year to Date: 329.25 yards
  • Added this Week: 0 yards
    • Woohoo!
  • Net Used for 2014: 193.25 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 116.25 yards (35% of total used)

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8 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Eeking”

  1. I would say you accomplished a lot this week. I am sure the pets will enjoy their new stockings. The mystery is looking good!

  2. I really like how your Mum medallion is turning out! I’m sure we’ll see photos of the finished quilt very soon, and I can’t wait! 🙂 WTG on Grand Illusion, I haven’t even started yet, hoping to catch up on Boxing day and before New Year! :)))

  3. Sounds like you had a wonderfully productive week. Your stash numbers are really impressive, congratulations on such successful stash management. Mum Medallion is really spectacular!

  4. I made the Christmas table runner you highlighted a few weeks ago and it really did go together quickly. Thank you for sharing it!

  5. I’m curious. How much could you possible have left? And what is your net used compared to prior years? I’ll take my question on the podcast please

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