Sunday Stash – Multitudinousness

This weekend I had a whole day and then some of just straight up sewing and progress on various projects. On top of the finish of Lovebirds earlier this week, I’ve got quite the yardage booked in the “out” column.  I did also bring in some fabric; I couldn’t resist a FQ bundle of “Cat Lady” from Cotton & Steel, some of which will be used to make a quilt for the Good Mews auction this year.

One of the finishes was this mini out of my sample Glow Stick block from my class with Cristy Fincher.  I’m still making a bigger version with some different color placements, but could let this one flounder about unused.

I also finally made the “Carry All Caddy” from  Like most of her patterns, it’s not hard sewing until you get to the final binding, and then there’s lots of opportunity for it to get all kinds of jacked up. Mine’s not too bad, I don’t think.

  • Used this Week: 18 yard
    • 8 yd for Lovebirds
    • 0.5 yd for one placemat
    • 0.5 yd for Glow Sticks mini quilt
    • 4.5 yd for Remedial Fishsticks donation quilt
    • 3.25 yd for Catch All Caddy
    • 0.25 yd for new nametag
    • 1 yd for casserole carrier
  • Used Year to Date: 137.5 yards
  • Added this Week: 5 yard
    • 5 yd Cat Lady FQ bundle
  • Net Used YTD: 70.75 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 46.25 yards (34% of total used)

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8 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Multitudinousness”

  1. I am also taking Annie’s class. Your bag came out fantastic!! I have the soft and stable and now have to get all my fabrics. On to the hard part!! 🙂

  2. WOW! You made a lot of progress. I like those days where I can cross a lot of small things off of my list and it looks like you were able to do that.the binding on the ByAnnie patterns always puts me off. I’ll have to try one sometime, though.

  3. I have only put a binding on a bag once and it was a nightmare. That super cute bag of yours has a heckalot of binding. Probably won’t be making that pattern any time soon.

  4. I really like the mini quilt. What colors will grace the big quilt? I am glad you finished the as it confirms that if you struggled at the end I needn’t start :-). I have been busy with lots of small things including pillow cases for the grand girls but nothing big is finished. I am waiting patiently for the King size quilt to come home from the long arm quilter which should be Wednesday of this week. Binding is made and waiting patiently to be attached and then keep mm hands busy while I watch tv in the evenings. Have a great week and a fun sew day with AMQG Saturday.

  5. I really love your mini-quilt. It looks so posh.
    Your bag is adorable. Mine always come out looking like I have no idea how to sew a straight line.
    Thanks for the great podcasts. I look forward to listening to them while I work from home. You always inspire me to keep sewing.

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