Sunday Stash – Backwards, Yet Not in Heels

Were it not for the two-day migraine this weekend, I would have been a lot more productive.  Well, migraine and about a billion errands to run before vacation and a lot rudderless time turning in circles around the house worrying about things I can’t control, like middle school and the weather.

It’s going GREAT! #MayMadness. Jett is truly my spirit animal; laying down yet not resting as I give everything around me the stinkeye.

 

As it were, I did finish a sample tabletopper and a totebag this week, so not too bad.  I have another tabletopper prepped to quilt, and two placemats, too, which will be my “busy time” this week in between freaking out about more things I can’t control.  I also signed up for a class in June, and needed/wanted to buy some fabric for that as well, hence the intake.

  • Used this Week: 4 yard
    • 3 yd for tabletopper
    • 1 yd for totebag interior/handles
  • Used Year to Date: 157.25 yards
  • Added this Week: 6 yard
    • 6 yd various fabrics
  • Net Used YTD: 66.75 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 57.75 yards (37% of total used)

See more stash reports at Patchwork Times!

6 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Backwards, Yet Not in Heels”

  1. Sometimes we all have weeks like this. Your usage for the year is very impressive too. I;d like to see pics of the tote bag and tablerunner when you have time.

  2. Almost there!! Hooray Summer!

    If I had a stash to track (New Quilter Syndrome), my numbers would be in trouble this week! I just bought a whole lotta fabric to make Faith Jones’ Starfall Quilt. Ahh!!

  3. Hi,

    Hope vacation is going well and that school year ended without much more drama.

    You mentioned the Blue Ridge Beauty workshop. I find that to be an excellent Leaders and Enders pattern, especially in two.colors. I did one for my Mom in blue and white, which I’ll tweet this AM. I have another group going in red and white now.

    Jackie Gehring is coming to our Guild on October. She is the only one who can get me to actually do my own quilting, after watching her Craftsy class. It helped that we both have Bernina walking feet.

    Glad you’re enjoying the Naomi Novik series. I loved Uprooted and am part of the way through first Temeraire book.

    All the best

  4. I know that you keep keep detailed track of your fabric intake, but I wonder if giving yourself May off from fabric tally and buying more fabric would relieve some stress?

    BREATHE!!!

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