Sunday Stash – Provenent

This week we got a bit of snow here in the South, enough that some schools got out early on Friday and school was cancelled on Monday.  The temperature has stayed low, keeping the ice on the roads from melting in the shady areas, so better safe that sorry since we don’t have a lot of de-icing and snow equipment in Atlanta.

With that, I managed to finish up a couple projects as part of the Snow Day Sew In (#SDSI on social media).  First up was the paper piecing unicorn portrait, “Vinnie Does Beyonce”, after my mascot for The Stitch TV Show.

Vinnie Does Beyonce Unicorn Portrait

It was also time to finish up the En Provence mystery from Bonnie Hunter.  Rather than use all the blocks in a single (huge) quilt, I took 4 of the blocks to make a donation version through my guild.  Since that was smallish, it got whipped up rather quick and is now finished:

En Provence Baby Quilt

And, of course, I also worked on the BIG version. So big I had to baste it in my kitchen, where I have the biggest hardwood floor space available.  I think this is around 84 x 65?” Roughly twin size, anyway.  Here it is being basted:

En Provence Twin Quilt

It’s now quilted, but my arms are killing me, so I’m going to wait to bind it until tomorrow evening. Whew!  Check out other quilters’ versions of En Provence on Bonnie’s link-up Monday!

  • Used this week: 4.25 yards
    • 0.75 yd for Vinnie Does Beyonce mini quilt
    • 3.5 yd for Small En Provence
  • Used Year to Date: 4.25 yards
  • Added this week: 0 yard
    • Woohoo!
  • Net Used YTD: 4.25 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 3.5 yards (82% of total used)

You can see more stash reports at Patchwork Times!

8 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Provenent”

  1. Your Bonnie Hunter quilts look fantastic!! I am still stitching up the 221 four patch blocks! I decided to do clue 2 before clue 1. Now I have only another 121 blocks to go.

  2. Whoa! You got a lot done! I am impressed 🙂 Your mystery quilt looks great. I’m sure you will mention on the next podcast what you plan to do with it, or maybe you already did, I’m one show behind. If not, I’m curious to hear your plans.

  3. Your fabrics in En Provence are so much fun! I love the fish and flowers in the border of the small one. Great idea to make it baby quilt size.

  4. Hi Pam, I would love to know your formula for calculating fabric usage on a finished quilt. Nothing like good spreadsheet math. Ha.

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