Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sunday Stash Report - March 3, 2010

Fall is definitely in the air today. Cool this morning so I actually pulled a quilt over my legs while drinking my morning coffee, nice.

For the second week in a row I stayed out of quilt and fabric shops, yipee!!!!!!!! Of course I didn't get that much fabric used with customer quilts and with major rain causing the closing of schools.

I did manage to get this quilt top pieced. Since I had most of the fabric cut and made into a kit a couple of months ago most of the fabric had already been reported but managed to work on a few runners so ended up with a small stash reduction anyway.


I am PLANNING (but you know how that goes) on major stash uses this week. I want to make a backing for the horse quilt and put borders on several runners and maybe even start the framed 4 patch.

Anyway my stats for this week are:

Fabric used this week: 2.5 yards
Fabric used YTD: 200.5 yards
Fabruc purchased this week: ZERO
Fabric Purchased YTD: 131.75

Net fabric used in 2010: 68.75

Kathie

9 comments:

Barb in Mi said...

Wohoo, nothing in! Those are the bets weeks! I hear you on major stash busting this week - on my plan as well, but lately work has been interfering. So it has to be easy sewing/ stash busting...

Kate said...

Nothing in and something used, that's pretty good. Some of us are still backsliding (quilty squared on my part). Love your hourse quilt. The dark and light are great frames for the horses.

Charlene S said...

Your busting counteracts my enhancing perfectly. Way to balance things.

Joanne said...

You're doing great and I love the quilt! Keep up the good work.

betty said...

The horse quilt will make someone very happy. Colors are perfect. Leaving for our visit to San Diego tomorrow morning.

katie z. said...

You can do a major bust. You can!

kwiltnkats said...

Good for you ZERO in as well as recording yardage used. I did the exact opposite this week. Looking forward next week to the opposite! Giddy Up!

Pat said...

great quilt~love the way the horses are in the middle of the patches :)

Suzanne Neuhaus said...

I'm a want ta be quilter. Know any of those? :) Anyway, the 4 patch with the horses fascinates me. How is that pieced. Are the horse patches appliqued on top of the other blocks or what?