Sunday, January 29, 2012

Sunday Stash Report - Week 5 for 2012

I have gradually been using lots of yardage on my daughters graduation/dorm quilt but won't report that until the top is done. I did use yardage in a backing, a couple of minor projects and this table runner which I cut out using my Accuquilt GO.

I made another purchase this week but it was for a specific project which are kits I am making up for an April workshop. I glad to see that my numbers are still in the black though barely.

My stats for the week are:

Fabric used this week: 4.5 yards
Fabric used YTD: 20.5 yards
Fabric purchased this week: 4 yards
Fabric purchased YTD: 17.5
Net fabric used in 2012: 3 yards

I had my hand doctor appointment on friday to find out that it is a different problem than what I had with my other hand last year. This has to do with an arthritic bone on the palm side of my hand right below the thumb. It can cause some of the same pain etc. as the trigger finger. Had a painful steroid shot in my hand and will now wear a brace at night for the next two months and keep my fingers crossed that it works. If this doesn't relieve it I will be in store for more surgery.



Charlene S said...

Wishing for the best!

Dee Dee said...

Great numbers - always feels good to be in the black.

Kathy said...

Hope the shot and brace work and no surgery for you.

Sara said...

Hope you heal soon!

Lovely table runner...really like the black "background"

kwiltnkats said...

Gosh darn Kathie, what were you doing with your hands in your earlier days? Did you make lots of bread? Happy for you that you've been able to stay in the BLACK. Sandi

Denise :) said...

Great numbers, Kathie! I'm sorry to hear about the pain in your hand -- hope the shots and the nighttime wear of the brace help and keep you from having to face more surgery. Yuck, right?! :)

Alycia said...

Goodness, hope the brace works!! Your stash report looks good!!

Kate said...

Congrats on staying in the black. Hope what the doctor has ordered gets you back to normal quickly.