Sunday, October 26, 2014


By the end of today, my stash will be back in balance!

By that, I mean I will have managed to offset the purchases from the last two weekends.  Here's how:

7.0 - Pulled juvenile panels and coordinating fabric for guild comfort quilts.
3.5 - Cut "topical" fabrics into 5" squares for guild projects.
5.0 - Finished Easy Street
4.0 - Pieced Easy Street Back

By my calculation that total of 19.5 exactly equals what I purchased the last two weeks!

OK, so I'm still in the hole.  But I'll be at the guild retreat next week -- 3 days to finish off some big projects.

Hmmm ...... wonder what I should take to work on ......

Stay tuned!

Stash Report - Oct. 26

     In this Weeks:                0.0 yards
     Out this Week:              19.5 yards
     In year to Date:            239.0 yards
     Out Year-to-Date:        193.75 yards
     Net Used 2014            -45.25 yards

Linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times.

Hope y'all have a great week!


  1. Looks like you are digging yourself out of the hole!

    Have fun at your retreat and hope you get a lot accomplished.

    1. Thanks for checking in, Dee Dee. I'll report on my progress when I get back, if not before.
      Have a great week!

  2. Congrats on breaking even with recent additions. Every little bit helps.

    1. Thanks, Kate. Hoping to have even more progress next week.

      I appreciate your stopping by.

  3. Retreat projects can add up to lots of yardage used...enjoy your getaway!

    1. I sure hope so! Take a look at Monday's post to see what I have planned.

      Have a great week!

  4. Yippee! Feels good, doesn't it, especially to have Easy Street done.
    I need the sewing brownies to visit. I'm trying to sew together a top that is all 2" squares or triangle squares. Ugh! A pin every two inches on a bed-sized top takes a lot of time and pins.
    Have a great time next week! Sharon B in Franklin

  5. you look familiar... did I meet you in Houston with my sister Patti?? LeeAnna at not afraid of color


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