Sunday Stash Report, May 28, 2017

Kanton Kull finished in this photo through Chapter 9.

All of the units are sewn that were part of this chapter's work.

Kanton Kull with its next chapter in full production.  I really like the Shoo-Fly Border.  I don't have it sewn on yet, but getting very anxious to see how the next borders are looking with whole project.  I'm working on the units now.

Used this week:  0 yards
Used YTD: 52.25 yards
Purchased this week:  0 yards
Purchased YTD:  19.5 yards
Net used in 2017:  32.75 yards

Nothing to change my counts this week.  I am getting close to a finish with Kanton Kull (aka A Prairie Gathering by Pam Buda).

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Thank goodness we've made it to the middle of the week.  All down hill from here and I certainly hope it comes quick...  Monday is Memorial Day; a holiday day for me.  With Friday of that week an off Friday...  A very short week with many taking PTO.  Next week should be an easy week.

So I wanted to take time to gather all the swaps to show what lovely blocks the Aqua/Blue Swap brought each of the participants.  I will be getting Mary's in the mail before the week is out.  Everyone else will get their portion of the swap when next I see them.
Debbie A
Debra B
Bonnie Sue





As you can see there is a lot of variety...the goal has been met!  I will be sort through these tonight.

I am working away on Kanton Kull.  This is Chapter 9 in work.  The Nine-Patch Border was this round along with stitching more of the Shoo-Fly Blocks, Large Triangle Sawtooth Border, and Friend Star Border units.

Until next time...happy sewing.

Design Wall Monday, May 22, 2017

Chapter 8 is nearly complete.  I have the dark red 2" solid border to stitch yet.

This chapter had me stitching all of the Four-Patch Border units together.  It is the ones on the top left.  Also put together more of the unis for the Large Triangle Sawtooth Border...with many still yet to go in chapters to come yet.  Finally the first time touching Ohio Star block.  These first units are for the Odds & Ends units.

Above is Debra's blocks.  Good to get more on the light side of the aqua and blue.  Without a lot of checking I have only noticed a couple of fabrics repeated between the participants.

These are from Debbie.  Her DH was nice enough to get them to me on the due date.  Debbie's have a great batik in the strips in my opinion!

Hoping the rest of your week is perfect =^.^=