Sunday Stash Report, October 17, 2010

Rain here today in San Diego. Well for us it is! Not much more than a heavy drizzle, but enough for us to call it rain. Was about to go for my daily exercise, but I'll melt! Instead I'll wait a little later in the day. In the meantime here's my report...

I was able to sew four exchange blocks and the three Any Witch Way kits have been assembled (Mom's is finished to the quilting). This yardage will all be claimed this Sunday. Let me show you some pictures...This one is Sue's 2010 Block Exchange with BAE Systems Quilters. A paper pieced Morning Glory from a free pattern she wanted us to make for her. It can be found at It is a 4" block that will be added to a 2010 Row Quilt Exchange that she did with Sunshine Quilt Guild. This block is the Maple Leaf block from the Scattered Leaves pattern in the October 2009 American Patchwork and Quilting magazine. Carol organized this October 2010 Sunshine Quilters Guild BOM Exchange.This block is the Pinwheel block from the Windblown Posies quilt pattern by Pat Sloan introducing the Chelsea Lane fabric collection by and Textiles. It is also a free pattern. Peg organized this November 2010 Sunshine Quilters Guild BOM Exchange.

The final block I finished is a block from the Inching Along pattern by Lynda Milligan and Nancy Smith featured in the November/December 2008 Quiltmaker Magazine. It's been made for Christie who is the exiting President from Canyon Quilters. Members who participate are to make a basket block in the bold end of the French color spectrum.

I plan to work today on the last exchange block that's due in three weeks. I'll also be spending time on my Kollette quilt project. Here's my report...

Used this week: 11.75 yards
Used YTD: 102.5 yards
Purchased this week: 0 yards
Purchased YTD: 6.75 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2010: 97.25 yards

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1 comment:

Kathie said...

Nice blocks. Yes the same amount used this last week. I probably won't have a lot of yardage used this week as I already have a couple of things partially done (and fabric counted) that I will be working on. Guess I better not hit the fabric stores.