Sunday Stash Report, November 13, 2011

Here we are the middle of November already.  Where does all the time go?  Before you know it we'll be bringing in New Year's 2012!

Last week was Sunshine Quilt Guild monthly meeting.  This was the block of the month up for some lucky participant to win.  I was hoping it would be me.  There were perhaps 30 blocks made that the winner would take home.  Each and every one different; some embellished.  I didn't win, but fortunately for me I should get a chance to see the blocks made into a quilt because Kerry won them.  Lucky her!

Did you have a chance to participate in the Quiltmaker 100 Blocks Volume 4 Blog Tour?  I did and won a copy of the special issue.  The magazine will be available on bookshelves on Tuesday, 11/15.  Be certain to pick up one.  As in volumes before this issue it is filled with 100 block designs from as many different designers.  This year's volume has several different layouts...and the tour had all sorts of prizes to win by visiting the designers between Monday, 11/7 and Friday, 11/11. 

No activity using up stash this week.  I've been working on a surprise gift this week...can't give it away just yet!

Used this week: 0 yards
Used YTD: 229.25 yards
Purchased this week: 0 yards
Purchased YTD: 111.75 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2011: 117.5 yards

Kolonial (Bonnie Hunter's Jamestown Landing)

I have also included photos taken of Kolonial and Kondor's Klutch not draped over a chair.  This way you can see the pattern design of both.  Thanks again Bonnie for a wonderful pattern.

Kondor's Klutch (Bonnie Hunter's Hawk's Nest)


SpinningStar said...

Great usage an the tree block was wonderful - excellent background.

Kathie said...

Love the tree block, very pretty.

Jennifer said...

The tree block and both of your finished quilts are great and your stash usage ytd is impressive!

krisgray said...

Lovely quilts!!!

Janet O. said...

I can see why you would want those tree blocks. I can think of several ways to use them.
Your finished quilts are just gorgeous. Good for you!!

Betty said...

I really like the tree block, like to have the pattern. Your quilt is beautiful, one more for your collection of beautiful quilts.