Sunday Stash Report, March 11, 2012

Lots of sewing going on in my sewing room.  I have several projects oh so close to completion and the elusive ability to report something used.



I've been working steadily on my 2012 March UFO, Konnections to Kollinwood.  This one is assembled in columns which is a bit different.  I have the pieced border to get started on yet.  This is a free pattern by Judy Laquidara called Road to Brownwood that can be found on her website.


I'm ready to make a decision on one of the three fabrics you see on the left.  These are my blocks from the Chunky Churndashes block swap just finished.  One of the three fabrics along with the white squares make an hour glass block.  This is a free pattern by Bonnie Hunter that can be found on her website.  I'll be calling my quilt Klunky Korners thanks to a great suggestion!


I have started the next block swap with an end of June completion.  There are 18 of us swapping 9-Patch blocks for the Bonnie Hunter pattern Crabapple.  You will be hearing more on this in coming days.

I'm also close to having Kordova Klosure done.  It's actually done up to the pattern as was released, but I'm making it a bit bigger.  I'll have pictures tomorrow.


So you can see I'm creeping ever closer to reporting a usage.  I was good not to make any purchases this week too.  The net result is two big zeros.

Used this week: 0 yards
Used YTD: 46 yards
Purchased this week: 0 yards
Purchased YTD: 22 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2012: 24 yards


Have fun sewing this week!

3 comments:

Kathie said...

Wow, I love the green and purple color combo

Janet O. said...

You and Kerry have each posted a green and purple quilt--one of my fav color combos. Very unique pattern. I like it.
Hey, I think I am the one who suggested Klunky Korners. : )
Congrats on the willpower to not purchase. Let me know how you do that!

betty said...

What a great quilt, love your color selection (as usual) You will for sure pick the right combination for Chunky Churdash