Sunday Stash Report, April 29, 2012


My April UFO is complete.  This is Kommodore designed by Judy Laquidara; her Indigo.  Judy has it offered for free on her website if you want one of your very own.  I didn't put the last border on to keep it a bit smaller.  I'll follow her idea with the coloring and use the red violet or the medium purple for the binding.  The fabric below came from Kerry's stash.  It looks a bit pink here but it does work well so I'm planning on using it.  In looking through the stash of quilting threads a variegated green looked like it might be a winner for the quilting.  Bring on May's UFO!


Let me introduce you to Kruizer!  I was so excited to have him complete during the class.  He's got silver paw print buttons holding up his britches.  There were ten of us in the class which made for a full house in the cozy class space at Country Loft in La Mesa, CA.  Several were working on other dolls during the day.  That's a nice thing about JoAnn the instructor.  She makes it so easy to make one of her dolls.


It's still early yet in San Diego giving me plenty of time to complete Quilt Square #4 of Lori Smith's design from Quilt Square Pattern #1.  This project is also a monthly one that needs to be done before tomorrow is out.  If you want to join in on the fun of the Quilt Square Quilt Along check out Jo's Country Junction to see what everyone else creates.


So my stash report is pretty good today.  I've got the fabric to count for Kommodore and thanks to Kerry nothing to report as purchased!

Used this week: 11.75 yards
Used YTD: 118.25 yards
Purchased this week: 0 yards
Purchased YTD: 32.25 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2012: 86 yards


5 comments:

ANudge said...

Very impressive numbers! Kruizer is cute and your quilt is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

Dar said...

You've been one busy lady. Love your quilt and the doll is very cute. Nice stash numbers too.

Bonnie said...

Your quilt is beautiful - love the colors you chose.

JCnNC said...

Wow on Kruizer and your quilt - both gorgeous. JudyCnNC

Chris said...

Lovely quilt. Hey! I'm in San Diego also. It really is paradise isn't it.