Sunday Stash Report, November 25, 2012

Easy Street Part 1
Today I'll spend most of my time on Easy Street Part 1.  I have made a bunch of twosies already, but I'm certain that I'll need at least as many as I've made more...  Going to be a busy day making 4-Patches.  Bonnie Hunter's annual mystery will keep me busy for the next several weeks.  If you want to join in on the fun go to her website for the parts each week on Friday's.  You can find a link to her site on the right side of my page.  We had company on Friday and Saturday so little time to sew until today.


I gifted DH's brother with Kobalt.  I gave him a bunch of quilts to choose from for his birthday.  It was a tough decision for him.  As soon as he saw Kobalt he knew it was the one he wanted.  Kobalt is a pattern called Blueberry Pie, from American Patchwork and Quilting June 2007.  Happy Birthday Don!


I finished putting the binding on Knickels.  I'm excited with this quilt.  It's one by Pat Speth called Dawn to Dusk from her book More Knickel Quilts.

Karen's Knines
I have a good report this week.  Karen's Knines is complete.  I'm going to have to get my quilt rack out to take a photo of this quilt.  As I have mentioned this quilt is a big one!  I did purchase the back fabric so that's the add, but it's off again in part of the 20 yards that it took to make.  Bonnie Hunter's Sisters Nine Patch is in her book Adventures with Leaders and Enders.

Used this week: 20  yards
Used YTD: 290 yards

Purchased this week: 9.25 yards
Purchased YTD: 144.5 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2012: 145.5 yards


betty said...

I think Don picked a good one. Isn't he lucky?
Knickels is really nice, love the border. Karen's Knines is huge. I know you will be busy today, making that machine hum......

Suzanne said...

Your numbers are great!

Teresa in Music City said...

All beautiful projects! I'm planning to start on Easy Street tonight and hope to get at least a few 9-patches sewn up. Maybe do a good bit more at my weekly sit-n-sew tomorrow :*)

Janet O. said...

I have no doubt you will keep up with Bonnie's mystery.
What a lucky brother-in-law, to get a quilt for his birthday. I really like that Pat Speth design.