Sunday Stash Report, October 19, 2014


My fabric stash statistics took a little plunge this week to have the right fabrics to finish Scrap Crystals (yet to be named...).  I've been busy with Bonnie Hunter as my house guest as well as the Sunshine Guild Meeting, and two workshops through Sunshine Quilt Guild that I attended.  Since my workshop blocks are on my "wall" you will need to return tomorrow to hear all about them.


The commotion of the week concluded on Thursday evening after a fond farewell to my friend.  She was sure happy to be returning home from a hectic week of lectures and workshops.  Three lectures and five workshops; all of which were pretty much back to back to back.  Bonnie is such a pleasure to be around. Her next lecture and workshops are in Texas and then it's off on a working cruise with five other teachers on the Caribbean.  What a life!

Kolumbia

Kaktus
Early on in the week I finished Kolumbia and Saturday I finished Kaktus.  Don't you just love the quilting?  No matter the quilting design Kerry has a way with her quilting that I'm never disappointed with.  I can't wait for the next one to finish...bring on the binding!


Thursday evening brought the first Midnight Flight Swap package.  Elizabeth takes the honor of being first this swap.  The turn in date isn't until November 30th, but sending them in when you finish is just fine.

Return for Design Wall Monday...my "wall" awaits you!  Check out other quilters through the links at Patchwork Times.

Used this week:  0 yards
Used YTD: 176.75 yards
Purchased this week:  6.75 yards
Purchased YTD: 154.75 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2014:  22 yards

2 comments:

Betty said...

141Two lovely quilts, hard to pick the one I like best. However, I am leaning toward Kaktus. Ugh, look at that border. Great job. Glad that you enjoyed your house guest. Busy lady with a fabulous personality.

Janet O. said...

I wondered if you were hosting Bonnie again. Have you figured out her secret for nonstop energy? : )
The quilts look great!
I love the Midnight Flight pattern. Look forward to seeing that come together.