Sunday Stash Report, March 8, 2015

Kaubki
March 2015 UFO
54" x 54"
Introducing Kabuki!  This is my March UFO.  It sure goes by fast when most of the cutting and some of the work is already started...  Kabuki is a FREE pattern available from Bonnie Hunter on her Quiltville.com website.  The design is called Dancing Nine Patch!  Nice to have it done so I can do more on Korners.
Korners
2015 UFO
 Korners is also a UFO for 2015 that has not been announced to work on yet.  Knowing how much is involved with the pattern (also by Bonnie Hunter called Winston Ways); I want to get far in to it.  Being it's only the first few days of March, I may just finish it this month.  Above and below photos were taken when I last touched the project.  I have all day today to work on it so we'll see how much further I can get.
I did spend some time this week drafting up a strong possible design finish for my Bella Bella Medallion.  I will have more on this tomorrow.  Hope you have time to stop by again.

Now drum roll please...

Used this week: 8 yards
Used YTD: 69.25 yards
Purchased this week:  0 yards
Purchased YTD: 34.25 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2015:  35 yards

I hope that you have a lovely Sunday.  See how others are using their stash through the links at patchworktimes.com.


6 comments:

Jennifer said...

Wow, that was a fast finish! Looks like you'll have another one before too long :)

Nancy J said...

lovely bright 9 patch, and when they are cut out already, a bonus for stitching up together.

1000needles.com said...

the tops look great! Congrats on getting the top done!

Kalicocreations said...

Yay! Eight yards out. I love both of the quilts you showed. I made one of the dancing 9's also. I had nine patches already made and just needed to sash them. quick and easy finish :-)

Dar said...

WOW, 8 yards out is great!! I like your Winston Ways quilts from Bonnie's pattern. That won't take you long to finish the top at the rate you sew.

Betty said...

Kaubki is also a nice one, like the border, it really sets it off. You get so many quilts finished, hard to attempt to keep up with you.