Sunday Stash Report, May 10, 2015

First My Mother...Forever My Friend.  Counting down the days until we are together again, less than 20 now.  Love you Mom...

I made two of these this week.  It's tiny finishing at 16" x 16".  The first one finished was my May UFO.  I liked it so much and the 2 1/2" squares are so readily available that a second one was made.  It will make a good gift.  The pattern is called Tiny Treasures #582 by Sandy Gervais.

I have a new binding project to work on this week.  The full size Krazy Kookoos is ready for rick rack (flower stems) to be sewn into place, green buttons added to the whites of the birds eyes, and of course the binding/sleeve/label to be put down.  The rick rack portion will take the longest.  There are 17 blocks of flower stems and eyes to secure.  The rick rack goes up and arcs around in front of the bird.  So that you can get an idea of that placement I'll share Krazy Kookoos 2 which finished first.  It is so cute!
Yardage for the two Tiny Treasures projects is claimed today and no purchases!  A good stash busting week...  If you have time go back a few blog posts of mine to see projects just finished this week.  Enjoy your week.

Used this week:  3 yard
Used YTD:  120 yards
Purchased this week:  0 yards
Purchased YTD:  64.25
Net Fabric Used in 2015:  55.75 yards


Nancy J said...

Rick-rack, that was so in fashion many=== many years ago, and to see it in quilting is fabulous. Love the way you have it curled round.

Janet O. said...

Very fun little quilts, Sandi!
Your Mom and I really will be trading sides of the country to visit daughters. : )

Betty said...

counting down the days until we will be together. Tiny Treasures is really sweet, very festive. Krazy Kookoos will be done in no time, you can finish it up with the hand sewing during TWTS.

Scooquilt said...

Great stash numbers! I really do like Tiny Treasures. Great for Christmas scraps.