Sunday Stash Report, February 21, 2016

I am back to working on Kaffe Kisses.  These units were the last of them to assemble.  Next up is the trimming and sewing on of the black/white melon.  There has been no progress on the wall since it was last shown.

That should change soon.

Kalvery Month 2 will be cut out today.  My plan is to finish my second BOM that I'm putting together with Kerry before the day is out.

I do have a change to my stash stats this week.  Konstellation and Krown was finish during the week my February UFO with  I am anxious to see a change in my net.  It is time to get out of the red from all my purchases in January.

Used this week:  4.75 yards
Used YTD:  29.75 yards
Purchased this week:  0 yards
Purchased YTD:  33 yards
Net used in 2016: -3.25 yards


Betty said...

Kaffe Kisses is coming to shape, this is different from most of your quilts, I like it a lot. Kalvery is ready for action, I like the fabrics that you picked, looks really civil war types? Your stash report will change and you pretty much have the all the fabrics you need to finish up your projects. Great job.

Nancy J said...

I agree with Betty, the fabrics for Kalvery are so fitting for the name and design. And the kisses, those look like lots of fine piecing and matching up seams. Lovely fabrics there too.

Scooquilt said...

I like Kaffe Kisses. Good work on your Stash, you and I are in about the same place. Sew on!

Joy D said...

Kaffe Kisses is looking great. I love Konstellation and Krown. I think it is specifically the brighter shades of the reds and blues. The blue binding will be the perfect finishing touch for it. And did you finish cutting out Kalvary? I guess we will see tomorrow...Have a blessed week!

Janet O. said...

What a bunch of eye candy you have there in Kaffe Kisses!
I am really loving the warm look of the fabrics for Kalvery.
And a red/white/blue combo is always a winner. Great work, Sandi!

Dar said...

Kaffe Kisses is really turning out beautifully. Love how the colors seem to sparkle and move on the design wall as you look at it. Great work on keeping your stash in check.