Sunday Stash Report, January 12, 2020

My first adds for 2020.  The fabrics on  the right are for Kavort (Bonnie Hunter's Frolic 2019 Winter Mystery).  I needed the raspberry fabric to continue and the aquas were too hard to pass up.  My niece has these colors in her nursery and there will definitely be a quilt coming from Great Aunt Sandi to be made.  The fabrics to the left are in part what will be needed for one of the classes that I am enrolled in at Road to California that happens in a couple of weeks.  Six yards for backing of the three UFOs

Used this week:  10 yards
Used YTD:  10 yards
Purchased this week:  5 yards
Purchased YTD:  5 yards
Net used in 2020: 5 yards

I have the UFO from Mom #2 complete now.  This will be in the mail shortly to Kerry along with the UFO from Mom #1.
This one is the UFO from the Flying Geese demonstration parts that I gave at Sunshine Quilt Guild a few years back.  It has finish smaller than I would have liked but have no more fabric except the background to do more with.  I am trying to piece together enough of the green for the binding.

I was also able to get complete through Part 7 of Kavort.  We had DH's brother and sister-in-law over the weekend visiting so Part 8 didn't get a chance.  That will be rectified tomorrow, at least in part.  Come back and see how much was done along with the units of Part 7.

Sunshine Quilt Guild Monthly Meeting is Tuesday night.  Looking forward to it!  Pam Hadfield has a Trunk Show and her Dresden Runner Workshop that will take place on Saturday.  Until the next time enjoy your sewing!

1 comment:

Betty said...

The two ufos turned out nice, you differently know how to use any size scraps or orphaned blocks. Nice choice of fabrics for your up coming projects.