Sunday Stash Report, February 27, 2011

Don't have too much going on in my Sewing Room, but lots of hand sewing accumulating...  Okay, DH bring on the Netflix I'm ready!

Denim Quilt 1 (there are two more being quilted yet).  See the label?  How neat is that to find!  The navy stripe really looks good as the back and binding with the denim.

This is my first UFO completion with the BAE Systems Quilters 2011 UFO Challenge.  I'll be working on the binding of  this one first.  Tomorrow is it's deadline.  Don't you love the quilting?
Remember Krimson Khat?  I just got this one back from Kerry yesterday.  Can't wait to get started on this Big Red quilt!  The red thread and the "dove" quilting pattern really look fabulous.

I only had a little used this week.  The used went for the back of the UFO and the four blocks for Sunshine Quilt Guild's BOM for March that I finished (I'll show you these tomorrow from my design wall).  So now to report my stash after two months of 2011.

Used this week: 1.75 yards
Used YTD: 54.75 yards
Purchased this week: 0 yards
Purchased YTD: 6.25 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2011: 48.5 yards

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Kathie said...

You are going to be busy with all those bindings thats for sure. Love the red in that quilt.

Rabid Quilter from California said...

Aren't red and white quilts great?! They always look beautiful and make a statement. Good job!

Beth said...

Allof the quilts look fantastic. Beautiful quilting too!
I am very impressed with your stash report. You are doing so well.
Great job!

Kerry's Quilting said...

Have fun with all the bindings! Will be fun to do tonight while you watch the Academy Awards. I know you will have them finished in no time. Looking forward to your Design Wall tomorrow!

Betty said...

DH will love to have your company. The quilts are beautiful. Your lap will certainly be full of weight when you start binding the blue jean quilt. Look forward to seeing the whole quilts when finished.

Gail said...

Your red quilt is luscious and that was a pretty cute idea using the pocket on the denim quilt.

Gail :)