Sunday Stash Report, March 17, 2013

Happy St. Patrick's Day!  I'd forgotten until just hours ago that I'd never taken Patrick out of the closet to help us celebrate this day.  Hope you have a lucky day.  I'm planning on something Irish for dinner...just what is yet to be discovered!

Khambray is done.  I was able to finish it yesterday and it's now in Kerry's Quilting queue.  I found a little trouble with Cathy Wiersbicki's pattern when it came to the outside border.  I found the top and bottom didn't need the 3" cut from each end as directed and the side borders were about 7" short.  I checked all my seams and everything measured right.  Fortunately I had enough scrappy fabrics left to make it all work.  Teal YLI thread is planned, a goldish black for Sew Batik, and a feathery looking quilting pattern called Exquisite will be used.  I've got a stripe in teal and gold that will be used for the binding when the time comes.  So today I have yardage to input to the "USED" statistic!
Khambray, March 2013 UFO, 85" x 97.5"
 I've also got lots of binding to do.  These three are all at the half binding stage awaiting their turn.  Do you recognize any of them?  I'll share a full frontal when their finished.

These are the last three Ornaments to be finished.  Kerry quilted them up yesterday.  I plan red binding for each of them.  

Here's the numbers for this lucky day!

Used this week:  20.25 yards
Used YTD:  92.25 yards
Purchased this week:  0 yards
Purchased YTD:  26.25 yards
Net Fabric Used in 2013:  66 yards


Angie in SoCal said...

All lovely projects - love that first one! I recognized the pumpkin quilt. Wow, you're almost at my goal for the year! Wowzers.

Janet O. said...

Khambray is rich and lovely looking! Great job--glad it worked out in spite of the problems.
I recognize all of those quilts awaiting binding.
Your little ornaments are very cute. Fun to get Christmas things ready ahead of time.

Betty said...

8640Khambray is really nice, glad that you had extra fabric to bring it all together. I get three stars, lol, lol, I reconize all three quilts.

Lyndsey said...

I love Khambray and the quilt waiting for binding look great. Those ornaments are really cute.