Sunday Stash Report, August 14, 2016

Added Stash 1
There was some purposeful shopping going on yesterday.  Kerry and I took a trip to Rosie's for reproduction fabrics.  I needed to find a red for Kalvery to get it moving along again.  I had hoped to use a red print that I had, but just not enough to do the job.  You can imagine my excitement to find more of the same print!  I thought I'd picked up the fabric from the now closed Fat Quarters in Vista, CA.  Either I did or not didn't matter as Rosie came to my rescue =^.^=  You best believe I got enough for any eventuality!  I have decided Kalvery will be my UFO completion for August.  I have a trip planned to my parents home later this month where I'll raid my Mom's stash building my original UFO for the month.

Added Stash 2
More reproduction fabrics were were acquired from Rosie's for Kloggs.  Kloggs was the original UFO for August.  I'll make headway on it this month for certain.  This will be the first of two king size quilts that will run across my Phaff in the coming months.  I had intended to make this a smaller project, but the pattern included king size directions (102" x 120").  This being the case it was meant to be for one of the two projects.  There will be more on Kloggs once Kalvery finishes.

Along came my third and last (for the time-being) Quilty Box.  This stash isn't quilt fabrics in my opinion so I won't add it to my counts.  The are a denim intended for more crafty type projects.  The "Box" came with matching heavy weight thread, denim sewing machine needles, and two patterns.  I think I'll take this with me when I travel so Mom can assist with the making...she is the crafty one!

Used this week:  0 yards
Used YTD:  121 yards
Purchased this week:  4.5 yards
Purchased YTD:  87.5 yards
Net used in 2016:  33.5 yards

So lots to add, but soon to be used this week.  Do you realize there are only 40 days until Fall officially starts?  See others using their stash through the links at Patchwork Times.  Enjoy your week!


Scooquilt said...

How lucky to find that fabric! Your numbers will be great when you finish those quilts.

Janet O. said...

Kalvery is absolutely stunning--I've probably said that before. : )
And I am loving the looks of your upcoming projects.
As soon as you said the fabric in the Quilty box was not really for quilting, I immediately thought you should take it to your Mom. How fun that you get to visit her soon!