Sunday Stash Report, July 19, 2020

Krispin is complete!  Yippee another UFO from 2019 finished.  This project had me using a new stitch on my Pfaff that otherwise would have continued to be just one more stitch the machine offered unused =^.^=  Krispin will be headed to Kerry's Quilting this week along with the January 2017 BOM Win from UFO 2020 list (project #7) that became two charity quilts.

Mom sent fabrics from her stash for the backs.  The nautical one is my favorite. 
Two other fabrics large enough for backs came from Mom as well.  I think the patriotic batik was mine to begin with LOL.

The mail also brought the last of the tools ordered for Lori Holt projects that are in my queue.  There are three projects now of Lori Holt's so they will get use.  The long awaited 1 inch and 3/8 inch bias tape makers and the turning tool she says is her favorite.
For my friend Bonnie, I completed a project she was stalled on.  It is a panel of flowers and humming birds that she was outline quilting.  It is ready for binding now, but Bonnie will see this part through.

So turn the numbers to account for the finish of Krispin...a whopping 1.25 yards!  Another 2019 UFO will begin this week; #4 Nines in Blue by Pam Buda.

Used this week:  1.25 yards
Used YTD:  82.75 yards
Purchased this week:  0 yards
Purchased YTD:  14 yards
Net used in 2020: 68.75 yards
My Great Nephew Greyson goes in tomorrow morning at 7am eastern for Open Heart Surgery to repair two parts there that are not as they should be.  It is very scary, but a procedure that isn't too uncommon for the surgeons.  It will be a long day for our families.  Keep this strong little guy in your thoughts and prayers.

1 comment: said...

Krispin is lovely, getting a lot of experience on applique. Yes, we will all be praying very hard for Greyson