Stash Reports Week #13/March Recap

Knitting Stats
Last Week: 57,964 yards/305 skeins
Knitted: 215 yards/1 skein
Purchased: 0 yards/0 skein
Destashed: 3397 yards/16 skeins
Ending Stash: 54,352 yards/288 skeins
Spending YTD: $204.32

Sewing Stats
Fabric In: 7.36 yards
Fabric Out: 2.22 yards
Net Fabric: +5.14 yards
Fabric YTD: +31.63 yards
Spending YTD: $469.34

1 yard pieces and a stripe remnant
2 yards for backing for Kidney Beans

FQs, 1/2 yard of top fabric(evidently I love that print, 2 different purchases! 🤣), 1 yard of top fabric Tula Pink

In: 4.36 yards of fabric and thread from Always In Stitches. I have got to stop buying fabric! I’m a broken record! Didn’t work, 3 yards of fabric from Not Your Average Quilter.


Out: Yarn for Kindling Season and Afghan Square, fabric for Kidney Beans, Grandma’s Choice, and Prairie Dog


FOs: Prairie Dog , Kindling Season, Afghan Square

  1. UFO Challenge: Finish quilting Irish Eyes Extra Done
  2. March Knitting Challenge: Kindling Season Done
  3. Sewing Challenge: Kidney Bean Top Done
  4. Carryover: February Knitting Challenge Block #17 & #18, Block 19 started. Done
  5. 12 Hats Challenge: Pacers Beanie Done
  6. 12 Cowls Challenge: Maenporth cast on
  7. Mystery BOM March: Done
  8. Guild BOM April: Done
  9. March OMG: Quilt Whirly Green Done
  10. DrEAMi #1 : Elm Street Quilts Hand Pieced QAL Top Done
  11. Charity Challenge: Little Dresses for Africa Done
  12. New Challenge: Charity Hat-Done
  13. DrEAMi #2: Prairie Dog Done!

As you can see my March list was successful. Hopefully I can catch up on the knitting side of it. The final numbers for stashes and stitching are:

Knitting recap:

Sewing recap:

Stitching Stat: Still at 99% for the year.

Linking with:
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13 thoughts on “Stash Reports Week #13/March Recap

  1. Kate says:

    The not buying fabric thing is hard, it’s just like going on a diet. Hope April is better. All your other stats look great. Thanks for linking up with 15 minutes to stitch this week.

  2. quiltpaintcreate says:

    I’ve found the only way to not buy fabric is to stay out of the shops and unsubscribe from the email notices for sales. You do use quite a bit of fabric and yarn. Maybe a more reasonable goal is to break even.

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