Stash Reports Week #13

Knitting Stats
Last Week: 54,656 yards/286 skeins
Knitted: 30 yards/0 skeins
Purchased: 0 yards/0 skeins
Ending Stash: 54,626 yards/286 skeins
Spending YTD: $42.46

In: Nothing

Out: Expeditious Shawl still on the needles

Sewing Stats
Fabric In: +0 yards
Fabric Out: -5.11 yards
Net Fabric: -5.11 yards
Fabric YTD: +20.72 yards
Spending YTD: $569.92

In: Nothing!!! I was tempted, but after spending $750 at the grocery this month*, I can’t justify more fabric. Seriously, I only gained 2 extra in the house, BioGirl had to leave school, and then Corona Virus moved in!


Out: HSTs leftovers from Frolic, Blocks 7 & 8 for Laundry Basket, 6 Harmony Blocks for Willow QAL, and Round 2, Pinwheels, for Corona Round Robin.

FO’s: 22 Face Masks for a neighbor’s work. And a Pizookie from BJ’s Brewhouse. I finished that thing off in a nanosecond!

7/7 Week
80/88 YTD

March Goals

  1. Wedding Topper #7 Baskets
  2. Wedding Topper #8 Contrary Wife 
  3. Wedding Topper #9 Mosaic 
  4. Mudsocks Guild BOM
  5. Expeditious Shawl /
  6. UFO Challenge #11 Happy Holiday
  7. Quilt Granny Peacock!!!
  8. February Squirrels-Shibori Weave /
  9. Little Dresses for Africa- 3 done!
  10. Quilt Disappearing 9 Patch
  11. Moda Blockheads
  12. Quilts Plus BOM
  13. Teach Zippered Pouch class for guild The guild cancelled it due to Corona scare X
  14. Baby quilt for my Great-Niece /
  15. Squirrel: Open Wide Zippered Pouch
  16. Squirrels: Beaded Stitch Markers
  17. Squirrel: Ear Bud Case
  18. Squirrel: Small Zipper Pouch
  19. Squirrel: Redbird
  20. Squirrel: Smaller Zipper Pouch
  21. Squirrel: Willow QAL /
  22. Squirrel: Corona Round Robin /
  23. Squirrel: Laundry Basket Mystery QAL /
  24. Squirrel: Face Masks for area health care workers.

√ Done / In Progress X Not Done

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*Normal spending for the 2 of us is $450 a month on all dining/food/household goods

15 thoughts on “Stash Reports Week #13

  1. Wow, you did great on the masks! And I love your how Corona round robin is developing, too. I hope you didn’t mean that someone in your house has the virus. Hoping not!

    1. Nope, no one here. And I just learned of the first person I “know” of to actually have the virus. So it’s kind of weird to be told how communicable this is to everyone, when there are so few cases in my neck of the woods and I only know of 1 person to have it, who likely got it from work because several of his coworkers were in Boston at a conference. And he is not severe or hospitalized, nor have his family tested positive. I have heard it’s very communicable in close confines for extended periods of time. Hard to know what to believe when there’s so many supposed “experts” saying different things. > >

  2. You had a good week on the stash and stitching fronts. Hope this week is as good. How did Biogirl do on her defense? Those are stressful enough and with having to do it from home via video had to be even worse.

    1. Thanks, the fabric is going out quickly right now. BioGirl passed with high praise from the hardest committee member. We were able to listen in on her dissertation through Microsoft Teams? Didn’t understand 1 bit of it!! LOL. But we are so proud of her accomplishments. > >

    1. Only if you feel like speeding! I actually put the brakes on today. But then I am in the middle of a round trip mercy call. Brought my sister’s car and dogs down to her at my parent’s house. They left Florida yesterday.


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