Stash Reports Week #19

Knitting Stats
Last Week: 54,572 yards/286 skeins
Knitted: 32 yards/0 skeins
Purchased: 0 yards/0 skeins
Ending Stash: 54,540 yards/286 skeins
Spending YTD: $42.46

In: Nothing again

Out: Barely anything, I do more ripping than new knitting!

Sewing Stats
Fabric In: +4 yards
Fabric Out: -2.77 yards
Net Fabric: +1.23 yards
Fabric YTD: +16.67 yards
Spending YTD: $784.91

Winter

In: Ordered fabric from Winter Creek Cloth, great service and wonderful fabrics! I didn’t buy with any idea in mind, just saw things I like and bought a yard. I needed to support a business with my dollars, so I got great fabric at a good price. Likely will be bag exteriors and whatnot. I also had to go out to get some thread for top stitching and zippers for the bags in process. My current supplier is closed due to the virus shutdown.

Out: Finished Hope Blocks for Willow, still behind on the finish, made blanks for a zippered pouch, didn’t have the right color zipper, finished my star blocks and got them attached to the top, Moda weekly block #17, 1st wedding topper of the month pieced, and 4 mini blocks for a small runner were pieced and the top is sandwiched ready to quilt.

FO’s: 2 masks each for my Mom and MIL, but I did call my sister and tell her the masks  really aren’t fail safe*. 2 pouches were made this week, 1 for a gift, 1 for fun and future giving. I seem to be collecting these extra pouches I don’t need!


7/7 Week
121/130 YTD

Some May goals have already been accomplished!

May Goals

  1. UFO Challenge, #12 Charity Quilt 9 Patch /
  2. Wedding Topper: Flying Geese /
  3. Wedding Topper: Baseball Diamonds
  4. Wedding Topper: Double Irish Chain
  5. Wedding Topper: Patches
  6. Mudsocks BOM
  7. Quilts Plus BOM Still closed to group events
  8. Moda Blockhead BOW
  9. Knitting: Finish that Shawl! /
  10. Muh-Muh-Muh-My Corona: Finish last round /
  11.  Willow QAL: Finish blocks /
  12. Squirrel: Retreat Bag
  13. Squirrel: Open Wide Pouch
  14. Squirrel: Mini Safe Keeping Runner /

√ Done / In Progress X Not Done

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* Some Drs say they will not keep you from getting infected, and can cause issues with compromised lungs, which Mom/MIL have. An ill-fitting mask will not prevent infection, I prefer they stay in. But, this world will never be rid of viruses and accidents, trying to mitigate them will rule your life. There’s a point where risk/reward has to be addressed by each individual. YMMV, we make decisions based on our situations.

17 thoughts on “Stash Reports Week #19

  1. You had a really great week on the stitching front! That teal bag turned out beautifully. Hope this week is as good.

    1. Thanks! I may not get as much done this week since I will be trying to eat out at all my favorite restaurants now that they are allowed to open, albeit 50% capacity. I may have long waits to get in the door!! I love that bag, now I need to decide what home decor fabrics I want to use to make the large version for myself. > >

  2. I love that paisley fabric that you show I think I love anything paisley – leftover love from the 70’s perhaps LOL

  3. I love little bags and pouches. A funny story…. when my Dad passed away, we did a Hawaiian theme because he wore Hawaiian shirts all the time. When Mom passed, we did a pink theme for the memorial because she loved pink. I asked my daughter what the theme would be for my memorial and she said….wait for it…. Bags. LOL So, I am the bag lady. I’m not sure how she is going to pull that one off, but that was her idea. LOL

    1. But that Fabric In report is never NOTHING!!! And don’t think I am not tempted by yarn, it’s just that I know I have so much to use up before I should buy more. Wait, why isn’t that thought working for the fabric? LOL > >

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