Sunday, January 25, 2015

Stash Report Sunday, January 25, 2015


Fabric In: 1 yard
Fabric In January: 3 yards 
Fabric In YTD: yards
Fabric Out: yards 
Fabric Out January: 5.yards
Fabric Out 2014: 5.yards
Stash Reduction: 1.5 yards
can't report all the fabric I have used because nothing was finished.  DD#1 got an automatic Go! and a 10" die. Tuesday, I had loads of fun cutting 15 yards of fabric into squares. Lots of layer cake possibilities! In no time flat and with no hurting arm.
      I see lots of trips to DD#1's house with lots of unloved fabrics being cut into kits for log cabins, 2 1/2" strips, tumbler (both sizes), and drunkards path (both sizes again)! Lots of kits being made!
From January 4th post:
2015 is going to be a year of finishes for me. Each month I will pick a UFO to finish and a kitted project to bring to top stage. This month the UFO is Charlotte Angotti #1 Gone Wrong which needs a binding if DH lets it off the bed. The Kitted Project is BHMQGI where I have 4 blocks made.   
Update January 25, 2015:
     DH, finally, agreed Friday to let me take CA#1GW off the bed to put the binding on. So off to the LQS I went to find a binding fabric. The piece I had from stash went AWOL. I will sew it on and work on it this week.
      The BHMQGI is progressing well. I have finished the middle and added the first yellow border. I am now working on the pieced borders. Hopefully, it will be ready to go to the quilter by February 10th with backing.


February Goals
     I am already thinking about February's Goals. I think my UFO will be Tom Kat. He needs the binding hand sewn down and his eyes, nose, whiskers, mouse, and ball put on.  I will also work on the hand sewing of binding of CA#1GW.
     My kitted project will be the yellow and orange disappearing hourglass blocks. I have enough ten inch squares to make both versions. I think I will also work making Soccer Beauty a flimsy.
  Lator Gators.

8 comments:

  1. Sounds like you have a lot of fun quilts to work on! Enjoy your quilting time.

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  2. Your Grand Illusions is lovely! Happy quilting! ~Melanie

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  3. Your Grand Illusion has turned out lovely. It sounds like you have great plans for finishing projects this year...something I should work on!

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  4. Your Grand Illusion is looking grand. Good luck with all your stitching goals.

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  5. I wonder what possessed me to start grand illusions? I wanted to belong. Yours is marvelous

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  6. Your stash report looks good this week, and so does your grand illusion. How cool to have an AccuQuilt in the family!

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  7. Your GI looks great. I resisted and didn't make it. I like your idea of kitting up all those unwanted fabrics with your GO cutter. That should use it up quickly.

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