Saturday, June 24, 2017

Stash Report 6/25/17

Fabric IN This Week: yards
Fabric IN for June: yards 
Fabric IN YTD: 41 5/12 yards
Fabric OUT This Week: yards 
Fabric OUT for June: 0 yards
Fabric OUT YTD: 27 7/12 yards
Reduction/Enhancement This Week: yards
Reduction/Enhancement for June: 3 yards
Reduction/Enhancement YTD: 13 5/6 yards 
Next week there should be a big reduction b/c one wedding quilt will be done! (At least 7 yards!) Then soon after another big reduction when the second wedding quilt is done. (At least 13 yards) Finishes are starting to happen!
This Week in Review
Green diagonals 

1) Sammie's quilt - I seem to have lost the purple thread i got to do the diagonals so an executive decision was made to do it in green. 
1 corner done

2) Wedding Quilt - sewed binding on. Now working on hand work.
3)  Blue Binding Star Wedding quilt - I now have a due date. They will be here in December so that is when they will get the quilt as a combination Christmas and wedding gift b/c a) I want to see their faces when they first see the quilt; b) it is cold where they live in the winter so it can go into use immediately; c) less shipping cost.
4) Studio - the ceiling has 2 coats of paint thanks to DGS#9(Chris). Tuesday we will start on the walls. DGS#9 has really taken to this project. He wants to get to the walls so on Monday afternoon I will go get the needed bead board (9 sheets) for the back wall and little area. Tuesday morning DGS#9 and Mr Antonio will put those up. Then Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning, I will go get the 9 sheets of plywood needed for the other walls. I think Chris, DH, and I can handle those. 
  Chris wants to repaint the floor too but once the walls go up waiting for the floor to dry (3 to 5 days) and then for the polyurethane to dry (5 to 7 days) will feel like an eternity!   I am so ready to be back in my studio! But on the other hand it will be done with no half stepping and DGS#9 will know he did it right and can be very proud of his work. Guess I can wait (impatiently) another month or so. 

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