Sunday Stash: Week 7

Finally, some pictures of the finished Bricks & Mortar Baby Quilt!  It's in the mail this week Casey!  Hopefully to arrive before baby!

I did't get much sewing done this week, instead I cleaned the apartment from top to bottom for my first house party on Friday night.  It was a big success and we crammed around 20 people into my tiny space.

I did, however, add a ton to my stash, a few yards of Tula Pink's Parisville that I plan to make a sewing machine cover with, four yards of Amy Butler's Full Moon Polka Dots in Lime and Tangerine, and several quarter yards of purples for my Single Girl Quilt, pattern by Denyse Schmidt.  Also 8 yards of Kona Ash for the Single Girl background.

I've recently decided to do a redwork quilt of some of my favorite architectural landmarks from across the globe.  As I get this project going, I'll be sure to post the pictures.

I forgot to tell you all that a couple of weeks ago I refolded my entire stash and neatly transferred it from the clear plastic box that it was overflowing from and into my chest of drawers.  It is much easier to access now and I feel more organized.

Well time for the Stash Report.  I'm satisfied because most of the purchases this week were for future projects.

Week 7:
In this Week: 
-19 yards 
Out this Week: 0 yards
In year to Date:
 -62 yards
Out Year to Date:
 8.75 yards
Net for 2011: -53.25 yards

I hope the weather where you are is as fantastic as it was in San Antonio today!


The Asker said...

This quilt looks so cozy and comforting to me. The soft grey and patterned fabric you chose reminds me of something my grannie would make. I hope that lucky baby loves it. : D


Charlsie said...

Oh that quilt is great! You are so talented & I love how you hung it next to the brick wall for the pic. Awesome job!