Sunday, December 19, 2010

Sunday Stash Report - Week 50

Below is a catch up of the past few weeks of Sunday Stash reports.... hopefully I didn't forget anything.  If I did I'll add it to next week's report.  


 8 yards of Parisville by Tula Pink

Another 6 yards of Parisville by Tula Pink

2 yards in of new spoonflower labels

an order from hawthorne threads that i didn't get to photograph
penn state fabric for quilt shown below


one yard of Dr. Seuss for this wip

one yard out to finish pockets on a bag

backing for Elijah's twin quilt
binding for Elijah's twin quilt
fabric for 2 new quilts
fabric for some new binding tutorials
fabric to make this quilt

8 yards total for Elijah's Stash Stack Quilt

A bunch on this Penn State version of Dot Party with extra large blocks that I made for my former boss.

the back of the quilt


so the past few weeks...
26.5 in
40.83 out

YTD totals
purchased: -713.94 yds
busted: 582.27 yds
net: -131.67 yds

Only 2 more stash reports to go for 2010...

Check out how everyone else is doing this week!


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mascanlon said...

Love all the Tula pink, that blue color way blows me away. Me? Hmm, nothing in and 1 yd wool for a pillow and a pin cushion, last minute gift projects.

kelly said...

i got a f.q. bundle of the blue parisville and it is almost too gorgeous to cut into.

Jill Chapman said...

That banner quilt is gorgeous! I can't wait to see your version x said...

OH no, I'm in trouble now....I just showed my Penn State daughter your quilt and she's wondering why she doesn't have one. Where did you find the fabric? Now I have to make her one!!! :)

Nicki Lundeen said...

My husband would love that PS quilt. He is a Penn State Alumni. Got to have some of that fabric to make a quilt for my hubby.

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said... are doing a fine job of busting that stash!


Unknown said...

Where can you buy the R.K. Poolside Zoologie Stash Stacks?

Peppermint Pinwheels said...

Printing quilt labels on Spoonflower - great idea!