Sunday, December 1, 2013

Sunday Stash Report, Week 48

No finishes this week, but progress on some Christmas projects!  Hopefully, I'll get all those done this week.  In the meantime, I have started Celtic Solstice, Bonnie Hunter's newest mystery quilt.
I have done the last two mysteries, which means I have pretty much used up any neutrals I had in my stash.  That meant a trip to Hamels was in order!
After looking around, I decided on a single fabric for my neutrals.  I choose this:

A white-on-white swirl that I found in the wide-back section - at 108" wide, I only needed to buy one metre (but I'll count it as two for my stash report).
While I was at it, I found the perfect binding in the clearance section.  I only paid $5/metre for this orange stripe (from Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille) and the orange fat quarter:
I also got a metre of the large floral from Marmalade, but missed taking a picture of it.  While I was at it, I added some fat quarters for my I-Spy stash:

I'll also use the yellow in Celtic Solstice.  And I've started a collection of text prints and added this to it:
And last but not least, a couple of Fat 1/8's (Aspen by Basic Grey prints) to add to some Christmas projects (sorry for the fuzzy photo, I was anxious to get started).
Grand total added 5.75 metres - better get cracking on getting those finishes out of the door!

Added since my last report: 5.75 metres

Added Year-to-Date: 206.25 metres
Used since last report: 0 metres
Used Year-to-Date: 87 metres
Net used/Added for 2013: 119.25 metres
Next year, I'm going on a fabric diet! 

For more stash reports, be sure to visit Judy's blog at Patchwork Times.


  1. What pretty additions! Hoping to start cutting for Celtic Solstice sometime tonight.

  2. You got a great selection of fabrics, most already have a home. Never can have too much I Spy fabrics!

  3. That's a lovely white on white fabric. I'm not on a fibre diet, I'm on a "fast". I have not bought fabric or yarn for more than six months. That doesn't mean that fibre goodies have not turned up here -- people still give me their unwanted yarn or fabric; and I still occasionally go through my quilting group's cupboard to see if there's anything I can use there (particularly for sashings, borders and bindings).