Sunday, February 16, 2014

Sunday Stash Report, Week 7

Nothing in this week (but I am expecting a box from Hillbilly Tonya any time now), but some good numbers out.
 
 On Super Bowl Sunday, Quiltbug.com posted a mystery quilt that should have been done in a day, but it took my friend Kim and I two Sundays to make two 50"x50" flimsies (I guess we should have taken more time to do the precutting!)
 

I donated the fabric to the cause, I've had this from one of the Thangles kit I've had for about 5 years old, and I'll never use it for what it was intended for.  I also gave Kim enough to do the backing as well, for a total of 7 metres out of my stash. (I still have tons left!) I'll count my backing once it's done, and I plan on gifting this to a friend who just bought a new home.  


The mystery quilt pattern included a flange - it looks a lot like the faux piping on my last finish and this next one!


Tetris is completely finished!  


I am in love with this faux-piped binding! (Check this post here for links to the tutorial)  I used varying shades of turquoise in an ombre effect.  Binding doesn't use a lot of fabric, but it's still 0.3 metres out.
 
I also made a couple of gifts - a Lazy Gal Wallet for a good friend:
 


Of course, with a little something in it!

And I had the kidlets overnight to give the mommies and daddies a night off.  I made them "Hugs" for Valentine's Day.


These are wheat bags, about 7" in height and weight, perfect for the times when Gramma can't be there and they need a hug.


And a little piece of my heart inside!  I made the bag itself from remnants of a table protector, vinyl-side out (for easy cleaning) with a minkee cover that has an envelope closure for easy removal and washing.  The kids loved them!  0.4 metres out for all the little gifts.

This is what my living room looked like this morning - they had to make a gorilla nest after watching National Geographic!


Of course, the chief inspector had to make sure they didn't leave any goodies behind!

I've managed to draft one of the panels for a Sochi-styled patchwork.  


Due to the number of partial seams required, I leaning towards foundation-piecing.  Wish me luck!

Added this Week: 0 metres

 Added Year to Date: 27.5 metres
 
Destashed this Week: 7.7 metres

 Destashed year to Date: 17.05 metres

 Added for 2014: 10.45 metres

Total spent  YTD $35 = $1.27 cents/metre

2 comments:

  1. Oh, you beat me to the Sochi-style patchwork! Can't wait to see how yours comes out. Mine will probably stay in my head for life. What fabrics are you thinking about using? Will you keep the colors all in one family like the bibs? Watching curling right now and looking at the boards around the rink.

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    1. Hi, Libby! Right now I've drafted out the aqua/green panel (each one is different) and once I've tested it, I'll share it here - keep your eyes peeled ;o) I hope I can do all five colour groupings.

      Terri

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