Stash Report Feb. 21 ’17

Stash Report

Linking to Judy Laquidera’s Stash Report each week to keep me accountable!

I did buy some fabric for the backing for Shakespeare in the Park … I wanted to use stash & figured I had enough … but alas, I was short about 3 meters and nothing, absolutely nothing in the stash would work.  So, my hubby and I went shopping.  He has a good eye for colour and we found the perfect fabrics to go on the back.

Nothing is finished, but as soon as Shakespeare in the Park is done – I will have used 23 yards!  And that’s just using the amounts given in the pattern.  I know I used more since I made it bigger!  However, the quilt is not quilted yet!

Fabric Used this Week:       0 yards
Fabric Used year to Date:   18.5 yards
Fabric Added this Week:     3. 5  yards (for backing)
Fabric Added Year to Date: 5.6  yards
Net Fabric for 2017:              12.4  yards  (I’ve still used more than I’ve bought!)

UFO tally

Started the year with 38 UFO’s
Completed UFO’s:     Total to complete in 2017:
Jan:   2                                    36
Feb:  nothing finished yet …

Happy Quilting
Gail

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2 thoughts on “Stash Report Feb. 21 ’17

  1. You’re close to a finish – yeah. I only add things I bought to my stash numbers if it’s just a random addition. If it was I – that backing wouldn’t count and I’d still be at 18.5 yards – lol. Great numbers are numbers in the black. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Ha! I like that you only add if it’s a random purchase! I did consider the fact that my husband picked out the fabric and bought it – so that would make it HIS fabric! he he he … but I’m doing this for me … to reduce what I have …

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