Sunday Stash Report

Sunday, April 15, 2012
Time to report the numbers!  This week I bought 12.5 yards.  Lots of small cuts for the project Henrietta and I have planned. 

In This Week--12.5 yards
In Year to Date--89.5 yards
Used This Week--ZERO
Used Year to Date--50.75 yards
 
Stash is ahead--38.75 yards
 
This is fine.  Really!  Last night I sewed the binding on three projects.  One is a large queen size so that will make a dent in the stash!   Just the hand sewing left--I love that part.

Henrietta and I have been doing a lot of sewing.  I have the middle section of the Plaid 4 Patch together.  I'm down to making the border units.  Its been raining and a picture will have to wait until I can use the clothesline outside.   A little while ago it was hailing---small pea size hail--and I had to move my baby plant pots.  We've been dry and the rain is very appreciated.  It's been chilly and the weather forecast was for possible "thundersnows".  It doesn't happen very often---and I laugh at the way it sounds.  There has been lots of rumbly thunder with this rain. 

I wish you all a great week, this time of year is the best.  Trees leafing out, plants pushing their way out of the ground, the smell of rain and fresh dirt.  Lilacs and fruit trees blooming.  My neighbor has one cheerful daffodil beside her back door.  

I'm heading over to Judy's blog to see everyone else's stash report!


 
 

5 comments:

Sara said...

Hail, wind, and rain here too. It would have been a good to sew. I finished a binding and that is it so far. I need to work on busting my stash too.

Tins and Treasures said...

Good afternoon, Lori,
Nasty weather we are having...cold rain and strong wind. It is a good day to be sewing. I can't wait to see your finished project.

Have a great week. ~Natalie

SpinningStar said...

Hope you are not getting any of those twisty winds! Keep safe.

Liz

Nancy said...

I actually heard thunder this afternoon, but very little rain made it to the ground.

Brenda said...

Weather here in Atlanta is great but we need some rain.