For the fabric stash:
Last weekend, my baby girl and I went to my favorite LQS and took advantage of their anniversary sale. I already added those numbers in so we’re good on that end. But my baby girl decided she wanted to make herself a pillow. So we bought her fabric. Since it was for her, I didn’t include these in my numbers and I can’t mark them as used. I didn’t help her with the color choices either. She has a great color sense.
Anyway, after sleeping on it for a week, she decided that the color combo didn’t match the quilt on her bed (currently Scrapitude) or her room in general. So Friday, she made another one to match her quilt. I do not have pictures of that one because she’s still sleeping on it. I’ll try to post a picture when she wakes up. She shopped my stash to make that one! 🙂 So I’ve got a bit used! I’m one thrilled mama to have my baby girl suddenly have a desire to sew. She whipped out her bernette and started sewing. I also let her use my Aurifil for the first time and she absolutely loved it.
Update – Here’s a pic of the new pillow…
Yesterday, I went to a presentation with Alex Anderson. I’ll have to post about my experience another time but I received a fat quarter so I’ve got a bit to add to my stash. And I received back my the yellow strips from my fellow guild sisters. I’ve got a plan for those…
- Used this week: 1 yards
- Used year to date: 30.75 yards
- Added this week: 2.75
- Added year to Date: 16 yards
- Net USED for 2016: 14.75 yards
For the Budget:
Spent this week: $0
Spent year to date: $2692.43
For the yarn stash:
I got a little bit of knitting done this week. But the Rosie hat is still not finished.
Used this week: 0 yards
Used year to date: 0 yards
Added this week: 0 yards
Added year to date: 0 yards
Net for 2016: 0 yards
And for Slow Stitching Sunday with Kathy at Kathy Quilts, I plan to work on A Rainbow Garden again today! Here’s where I was last week:
Here’s where I’m at now!
A close up of the left flower…
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~Have a quilty week!