The navy, brown, and orange quilt did nice things for my numbers this week (12 yards for that!). So much so, that I’m worried I’ll make my year’s goal of destashing 100 yards far too early and have nothing to live for. I think I need to do some fabric shopping to prevent that. And Hancock’s of Paducah is having a good sale…. They have wonderful batiks…
This week: +0 yards, -12 yards
YTD: +21.75 yards, -75.5 yards
Net stash used in 2013: -53.75 yards
We followers of The Scientific Quilter have been Marching Along this month, pledged to sew at least 15 minutes a day. This has been an ideal week for me, since I’ve been home alone most of the week with very few outside commitments, so I’ve sewn every day for a few hours. I finished piecing and quilting that navy and orange quilt (still need to find a box and mail it off). Then I picked up the blocks for the Basic Grey “Sultry” quilt and finished assembling that top yesterday. Thus I am really Marching Along on my Getting It Done goals for the month. Sometimes in these gray days of winter it really does help to have all this external goading to keep moving along. I’m sure spring will bring more personal inspiration and motivation!
Quilt navy, brown, and orange donation quilt.
2 Finish and quilt “Sultry” quilt.
3. Finish and quilt pink and gray donation quilt.
4. Finish queen quilt top for my bed.
How are you coming on all of your quilty goals?
Linking up to Sunday Stash Report at Patchwork Times, and to March-Along at The Scientific Quilter.
March 10, 2013 at 12:05 PM
The quilt looks lovely! I love all the dark, warm colors and the quilting 🙂 Thanks for the heads up on the sale…I need some batiks for a new project I’m working on. Have a great week!
March 10, 2013 at 5:41 PM
Love your orange quilt. Really cute kitty! You can never go wrong with Batiks.
March 11, 2013 at 4:06 AM
Your orange/blue quilt looks great. I especially like your binding. Looks like you are making great progress on your Get It Done Goals. Congratulations! I need to get going on mine.
March 14, 2013 at 4:16 PM
I love how you made the backing! Well done, wonderful quilt!