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Sunday Stash Report: 11/2/14

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I used five yards for donation pillowcases this week, and I didn’t buy any fabric.  I have more pillowcases ready to go that will count on this coming week.  Since I have a basket drawer where I keep juvenile/novelty/weirdo fabric that I want to use for pillowcases, I can really see the difference with this yardage pulled out.  I’m cutting up the scraps, too, everything too narrow to cuff a pillowcase, and it feels like I’m getting rid of it.  I know, one is never really rid of fabric.  It will keep popping up again in scrap projects, but at least that basket looks better.

I use this tutorial from Mama Spark, but its similar to many others, with no exposed seams. I donate mine to ConKerr Cancer.

This week: +0 yards, -5 yards
YTD: +113.25 yards, -184.75 yards
Net stash used 2014: -71.5 yards

How did you do this week?  Keep working away at it!
I’m linking up with Sunday Stash Report at Patchwork Times.

Author: Valerie

I'm Valerie, also known as Scooquilt. I am passionate about fabric and quilting. My quilts are colorful and modern, but grounded in traditional blocks. My degrees are in Fine Arts and Education. I'm retired from teaching and trying to quilt daily. Reading, gardening, and cats are also important to me.

4 thoughts on “Sunday Stash Report: 11/2/14

  1. Great pillowcases for a very worthy cause. Thanks for donating to ConKerr Cancer.

  2. Your pillowcases look so nice laying there. Great cause. I too am making them to donate to a children’s hospital. I had to buy some more fabric though. The cuffs are coming out of my stash, but that doesn’t make the stash go down as quickly.!

  3. Pillowcases are such a great way to use up stash. Nice to see those scrap bins getting used up!

  4. I’ve never made a pillow case. Might give it a go sometime soon. Great to see some of the stash being depleted. I cut up heaps of my stash at the beginning of the year cutting pieces into useful sizes – anything smaller than a fat quarter (or equivalent in width of fabric stuff) I cut into scraps sized according to Bonnie Hunter’s recommendations (well sort of anyway) Now to use that up

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