Sunday, August 3, 2014

Stash Report - Week 31

Ok, where did Week 30 go??  I don't remember why I didn't report any usage that week.  Oh yah, now I remember, I didn't use or buy anything.  I was busy piecing QOV tops and quilting others' quilts.

This week I did make a small purchase of a Michael Miller fabric called "Some Bunny Loves You" for a pillowcase which I didn't get made. I'll post it when I get it made; and I used a little bit of stash for a binding on a baby quilt, picture when it's finished too.

Here are the two QOV tops that I pieced during that lost week.  These were from blocks sent in to Kevin's block drive.  We are making a dent in that humongous pile of blocks that he received.

Excuse the wrinkles - I was in a hurry and it's on a hard floor.

I also finished quilting a couple quilts since the last post.  This one had a beautiful hydrangea print for the main squares and borders alternating with pastel 16 patches.  

Pictures of other finishes in the coming week.  Soon my numbers will look better.  I hope.

Fabric Added:  .75 yds
Fabric Used:  0.375 yds
Fabric Added YTD:  19 yds
Fabric Used YTD:  20.05 yds

To see how others did this week, go to Judy's Patchwork Times. 


  1. Great work! Love that hydrangea print and the quilting really enhances the quilt!

  2. Pretty quilts. I love the blue and yellow.

  3. I really like the QoV tops. I'm sure they'll be appreciated.

  4. Very pretty finishes. Love the blue and yellow QOV.

  5. The first two tops are darling! You did such a nice job with selecting bright colors that work together. They will make someone very happy. Good for you to do that!

  6. That's a lot of stitching. The QOV's look great and I love the spring-time feel of the last one.

  7. I wondered if Kevin was buried under all those blocks LOL!!! Love that blue and yellow one - wow!!!

  8. You and Kevin will be putting together those quilts for some time and there will be so many men and women blessed by your hard work.
    And I really like that hydrangea quilt - such a great pattern to showcase a pretty fabric.