Stash Report – Jan. 31, 2010

Can you believe January  is almost over?  Amazing!  It was just Christmas . . just yesterday it seems.  How did you do the first month of 2010 with your stashbusting efforts?  Just 11 months to go!  You can do it!  🙂

We had more reporters last week than ever.  This is weird that the number of reports are growing.  Keep it up . . together we can bust the stash.

Another good week in my little sewing room.

Used this Week:  21.75 yards
Used year to Date: 123.75 yards
Added this Week: 0 yards
Added Year to Date: 0 yards
Net Used for 2010:  123.75 yards

Here’s what I worked on this week:

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    Wow! I am proud of my 31 yards out. I have finished 4 twinsize charity quilts for foster kids. I cannot even imagine over 100 yards out. Keep up the great work,


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    Wow, it’s good to hear that the stash busting community is growing. Glad I joined and have made it 5 times – even though my numbers look pathetic when checking all of your highly effective quilters. I guess as they say in sports I am a weekend (quilting) warrior… and am just having fun!

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    Denise says

    Great numbers Judy! I may need stashbusting intervention – I’ve gotten one of my tax refunds and you know it’s calling out to be spent on fabric!!!! And the Hancocks of Paducah catalog has arrived to tempt me. 🙂

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    Darlene S says

    Nice going Judy. I’m finishing up what I busted from the stash last week. BUT I do have a finished quilt! Dar

    Used this Week: .5 yards – Sailboat binding- Quilt finished!!
    Used year to Date: 17.29 yards (had an error last week)
    Added this Week: 0 yards
    Added Year to Date: 1.75 yards – doing good in this category
    Net Used for 2010: 17.29yards

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    I bougth 11.5 yards this week and used 27 so it’s a net of 15.5. This is the first fabric I’vwe bought in a long time. Next week will be a different story. A long time professional quilter is leaving the area and selling all her stuff. I’m sure some of it will becoming home with me. Will let you all know next week!

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    I’m not counting stash reduction until it’s either sold to another quilter or made into a flimsie waiting for quilting (or quilted). I’m too bad and I’ve been know to pilfer a project bag with everything already cut! Stash reduction report has been entered on the list.