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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Stash Report 6 of 2013

 My neck/back issues are horrendous just recently so have been in agony and such pain thus the delay in reporting this report.  The stash report for this past Sunday shows an improvement since 2 yards are out the door for Gina's Birthday gift.
I should have taken a picture of it before I gave it.  It was a yard panel of the wine country apron, with another yard for the lining showing a myriad of wine labels.  They were bought  while I was in Florida with Mom and thought, PERFECT!  She loves wine, cooking, quilting and not in that order so this kitted gift would be perfect for her.  She also shares apassion for many other things, so easy to think of things to gift her.  I also included a pattern with HST since she recently finished a quilt with a gazillion HST in it and I just know she'll be missing working on those little suckers!   LOL!!
With that being said and it being better late than never, here's my 6th stash report.
 
 
Stash In: 0 Yards
 
Stash Out: 2 Yards
 
YTD In: 17.5 Yards

YTD Used/Out the Door: 15.5 yards
 
 
I'm glad to see those numbers coming closer together, now hopefully by next week perhaps even them out,  if not shift it entirely in the other direction!  Check at Judy L's blog to see ow other quilters are doing with their numbers.
 
Currently I am finishing up the binding on the Celtic Runner I made last month and also getting the 4 potholders made when I can sit comfortably long enough that is!  When finished you can be sure to see a photo of them here.  Takes enough time for such little things and it's be easier if I weren't repurposing some of the materials.  (Trudy, notice that re word?)  lol!
Thanks for taking the time to stop by this lil' blog and leaving such nice comments. 
I do appreciate it and look forward to seeing what you are working on in the mean time. 
 
Jane

1 comment:

desertskyquilts said...

I'm so sorry your back and neck are giving you pain. That has to interfere with all the fun you could be having. I hope it's improving every day and will soon be gone.