Sunday, October 10, 2010

Stash Report Week 41, 2010

I was planning on cutting some fabric this week, but I got 2 quilts quilted and sent off and then I was going to cut yesterday, but I ended up sewing on my black and white blocks instead. There will be plenty of fabric cut though in preparation for the quilt retreat.

Yesterday, I had to stop by a quilt shop down the street about their ad for the Guild's Newsletter and I saw this kit ...

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For these trivets...


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And I have just added another project to take with me to the retreat! I think that this will have to be the prize for my mini giveaway last week. I still haven't picked a name, but I haven't forgotten either. :)

Fabric added this week: 0.56
Fabric added year-to-date: 322.68

Fabric used this week: 0.00
Fabric used year-to-date: 190.85

Fabric Used: -131.83

9 comments:

Zany Quilter said...

OMG...I think my mom made some sort of wallhanging thing in peach and green for our kitchen using that method...in the early 1980's! LOL...isn't it funny how crafts seem to recycle themselves? ;-D Love the quilt for Regina...nice colors and a vibrant feel...

Vicky said...

Adorable trivets! You did good!

SpinningStar said...

Cute trivets - did you use something special inside to make sure it doesn't overheat? It would be great for orphan blocks. Liz

Jennifer said...

I think my mom had one of those once upon a time in light blue and peach...but hers was in a hoop with lace around it instead of being a trivet. Now I am hoping I win the mini giveaway (I hope I entered!).

katie z. said...

What fun!

elizabeth said...

GREAT IDEA, HMMM I HOPE I WIN THIS ONE. I HAD A PURSE WITH THE CENTER OF THE FRONT MADE LIKE THAT YEARS AGO. I ALWAYS LOVED IT..:( TO BAD TO WORE OUT

Stray Stitches said...

Darling trivets! The christmas colors will be perfect for that project.

orchidlover said...

I remember doing a pin cushion in that technique. Over here we call it Somerset Folded Patchwork

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

Just over 1/2 yard isn't so serious, but you gotta get it used up at retreat!!!