Sunday, February 6, 2011

Stash Report Week 6, 2011

I had plans to work on some pajama pants this week, but all I got done was getting the fabric washed. It is draped over a couple of banisters waiting for me to cut into it.

I did get my 5th Midget block made so I am counting the fabric for all 5 as busted. They are all 5" blocks unfinished so I am going to count 5" as busted.


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I do plan on getting the pants worked on this week. At least 1 pair because they have to go to the hospital with Barb for her delivery. I better get busy!

Fabric added this week: 0.00
Fabric added year-to-date: 0.53

Fabric used this week: 0.14
Fabric used year-to-date: 0.70

Fabric Used: 0.17

10 comments:

Marj said...

I like the new block!

Kristie said...

Your stash report looks great! Hope you get your pants done this week!

I had to sit down a few minutes ago and make a list for the week and one for the month. Hopefully that will help me get these things done. I have to work on those customer bindings now and I have one more customer quilt to quilt but I have a lot of work to do on it before I can load it on the frame to quilt. So I want to get these things done first so that I can get back to mine!!
Kristie

Regina said...

I should have brought block 5 to work on yesterday - but I was afraid if I had to think too much I would make mistakes, so I brought easy piecing stuff.

Jennifer said...

You're making good progress on your midget blocks - good luck getting the pants done this week!

Kate said...

Very cute blocks and progress is progress. You are still in the black on the stash.

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

Yeah, you're still in the black! Now get working on those pants!!!

Babs said...

*SIGH* I may just be pantsless in the maternity ward :(
I would guess that may shock some of my visitors and people in the hallways when I take the new little one for a stroll.

Pee hee!

Lori said...

I think my eyes are crossed by those blocks.....

lifetakesaturn said...

You really busted more than that. Your calculations don't take into account seam allowance. By my calculations, on a simple block you use about 20% more fabric in seam allowance.

Melinda said...

You have the cutest numbers on your stash reports. :)