Stash Report 10/23/11

No more progress on the raffle blocks, but the top, back and binding amount to a 3.25-yard bust.

Fabric Used YTD:  38.5yards

Fabric In YTD:  22.75 yards

Net Busted:  15.75 yards

I spent the whole weekend either traveling to/from or cleaning at my mom’s.  I can always count on a surprise or two when I get there.  I’ve learned to laugh them off, because there’s nothing I can do to stop them.  This time water gushed from places it shouldn’t have every time I flushed the toilet.  I also found the city had torn up a big chunk of the sidewalk to do some kind of utility work.

I usually either forget to take things with me or leave things there by accident, or both.  Once I got down there and realized I hadn’t packed any clothes.  Of course, I didn’t realize that until I’d spent the whole afternoon cleaning decaying leaves out of the gutters.  This time I forgot the cord that connects my ipod to my radio/CD player.  I had enough CDs with me that it didn’t matter.  Noise is essential for that kind of work.

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2 Responses to Stash Report 10/23/11

  1. Liz says:

    Good stashbusting report.

    I laughed at the comment about going to mom’s house. I did that for many years and I can totally relate on the surprises. Heck, i’m trying to sell the house and there are still surprises. So, I have a trip up north planned soon to deal with them. Good luck!

  2. Beth in TN says:

    I took a trip with my family once where I was so worried about making sure THEY had all their “stuff” that I forgot all my pants which were the only things that were on hangers!

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