Sunday Stash November 25, 2018

No fabric in or money spent this week.
I had a small amount out that was gifted.
The chicken quilt is quilted and the binding sewn, but not trimmed or pressed.
I’m down to the french knots on the embroidery project.
I figure one of the two will get finished this week, but not both.
Since I’ll be looking for a new hand work project soon, I checked this book out of the library.
Beyer BookI’ve always wanted to learn to hand piece. If I like it enough to do it long term I will pick up the book used. From what I’ve seen so far this book covers it all.
I’ve always thought of Jinny Beyer as the queen of hand piecing. When I was poking around on YouTube I saw that Yoko Saito also pieces by hand. I did not know that.
Fabric In: 14 yards
Fabric Out: 16.125 yards
Net Fabric Used: 2.125 yards
Quilt & embroidery spending: $155

How did you do this week?

1 Chrisknits
2 Meloney
3 Aileen
4 Kate
5 Marti’s Plain Stitches
6 Quilting Gail
7 DesertSky Quilting
8 Angie in SoCal

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7 Responses to Sunday Stash November 25, 2018

  1. Laura says:

    Jinny Beyer is a fantastic piecer and designer and promoter of quilting! Have fun choosing your next project!

  2. chrisknits says:

    I’m in awe of anyone who hand pieces. I’m just not that capable!! 😂

  3. melfunk says:

    You have been doing so wonderful with all your hand work. I need to get back to mine.
    I did take a quilt to bind at the football game last night and got half done. It’s slow going when I have a friend there to talk to and watch the game. LOL

  4. Kate says:

    The book certainly looks big enough to cover all aspects. Enjoy learning a new skill. Congrats on all the progress on your projects.

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  6. dezertsuz says:

    Do you know about the Hand Quilt Along that starts January 1? You can read about it HERE and, if it interests you, there’s a link to two places to find out more details.

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