Sunday Stash May 3, 2020

No fabric in this week.
SS yellowI had to take a break from sewing blocks into rows on A Walk In The Woods to make more face masks. We have to start wearing them at work next week, and I wanted enough to have a clean one every day.
No pictures because I’ve seen enough face mask pictures to last me a lifetime.
I hope to have a finished top to show next week.
Fabric In: 1.5
Fabric Out: 7.25 yards
Net Fabric Out: 5.75 yards
How did you do this week?

1 Life in Pieces Kate
2 Chrisknits
3 Meloney
4 Jennifer in Indy
5 Patricia
6 Quilting Gail
7 Carol Andrews
8 Melva Loves Scraps

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7 Responses to Sunday Stash May 3, 2020

  1. drelladoes says:

    This is a great idea! I just took a “stroll” through your previous Sunday Stash posts and found it very inspiring 🙂

  2. That’s a good idea to make multiple masks. I won’t be going back for a while, but it will be nice to have some variety if we need to wear them when we return.

  3. Mia is mine says:

    I’m glad you were able to make face masks for yourself. I so appreciate people wearing face masks. I’ve read the articles on their effectiveness/lack thereof. Just the same, I see it as a sign of support to our vulnerable members of society and those who are their care givers. My sister works in a hospital and keeps me on my knees. Your post blessed me today.

    On a bit of lighter note, I found some Valentine fabric in my stash with red lips and such on them. Perhaps I’ll make some masks of that fabric and I may even wear it, if I’m brave enough. 🙂

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  6. Having enough masks to not have to launder them every day is a great idea. I had made 127 for our community and realized DH has to go to town on Wednesday to see his doctor so I’m busy making both of us a few more right now so I don’t have to wash them every day. 😉 Carol

  7. davemelvanolan says:

    Oh, yes… I think we have all seen enough Masks. Stay safe!

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