Sunday Stash June 26, 2022

No change in the numbers.

I started quilting Punkin Patch and hope to finish it this week. It’s not a large quilt, and the pumpkins are already quilted.

I chose the next mindless sewing project, a shirt out of some double gauze I bought a few years ago. I also chose the next not so mindless project.

I pieced the blocks ten years ago and stamped leaf and various other shapes on them. I also stamped leaves on fabric pieces and pieced some blocks I didn’t stamp. I’ve always thought of this as The Wall Quilt, but I have no memory of what I planned to do. My only note is the name of a book I must have checked out of the library. I will have to start there. The bag also contained quite a few gold and yellow scraps.

If I am going to start things and let them sit for years, I must start keeping better notes. Otherwise every UFO is a new adventure.

Fabric In: 0.5 yards

Fabric Out: 6.125 yards

Net Fabric Out: 5.625 yards

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9 Responses to Sunday Stash June 26, 2022

  1. Laura Kate says:

    I love your stamped pieces. They are full of potential.

  2. Julie Kennedy says:

    I’ve had the same project with pulling out old projects and not remembering what I had planned. Better notes would definitely help. Your collection of yellow and gold scraps and blocks looks like a great beginning!

  3. Laura says:

    Looks like a fun adventure to me! 🙂

  4. chrisknits says:

    Nothing in and not much out, but a big item crossed off the list!! Love the golds in you project.

  5. Mia is mine says:

    Wow! If garment sewing is your mindless sewing project, I am truly impressed! I love those yellow fabrics! Yes, I agree, I also must keep better notes on my UFOs that have been patiently waiting for years….ok….decades! 😊

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  8. This looks like a fun project. It’ll be interesting to see what your investigative work turns up! 😉

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