Category Archives: stashbusting

Sunday Stash August 18, 2019

I had a finish this week for some fabric out. Good to see the numbers going in the right direction. I wanted to finish quilting the acorn runner last night, but fatigue won out and I made the binding instead. … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash August 11, 2019

No fabric in or out this week. The 30s quilt is quilted. Here’s a picture of it trimmed down. I’ve attached the binding and started pinning it to sew by machine. I expect to finish it today, but I’ll count … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash August 4, 2019

A work trip had me states away from my sewing room this week. I only had the opportunity to stitch on Monday and Saturday. The quilting on the 30s quilt progresses but no finish. The plan until I travel again … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash July 14, 2019

I was on the road this week to Quilt National and Amish Country. There were quite a few quilt shops and fabric stores involved, along with a number of thrift shops. The stash expanded, but it could have been a … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash July 7, 2019

No fabric out this week. The 30s quilt is basted and the Gemma top is under construction. The Gemma pattern is an epic fail for my body proportions. So far I’ve spent more time taking it apart and making adjustments … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash June 30, 2019

No change in the numbers. We are half way through the year. Are you half way to your goal? In spite of more time in the sewing room this year, my first half numbers disappoint. I think it has a … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash June 23, 2019

I’m on the road for another family event. No fabric in or out this week. There are quilt shops near me, but we didn’t have time to stop. Thanks for all the great suggestions for the borders of the 30s … Continue reading

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