Stash Report Sunday

My numbers are nothing in and a few yards gifted.  I have been sewing like crazy.  Last week I got the center portion of my Jamestown Landing quilt done…and lots of Crumb blocks made.

I am loving Jamestown Landing.

JamestownLanding

Unfortunately I think that it’s going to get set aside again.  I love it and will finish it but those crumb blocks are calling loudly!!

Here’s the official numbers.

Used this Week:   0

Used year to Date:   167.5  yards

Added this Week:     0
Added Year to Date:    142 yards

Gifted:  81 yards

Net Used for 2011:  25.5 Yards of store bought fabric…9.5 yards of recycled fabric….81yards gifted.

…and to see more stash reports, head on over to Patchwork Times.

8 thoughts on “Stash Report Sunday

  1. Lisa

    I found your blog a couple of months ago and enjoy the variety and hope to Crumb Along. I like to read your older blog pages. It would be nice if you included the date somehow as I pick one at random from the 3 choices at the bottom of the blog I’m reading and they lead me all over the place with no time line.

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  2. Jan

    This is a cool quilt. Wish I could find the magazine. I’ve been looking at Barnes & Noble, and at a show in Wisconsin. My local quilt store didn’t have it either, or online. It is the Austrialian quilt magazine, and a focus on blues, right?

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  3. Linda in NE

    I love the Jamestown Landing quilt too, and it’s on my list. Actually I need to do a quilt with dark string blocks so I can use a bunch of those up. There’s one in Bonnie’s last book that’s on the list as well.

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  5. kwiltnkats

    All you can get the pattern online ordering at Erica’s. Jo posted the information when she started the project and I got mine from them. Don’t know if they still have copies available. It is quite popular!
    Jo, I’m so jealous that you are this far along with your Jamestown Landing. Mine is coming along great in pink and neutrals. I’m ready to start block assembly. Anxious to see if you change anything with the border. Your Crumb-A-Long is great! Sandi

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