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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Stash Report 7.18.10

I made it my mission this week to get caught up with a couple projects and move them to the to be quilted pile.
First on the list was the hexagon top. It's on the wall sideways so if you look on the left side which is the bottom of the quilt, you will see where I added more triangles to change what will be trimmed off to make the bottom (and top) edge straight.

Friday night about 9, I took the Pinwheels on Parade blocks out of the box, cut the black sashing pieces and started sewing. By 10:30 I couldn't see to sew on the black anymore so I went to bed. A couple hours more on Saturday afternoon and now I have a finished very bright and black pinwheel top. The binding pieces are cut and ready to sew today so this project can be put on the mountain of to be quilted tops.

What's up next? I have no idea but I do have a few things to pick from.

This weeks report includes the fabric for Pinwheels on Parade.

This week's report:
Used this Week: 6 yards
Used Year to Date: 163 yards
Added this Week: 0 yards
Added Year to Date: 133 yards
Net Used for 2010: 30

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Barb in Mi said...

Oooh, nice finishes and great busting this week!

Charlene S said...

Great as usual! I only wish I could be half as productive as you are. Keep up the great busting.

KatieQ said...

Both of your quilts look fabulous. I love the blend of colors in the hexagon quilt.

Cathy said...

The hexagon quilt is so lovely!!

Amy said...

Good job Judy. I know it feels good to get finished.

Anonymous said...

Despite the fact that anyone following my blog would know i am partial to black as a background fabric in my quilts, i cannot decide which of these quilts - the pinwheels or the hexagons - I like more as they're both equally beautiful. Great job!

Vicki H. said...

I love to feel like I am really getting things done and quilted. Both are great!

Diane said...

love both those quilts--good job on getting them ready for the quilting pile.