Sunday, October 7, 2012

Stash Report - October 7th

We all slept in this morning, even My Guy who rarely stays in bed past 4:30 AM.  Last night was fun night at Drama Teen's school.  My Guy and I worked concessions for 3 hours, then helped with the take down of the haunted house.  That's where Drama Teen spent her evening acting as tour guide dressed as a Victorian ghost, a bride who had been poisoned by her mother-in-law on her wedding day (I have no idea why the back story was necessary, but she assured me that a complete alias  was needed for this gig).  We all made it to bed about midnight, which is well pass the point I turn into a pumpkin.

Even without last night, this has been a busy week.  I had business dinners two nights this week. Plus one night spent baking and decorating cup cakes for the Fun Night cake walk, didn't leave much sewing time this week.  I did get in some stitching yesterday, so there is some outgoing stash. 

Used last week: 0.92 yards
Added last week:  0 yards

Used for 2012:  33.57 yards
Added for 2012:  294.38

Net stashed for 2012:  260.81 yards

The nothing in for the week really helps.  Even so, I've pretty much given up on my fabric fast and decided to just adopt a "what happens, happens" approach.   I'll focus on making sure stuff goes out, not on limiting what comes in.  That's lots more fun at any rate.

I'm off to get a second cup of coffee and settle in for some blog reading, including checking out all the other stash reports posted at Patchwork Times

6 comments:

  1. Not limiting so so much more fun! ;) Congrats on getting a bit out, though. And I want to hear more of DT's back story. Why did her MIL hate her? :D

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  2. Yes, that's a much more fun approach! I like it! My hubby slept in today too - until 6:30am - VERY late for him o:) I liked the backstory of Drama Teen's character! Makes it so much more real - LOLOL!

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  3. Your week sounds like mine will next week - why is life so busy? I may join you in your new approach to fabric - I've gone three years now with not buying much - just pieces to finish projects - that I'm tired of it. As long as we keep getting some out, it should work out.

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  4. Ive been quite restrained really lately with buying fabric (if you discount the 30 + yards I bought in Hawaii!)

    I've learned it doesn't take much to completely stuff up my sewing plans for the week. We had Little P here for two days and I got nothing done! Im still avoiding Flurry as well. Silly really since I only have to sew the binding on.

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  5. I think your approach to fabric is a good way to go. As always, I like the way you think.

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  6. Seems like everyone had a good night despite the late bed time. I think your new approach to your stash is a sensible one!

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