Sunday, February 9, 2014

Stash Report - Week 6

It warmed up a bit yesterday to a balmy 35 F.  After a week of single digits, it felt like a heat wave.  It snowed last Monday and it's been so cold that most of that snow is still around.  




All the white is definitely better looking than the typical drab brown.  This morning we've got freezing drizzle.  Not a lot of ice build up is expected, but the roads are slick.  Thankfully we have no plans to be any place but home today.

I've been in the sewing room a lot this week, but I've been doing more cleaning up and cutting than I have stitching.  Still there is a bit to report as going out this week. 

Used last week:  0.58 yards
Added last week:  0 yards

Used for 2014:  3.05 yards
Added for 2014:  26.5 yards

Net stashed for 2014:  23.45 yards

Nothing in again this week, so I've reduced the stashed number by a tad.  

The nasty weather and the resulting slick roads is a good reason to just stay in and stitch.  So I think that's what I'll do today.  There should also be some time to check out all the other stash reports over at Patchwork Times.  

6 comments:

  1. Your scrappy butterflies are going to make a darling quilt. Keep warm.

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  2. I agree with you. It's been perfect weather to just stay in and sew. Of course, I've been working on things I want to work on, not necessarily the project I should work on. I'm such a procrastinator.

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  3. Stay warm - we're trying to do the opposite here and stay cool.

    I'm actually quite impressed by your total tally for 2014 - 24 odd yards will be easy to use up!

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  4. Your photo is beautiful. We're having mild weather today but the next few days are supposed to be a little wet. As long as it doesn't freeze over, that's fine with me.

    You have a good stash report this week too.

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  5. staying in and stitching sounds like a good choice. i hope that you got lots done.

    do be careful when out in the bad weather. i definitely know how treacherous it gets, especially when drivers aren't used to a lot of that type of weather.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  6. Brrr! We are in the hottest month of the year, summer's last hurrah, and today is wet, drizzly, and a whopping 20*C (68*F)! Bring back summer, I say!

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