Yesterday was a very long day. Drama Teen had to be at the airport by 4 AM in order to catch her 5:10 flight to Washington, DC. We decided to stay in Tulsa as it's about an hour drive to the airport from here and we weren't in the mood to have to be up at 2:30 AM. It was bad enough getting up at 3:30 AM. We didn't make the flight arrangements for this trip. DT was fortunate enough to win a scholastic award that included this trip, so we were at the mercy of the organizers on the flight arrangements.
So while I did get in some stitching on Saturday, a 3 hour nap ended up taking up a lot of my stitching time. That was a pretty significant theme this week, stuff taking up stitching time. Tuesday was a work dinner, Thursday was spent on last minute shopping for DT's trip and and we left after work to spend the night in Tulsa. So not a stellar report.
Days with 15 minutes of stitching time this week: 4 out of 7 days
Days in June: 13 out of 18 days
Days this year: 140 out of 170 days.
I'll make up for the lack of stitching time later this week, I'll have next Friday off.
Even with fewer days in the sewing room the steady progress did result in the finish of a few Zombie blocks, so there is a bit going out.
Used last week: 0.62 yards
Used year to date: 33.63 yards
Purchased year to date: 25.75 yards
Net used for 2016: 5.53 yards
Not as good as last week, but the amount going out is going up. It may be slow, but it's been pretty steady.
I'll close with a sign of the wet spring we've had here in Oklahoma.
A fat and happy dragonfly. This guy was running from the lawn mower one house over.
Have a great Sunday. Check out all the other stash management stories posted over at Patchwork Times.