It's been a long, stressful week and my brain needed the extra z's this morning. All three work reports are done and turned in. I'm sure there will be a few more edits, but I can cope with those on Monday. This morning, I'm going to hang out with the Scientist in Training once she wakes up. She heads back to college after lunch. Then I'm going to sew this afternoon as a reward for working pretty much all day yesterday.
First the stash report. There was a little bit of stash going out this week.
Fabric used this week: 0.27 yards
Fabric used in 2018: 8.62 yards
Fabric purchased in 2018: 0 yards
Net fabric out for 2018: 8.35 yards
I'm still deleting all the fabric shop emails unread. Thankfully it's been both too busy and too cold to venture out to the quilt shop, so it's been easy to avoid buying fabric so far this year. I'll be linking up with Quiltpaintcreate for this week's stash report.
Finding time to stitch this week didn't go so hot. The new position I took on last June requires a lot more paperwork than my previous position and a lot of that spills over into my evenings. The hard deadlines coming up meant that sewing lost out to stitching time a couple of times this week.
Days with stitching this week: 5 out of 7 days (Sunday to Saturday)
Days with stitching this month: 7 out of 10 days
Days with stitching this year: 38 out of 41 days
Success Rate: 92.7%
No stitching happened Thursday or yesterday. The SIT spent most of yesterday afternoon in Tulsa shopping with friends, so I didn't feel too badly about having to work. I didn't get finished with work till just before we went out for dinner, then I wanted to spend the rest of the evening hanging out with her and her friend she's going to share an apartment with next fall. So no stitching happened. I'll make up for it today.
Hopefully you did better than I did at finding time to stitch this week. You can link up how your crafty week went below.
|1. Melissa G|
2. Julie in GA
8. Christina's Handicrafts
|9. maggie f|
10. Aileen K