Sunday, September 9, 2018

Week 36 of Stitching and De-stashing

This week's 15 minutes of stitching post is a bit late to press as the author slept in this morning (Courtesy of a dose of Bendadryl prior to bed time. The bumper crop of rag weed has not been kind to many of us).  

Finding time to stitch was a lot easier this week. 

15 minutes stitching days/week = 7/7 days
15 minutes stitching days Sept. = 8/8 days
15 minutes stitching days /2018 = 234/251 days
Success rate =93.23%

Finding time to stitch hasn't done much to help the stash report at the moment, mainly as I'm making block parts not blocks.  It will pay off later when I start assembling the blocks.  For now, the stash is going out pretty slowly.  

Fabric used this week:  0.21 yards
Fabric used this year:  30.41 yards

Linking up with Quiltpaintcreate for the weekly stash report.  You can link up below to share how did on finding time to stitch this week. 

The rain has been very unkind to my sinuses, but the roses are loving it. 

1. Julie in GA
2. Pack Rat With a Plan
3. maggie f
4. Meloney
5. Aileen
6. Patricia
7. Mary-Kay
8. Christina's Handicrafts

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maggie fellow said...

oh my I agree with ragweed is out of control here.

Meloney said...

That is a beautiful rose. We had rain last night, so hoping some of the allergens will disappear. LOL Wishful thinking.

Denise :) said...

We're both sitting here this morning dealing with sinus issues. Ugh. Our problem isn't the rain, it's the lack of it! The ragweed is flying hither and yon in abundance and settling *everywhere*! Good numbers -- this is going to be a banner year!! :)

chrisknits said...

I have been hit with the allergens lately. No fun when your head hurts! Hope you feel better.

Sandra Walker said...

That must be what we are suffering from here. Last night I felt like I was getting a cold for a couple of hours! Glad you're still plucking away at block parts!

Miaismine said...

I'm busy with a few QALs so it doesn't look like I'm doing much sewing, but I am! :) I hope you feel better very soon!

Jennifer said...

So glad you were able to find time to sew more easily this week - hope that trend continues and the ragweed lets up!