Sunday, January 05, 2014

Look at all of those zeroes!

We talk a lot about stocking up on supplies as insurance against the lean times. Well, now's the time for me to dip into my stash and see what I can do with what I've got. Makes me very glad I'm not a one-project-at-a-time, buy-it-when-I-actually-need-it kind of gal!

I haven't bought any fabric since the end of November. If I'd known then what I know now, I might have stocked up on a bolt of white muslin and looked for some bloody shark fabric, but that's okay. I've got my stash of white sheets to dip into and  if I get that top done that's going to need the sharks, I'll be able to come up with a backing.

Weekly Stash Report 

Fabric Used this Week: 0 yards
Fabric Used year to Date: 0 yards
Added this Week: 0 yards
Added Year to Date: 0 yards
Net Added for 2013: 0 yards

Yarn Used this Week: 0 yards
Yarn Used year to Date: 0 yards
Yarn Added this Week: 0 yards
Yarn Added Year to Date: 0 yards
Net Added for 2013: 0 yards

I'm linking up to Patchwork Times.


Barb Neiwert said...

That's my goal, too, to use up a good portion of my stash. It's just too darn easy to buy fabric online. I have to use before I buy again!

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Libby in TN said...

Stash can be translated as "insulation" or "retirement plan." Keep your focus. Bloody sharks? Gotta ask.....

DeeDee said...

I am also looking forward to see your bloody sharks creation....

Kathie said...

I love to have a stash to pull from. I feel successful if I can make a project out of 75% what I have and 25% new purchases.

Jessica Hadden said...

I agree! I was at quilt shop yesterday and did not see anything I loved more than my established stash, especially at these new prices, yikes! I really want to use what I have!

Charlene S said...

Let me know how much of the "bloody shark fabric" you need.


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