Sunday, September 9, 2018

15 Minutes and Stash Report Sunday 9/9/18

Several different quilting projects moved forward last week, which meant there was a good amount of stash usage for the week. I used 5/8 yard on my Rainbow Scrap Challenge blocks, 1 yard on five Improv Stars for the Seeing Stars QAL, and 1.25 yards on new setting triangles for Tell It to the Stars. No new fabric was added this week!

These are some of the new setting and corner triangles for my Tell It to the Stars quilt. The first few triangles have already been stitched to the center of the quilt. They all have little paper tags to help me keep track of their placement around the edges of the quilt.

Used last week:              2.875 yards
Used year to date:          56.75 yards
Added last week:                0.0 yards
Added year to date:         32.25 yards
Net used year to date:   24.50 yards

Kate's 15 Minutes to Stitch challenge at Life in Pieces has us tracking how many days each week we get in at least 15 minutes of quilting time. We had a strange schedule at work this week, including working two days over the holiday weekend, then having a different day off later in the week. I still managed to get in at least 15 minutes each day.

15 Minute Challenge:  
9/2 - 9/8               7 of 7 days
2018 Total      245 of 251 days

Check out more stash reports at quiltpaintcreate, and join the 15 Minutes to Stitch challenge at Life in Pieces .

Julie in GA


  1. Wow, I love your setting triangles. Beautiful colors and love the design.

  2. Those settings are gorgeous! The finished quilt will be spectacular.

  3. Those are interesting setting triangles. I was so intrigued I went to link you gave us for them. What a fab quilt. Blessings and great job on your numbers.

  4. Considering your weird work schedule, you must have really had to sneak in those 15 minutes at odd times. Congrats on getting so much done last week. I'm looking forward to checking out your finished version of Tell it To the Stars.


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