Sunday, November 14, 2010

A full, motivating day & Stash Report 11/8 to 11/14

5:55 AM---wide awake! BUT, I resisted climbing out of bed....I was going to give myself until 6:30. The last time I recall looking at the clock, it was staring back at me saying 6:23, but I OBVIOUSLY fell back asleep before I looked again....because the next thing I knew: it was 7:15. Time to start the day.

French toast and scrambled eggs for breakfast; a lil' bit of mass tidy-ing up by all parties; and then by 8:30, I had my nose in my Statistics book with the intent of prepping for the upcoming week. These few sections I accomplished today will be more than sufficient to get us through this shortened week (no school on Friday).

SO......6 hours later....

... I finally made my way downstairs and I jumped right back in to the In Flight units; I needed to finish piecing 120 triangle units, and then....

...LOTS of pressing! 240 total units need pressing; I'm only half finished.

Taking Bonnie's advice (and because I have NOT been liking the fact that I have needed to cut my threads between chains...), I prepped some more leaders-n-enders pieces. I have been working on my Buckeye Beauty Fall swap units, so I chained up a few more strips and twosies in order to make another batch of 4-patches.

And I have an update on the June Mystery quilt's name...Linda from NZ suggested "Crossing over to Winter" which DID get me thinking about the possible name. Since this quilt is most likely destined for a DEAR DEAR graduate in May 2011, the name "Transitions" is striking me as quite appropriate. So, Linda....thank you for kick starting me towards this quilt name!!!

And a drum roll please......
it has been WEEKS!!! since I've updated my stash report.....

Stash Report: November 8 - 14
5.646 yards
0 yards

189.049 yards
185 yards

Net used:
4.049 yards


katie z. said...

You're doing great!

Barb in Mi said...

Wohoo, back in the black - good for you!

Jennifer said...

Congrats on getting back in the black. Love your transitions quilt.

Tamera said...

YEAH! You're in the black. Congrats!

Candace said...

You may not have gotten a real early start, but you sure got a lot done. Love the name of the quilt for a graduate. Your Flight units are looking good, but hope you don't have sore wrists from all the pressing.

jillquilts said...

The name is perfect! Great job on all you got done and for being in the black on your stash report. Although, being in the red is so much fun!! ;)