Stash Report #1 – 2011

Wow, it’s nice to get to start back fresh at ZERO!

I might actually start feeling like I’m accomplishing something . . .

At least for a week or two.

Used this week: 6.92 yds

Used year to date: 6.92 yds

Added this week: .5 yds

Added year to date: .5 yds

Net used in 2011: 6.42 yds

The fabric added was fabric added back in from a project that I didn’t use, so I put it back in my stash and counted it as added, since I had previously counted it as taken out. It’s only fair!

Go see if everyone else is starting the year off right over at JudyL’s. And you should think about joining in, if you aren’t already.

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Published in: on January 2, 2011 at 10:17 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. Seeing this reminds me that if I’m going to keep track this year, I already need to get started. Went to a great sale on New Year’s day and got a bunch of half yard cuts. Yep. That’s what I needed. More fabric. I am not sure I can handle keeping track! haha. BUT, I got a major part of a big UFO done, so I think i would also have a LOT used! So maybe it wouldn’t be too bad.

    Hope you are well, Shelly! How’s your UFO challenge coming? I hope it’s moving along!

  2. Great looking report! And you get extra points for honesty.

  3. Atta Girl! I have contemplated jumping in on this this year, but I’m skeptical. I know myself all too well and I’ll drop the ball somewhere along the line. This week would be easy: 0 added. 0 used. Still waiting to get my machine back.


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