Isn’t it wonderful to start with a clean slate? All zeroes! A fresh start! For anyone not familiar with the stash reports, here’s how they work:
- You do not need to know how much fabric is in your stash.
- You do not need to have a big stash. This can simply be a report to track your uses and additions through the year.
- All you do is report on your own blog, how much fabric you used and how much fabric you added each week, along with cumulative totals.
- You decide how you want to report. You can report fabric used once you start the project and it comes out of your stash and into a UFO bag, or you can report the fabric as used when the project is completed. I count it as used when the top is done, then add more when the top is quilted (backing fabric) and again when the binding is added.
Please consider joining us. No one tracks who’s reporting every week and who isn’t. Do it as long as it’s fun and then . . stop! Simple as that.
Nothing was added this week. The fabric used was for the Blame Game top, backing and binding.
Used this Week: 14 yards
Used year to Date: 14 yards
Added this Week: 0 yards
Added Year to Date: 0 yards
Net Used for 2014: 14 yards
Denise :) says
We were opposites this week . . . you used, I purchased! Happy New Stash Year! 🙂
Sharon in Michigan says
Do I understand this correctly – you need your own blog to participate? Thanks for clarification. Enjoy 2014!
Fran in MS says
Enjoy reading your blog. Lookong forward to another year of reading, learning, and hopefully making a small dent in my stash.
Great start to 2014! Thanks for hosting the stash report. I’m starting year 4 of tracking. Hard to believe it’s been that long!
Katie Z. says
I already blew my nice fresh start! That’s what happens with a birthday in January!
Me too–couldn’t resist a 35% off sale to ease the pain of turning 50 this week!
Valerie Boudier says
Haven’t got a blog so will report in comments, used 1.35 metres, bought 0 – sure that last figure won’t stay that way for long – have a few bits on order but they haven’t arrived yet
Kim Andrews says
I am interested in doing this. Wondering if I am in the middle of a quilt, already pulled the fabric for it, busy cutting out and sewing blocks, WHEN do I account for the fabric used? Beginning? While making blocks? When finished? Do you estimate fabric used, or actually measure and add it up?