Sunday, October 13, 2013

Stash Report Sunday Week 41, 2013

My trend of no fabric movement in or out continues, and I'm trying to remain accountable by posting.  Linking to Patchwork Times.

Used This Week: 0 yards 
Used Year to Date: 10.25 yards  
Added This Week: 0 yards  
Added Year to Date: 46.375 yards  
Net Used for 2013: -36.125 yards

I have continued working on Grandma's Scrap Bag this week and currently have the blocks from 9 of 15 rows sewn together into rows and they are pinned to the design wall.  I did a couple of the rows this morning after church but for some reason, don't feel like sewing today, maybe I will again later.  
We're almost at mid-month already.  Sure would love for this time-thing to slow down some.  I need to decide on a new project for the November NewFO at Cat Patches.  Report time will be here before I know it.  I really need to get a quilt or two to the point of hand-sewing the would help me keep my legs warm now that it's more chilly in the house because of much lower night time temps.  I'd much rather have these temps than the summer ones!

Yesterday I celebrated, along with hundreds of others, the home-going of my friend Panda's husband.  The memorial was wonderfully done telling of the man her husband was and giving glory to the Lord.  When he left his earthly body, he was on the golf course during free time while on their fellowship group's annual retreat.  His departure was quick.  Something perhaps we should all take notice of, in that our lives on this earth are but a mere breath compared to eternity, and we may not have a final breath in which to ask the Lord to be the Lord of our lives, thankfully he was a believer, and also, as he was so relatively young (just 67) that we never know our day or hour, and should strive all the more to hold our relationships with others as precious in all ways.



  1. home goings are sweet when the person has made their peace with God and Christ but bitter sweet for those left behind. next month it'll be 2 years since Dave feels like yesterday.

  2. Your Grandma's Scrap Bag quilt is looking good. Are you making it all from your "scrap bag"?


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...