Stash/Design Wall Monday

I pulled some muddied colors from my stash to the amount of 4.6 yards.  I realized that I like to use and enjoy clear colors (definition by Becky at Piece O' Cake), so off they go to the guild's Thrifty Corner for others to hoard. I used a half yard from my stash to make a row around my LE and then a few tiny scraps more for 4 more star flowers and that's all.  The fabric for the charity quilt was from St. Anne's stash.  Here are my numbers:
in 0.0 yds.; out 5.1 yds.
Stash in YTD: in 9.0 yds., out 107.08 yds.
Donated YTD: 48.06 yds
Net for 2013: out 98.08 yds
On my design wall is the charity quilt I'm working on now:

I'm using up a pile of 7" squares - all different.  Easy peasy to make those half square triangles and build the rows.  I like this pattern because depending on where you focus you can see hour glass blocks, pinwheels, broken dishes, cracker barrels, square in a square. Three more blocks to go for my 36" square.

What's on your design wall?  I'm linking to Judy's Patchwork Times and Lyn's BOMs Away to see eye candy.


  1. The colors in this one are coming out super nicely. :)

  2. I like them as well. Especially the pops of green.

  3. Cannot get over your stash calculations... amazing. Dare I ask how large the stash was when you started figuring it out?? I imagine it was scary.


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