It’s one of those weekends…I have so many things I want to work on–but not so much time! I’m really hoping to finish my “Picnic” top, sew a couple of bindings, and applique’ this Dresden (center fabric is Kona Aqua).
Stash report for the week…nothing out…nothing! One bolt of Moda Bella Bleached White (15 yards–eek) came in! My Fig Tree Club kit from FatQuarterShop also came in; this will make a great table runner and placemats and added up to 4 ½ yards. So..19 ½ in and nothing out makes 100 ¾ yards in this year with 58 yards used year-to-date, leaving me with 42 ¾ yards added.
Please know also that my heart and prayers go out to all of those in Japan affected by the recent natural disasters. The images are heartbreaking, and I hope that all of my Japanese blog friends and their families are safe.
Next week will be a busy one on the blog. I have several book reviews coming up along with giveaways for a couple of them. See you soon!
I hear you, Sherri. I have SO much that I want to do – but that darned treadmill and elliptical call my name first and foremost.
But – those sewing room projects will be there, I'm sure. LOL
The dresden would be the first on my list to work on. It's beautiful and I love the aqua center.
Your picnic top is just beautiful…..
Yes, really really tragic about Japan…
That is a VERY pretty dresden plate! What size? are you applique-ing it by hand or machine?
hmmm…can totally relate. it's already saturday evening and i haven't done much…
i love the bleached white (btw, thanks for pointing this out to me some time ago!) and if the shipping & customs weren't so prohibitive, i'd get a bolt of it right away!
oh, i've seen you've switched from full view to only a preview of your post to be readable in a rss-reader…hmmm…:(
have a wonderful weekend,
What a lovely Dresden plate.
The colours are very nice.
Sew Many Ways... says
I've been so busy lately, haven't had time to read all the wonderful blogs out there. I knew if I stopped by here your inspiration wouldn't disappoint. I love this Dresden and all your other projects…just beautiful! Hope you and your family are doing well.
Magnolia Bay Quilts says
Love your Dresden block! Such great fabrics. Hope you find some time to play!
Love your dresden and especially the blue fabric for the circle. Goes do well.
Mary on Lake Pulaski says
I'm so FAR behind on all my projects after leaving for two weeks with no sewing machine. What will your beautiful Dresden be?
Nice dresden you are making.
58 yards out in less than three months?! Amazing.
Farah Muzaffar says
Very beautiful Sherry … so cheerful looking waiting for the completed project… its beautiful one
Happy spring time
Hope you like to pay a visit to my new spring arrangement saved in a cloche
I love the Dresden…I made two pillowcases from the pattern, and loved them!
Material Mary says
That Dresden block is gorgeous. My mom, sister and I were sewing rings yesterday. I have not made a dresden yet–but now I want to!!
Pretty Amy Butler Dresden!
I love the dresden so very much…I hope you had time to really enjoy some quality sewing time this weekend!!
Love allyour projects…as always…:0)
But am disappointed that no photos are showing and that just a few lines is showing for your blogpost…have to say I don't like short feeds… takes way to long time to visit a blog… Sorry… You have such a nice blog … Dont destroy it on this… :0)
Mama Pea says
Looks like some great projects. Love your Dresden plate! That whole bolt of fabric really kills ya, doesn't it?! Looking forward to next week. Hope you got lots of time to sew this weekend. I hardly had any time to sew!
love, love, love that dresden plate…..
better get sewing to get those numbers going in the other direction!
I thought about keeping track and then I thought do I really want to know?
LOL Have a great week!
Yes, I know what you mean! Lots of sewing to do, but not enough time to do it 🙂 At least we're not bored! Love the Dresden plate!
Love your dresdens! Are these made the same way as the Christmas dresdens? I saw you going back and forth between the table runner and the Fat Cat ruler. They look the size to me. Thanks for inspiring!