And here's a picture of where I am so far. I'm ready to start the next rosette over. Nine more to go, I think.
Like I said earlier, I had some fun shopping this month, and my in numbers show it, just a bit. These numbers go back to the beginning of August.
Used this month: 3 yards
Used this year: 51.9 yards
Added this month: 10.5 yards
Added this year: 86.25 yards
Net stash added: 34.35 yards
Oh dear, that's a lot worse than I thought it was. Oh well, the stash needed refreshing. LOL! I was thinking that finishing a few quilts and a couple of backs would put me back in the black, but I think it's beyond that now. Ah well, it's been fun!
I'm linking up to Judy's Fabric Report, Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching and Angie's WIPs Be Gone. Then I think I'll start work on the next rosette.
You are in very deep! It will take a lot of sewing to get out of the red, but I think you are up for it !! Nice colourful project!ReplyDelete
Your rosettes are so pretty! And don't feel bad about a little refresh - we all need some new fabric from time to time!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous project! You have done a beautiful job transitioning your colors. Wouldn't worry about the stash too much....life goes on.ReplyDelete
It's fabulous... I am clapping and loving it!ReplyDelete
I am in awe of all your itty bitty pieces. This is just stunning!ReplyDelete
I can't stop looking at the pictures.
Your quilt is stunning!ReplyDelete
Each rosette is a fabulous addition to the whole. This is my favorite La Passacaglia - your color choices are stunning.ReplyDelete