No changes in or out on my stash report. We have been busy in the garden. We have added worms to the garden, counting on the little wrigglers to make compost out of garbage.
We have buried 5 buckets in different spots in the garden and we will see if we can get a better soil. The price of most garden supplies has jumped at least 20 percent, especially fertilizer.
Stash report May 15, 2022
fabric added: 0 yards
fabric added year to date: 49 yards
fabric used: 0 yards
fabric used year to date: 128 yards
79 yards used more than bought.
I sewed 1 days last week. Again, I didn't even go to friday group sew.
I have started the border on the friendsheep rug. I have added a black wool "binding" all around so that I can hook to the very edge. I am using recycled white and black wool on the border.
I am linking to:
patchwork and quilts
I just love those sheep! We have been doing lots of yard work too…more on deck today. Gail aka the Cozy QuilterReplyDelete
I am amazed at how you keep track of your fabric!ReplyDelete
So exciting that you are working on the border!ReplyDelete
How fun to start on the border of your lambs project! Yes, prices have certainly gone up! Little worms, time to get to work! Take good care!ReplyDelete
I hope the worm work will do the job.ReplyDelete
The border looks good, your sheeps are nearly done!
Thank you for sharing, and linking up ;)
Love the wool rug! That border is perfect. It's fascinating to me because I don't hook. Just love watching the process! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete
I never got a compost pile to do anything for me...tried 3 years in a row. Maybe my missing ingredient was the worms.ReplyDelete
I love the rug! I smile every time I see it.ReplyDelete