Sunday, May 3, 2009

On the Record

Items finished in the First Quarter of 2009

January

Draw-string bags * for a medical mission (60 bags, using 10 yards of fabric)
Short-cuffed socks (5 pair, using 10.5 ounces of scrap yarn)
Seven-inch garter squares * (30 squares, using 1 pound 7.1 ounces of yarn)
Twelve-inch garter squares * (5 squares, using 1 pound 8.5 ounces of yarn)
Twined rugs #20 & 21 (2 rugs, using 8 pair of adult blue jeans and 30 yards of fabric - old sheets, clothing, and scraps)
Adult mittens (1 pr, using 3 ounces of wool)

February

Short-cuffed socks (1 pair, using 2.1 ounces of scrap yarn)
Valentine Pennie Pockets * (8 pockets for hospital auxiliary sale, using 6 fat quarters)
Stitched Valentines * (12 for hospital auxiliary sale, using scrap and waste fabric)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Crayon Box, using 10.3 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Jewel of the Nile, using 1.5 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Flower Power, using 1.5 ounces of yarn)
Twined rug #22 (1 rug, using 4-5 pair of adult blue jeans and 15 yards of fabric - old sheets, clothing, and scraps)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Creamsicle, using 8.1 ounces of yarn)
Seven-inch garter squares * (16 squares, using 13 ounces of yarn)
Flannel baby blanket * (30 inches square, using 1 yard of fabric, and multiple flannel scraps)
Short-cuffed socks (3 pair, using 5 ounces of scrap yarn)
Flannel baby blankets * (10 blankets, 36 inches square, using 1 twin-sized flannel sheet set, 1 flannel, flat double-sized sheet, fabric scraps, and 6 yards of fabric)
Scrappy Heart paper-pieced blocks (odd scraps of fabric)
Quilt Blocks (2 for Stashbusters Ugly Fabric Sampler, using fabric from stash)

March

Baby Taggy Ribbon Blankets * (6 for hospital gift shop, using flannel scraps and ribbon)
Quilt Blocks (2 for Stashbusters Ugly Fabric Sampler, using fabric from stash)
Flannel baby blanket * (1 blanket, 36 inches square, using flannel scraps and 1 yard fabric)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Arctic Ice, using 8.4 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Shawl * (Misty Grey, using 1 ounce of reclaimed wool yarn)
Twined rug #23 (1 rug, using 4-5 pair of adult blue jeans and 15 yards of fabric - old sheets, clothing, and scraps)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Chutes & Ladders, using 8.4 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Kiwi Surprise, using 1.5 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Little Princess, using 12 ounces of yarn)

April

Seven-inch garter squares * (17 squares, using 14 ounces of yarn)
Quilt Blocks (2 for Stashbusters Ugly Fabric Sampler, using fabric from stash)
Knitted Bird Ornament * (1 for Fiber Guild Christmas Tree Auction, using reclaimed wool yarn)
Linen Calendar Tote Bags (12 bags, using 12 calendars and 5.5 yards fabric from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Neon Rainbow, using 1.5 ounces from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Summer Sky, using 1.5 ounces of yarn)
T-shirt Trivet (1 knit trivet, using "yarn" cut from old T-shirts)
Helmet Liner & Neck Gator * (2 helmet liners & 1 neck gator, using 6.4 ounces of reclaimed wool yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Chocolate Covered Cherries, using 1.5 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Lemon Drop, using 1.5 ounces of yarn)
Seven-inch garter squares * (24 squares, using 1 pound 2.8 ounces of yarn)

Supply Totals for this quarter
Yarn: 10 pounds 11 ounces
Fabric: 85 yards
Blue Jeans recycled: 18 pair

6 comments:

  1. My gosh, you put me to shame. All that you've accomplished so far this year! That's wonderful!

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  2. You are so prolific! I don't think I've made my bed as many times as you've completed projects. I need to get focused. Let me know if you ever run out of yarn. I see a lot of bargains in thrift stores and garage sales.

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  3. As i have said before....You are an inspriration! May you never run out of yarn and fabric and enthusiasm.

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  4. Amazing!! Looking forward to reading about second quarter statistics.
    {{hugs}}

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  5. wow! thats amazing...
    God Bless you..

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  6. I knew you had accomplished a lot, but when it's listed out like this, it's even more than I thought. Congratulations on being so productive and serving others with your talents. You inspire me to do more.

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