Stash Challenge Yardage

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Re: Stash Challenge Yardage

New postby Pudge99 on Wed Oct 03, 2007 6:55 am

Hmmm! Dorothy!!! The moral decisions you put upon my head. :roll: So as of the 1st of October would say it was a UFO that you then finished after the 1st? Edit your post so that your yardage is in the Subject line and I'll let you slide. But if by some weird quirk of the tides you happened to be the winner I would have to review this decision.
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A couple of rules that need to be stated again.

New postby Pudge99 on Wed Oct 03, 2007 7:18 am

Please post in yardage (not meters) and only in ¼ yard increments (my old brain takes forever to do the conversions).
If you complete an item and use less than a ¼ yard then please hold off on posting it until you have more or....
Rounding to the closest ¼ yard is OK. 1/8th and over round up, less than 1/8 round down.


When you click on Post Reply.
In the subject line it will say “Re: Stash Challenge Yardage” delete this and type in the total yardage amount for this post (not your running total) here.

I know you all think me crazy :roll: to worry about such detais but once we get to chattering about what we are sewing I can quickly skim the subject of new posts to gather the yardage totals and 1/4 yards are easy for me to add quickly in my head.
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New postby bridesmom on Wed Oct 03, 2007 7:25 am

Made 3 Halloween bags, 2 which I lined because I is for the GS who tries to get as much candy as possible, and the other because the fabric is so thin. Thanks Katherine for the idea!! The GKids are thrilled with them. Got a head cold now, which really sucks, cause I can't think!
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New postby Sherri on Wed Oct 03, 2007 7:54 am

My dd and I made a long sleeved turtleneck shirt form a cotton jersey fabric last night. The pattern is from Ottobre magazine.

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Re: Stash Challenge Yardage

New postby DorothyL on Wed Oct 03, 2007 8:03 am

So as of the 1st of October would say it was a UFO that you then finished after the 1st?

Well it certainly wasn't finished on the 1st of October so I guess it was a UFO.

But if by some weird quirk of the tides you happened to be the winner I would have to review this decision.


If by some weird quirk of the tides I win I shall defer the honor to the next in line.
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Re: Stash Challenge Yardage

New postby Pudge99 on Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:15 am

YEAH Mom of Six!

YAHOO bridesmom!

WOO HOO esrun3!

YIPPEE DorothyL!

WAY TO GO sherri!
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Re: Stash Challenge Yardage

New postby Magot on Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:56 am

WOOOT I say indeed - well done for such a great start people!

I will be cheering from the sidelines (or back)
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New postby kittykat on Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:38 pm

boy could not believe how you ladies are perking along here i did a table runner and 2 gift buckets today. had some surgery this past fri. so am getting a slow start. last week would have had a better one. anyway i'm starting slow then i build speed.
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Re: Stash Challenge Yardage

New postby Magot on Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:53 pm

GO KITTYKAT! you are off the starting blocks - better than most!
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Re: Stash Challenge Yardage

New postby pinecone on Thu Oct 04, 2007 3:19 pm

Pudge99 wrote:...Where's everybody else?


Ummm looking thru the stash. I know I won't be in the running for the top 10 but this might be an incentive to get the lead out. Got some UFOs and this might do the trick. Fun to see what everyone is up to though. Gonna sew at the cottage for a couple of days.

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