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Thread: Stash-busting Challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by jillaine View Post
    If it's in your stash, it's stash-busting.

    That sounds great. Pictures will follow in a few days!
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    I made up about 25 small wallets (in the hoop project) and 30 scrub caps for the local hospital shop I consign to. So I'm guessing I used up about 6 yards of fabric from the stash. The only down side is the scrub caps requested are usually the same few fabrics so I will need to buy more fabric when she needs more caps.
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    Great job Vickie, so nice you have that chance to consign. That is a lot of goodies.

    I have only busted 1/2 yard of scraps that I had in a UFO that I made a DQ with, will bust the other 1/2 yard when I get it quilted.
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    Just found this tread and took a hard look at my quilts. These are the ones I finished using my "stash".
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    and one more . . .
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    Oh my goodness!!!! Those are lovely quilts. Even the dog loves them. or is it the bed he loves? LOL

    All this out of your stash, you must buy fabric by the five yard rule.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Neat stash busters!! And that pup would have problems at my house - he'd have to share the bed with a cat who also loves the quilts, but they are usually burrowed under them! All we see are 'lumps'.
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    I posted a top... in process a few days ago... just laid out. I finished piecing it together last night and this morning. There were 245, 5 inch charms, of which only 65 were not of my stash. ONLY because after laying it out, I decided to make it bigger and bought a charm pack. Here is the top... It's a Disappearing 9 patch.

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    Super finish. I love it. Scap quilts, whether planned or not, are my favorites. Awesome job.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    I haven't been on a whole lot lately, but would like to show my two quilts made entirely from my stash. Both were made over this past spring and summer. I had a lot of personal issues going on, so what better way to keep busy! the first was a request from my sister-in-law for her DGD and the second is a couch quilt just for me.
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