September Monthly Report

Wednesday, October 5, 2022


Happy October! It's time to reflect on what I worked on in the month of September and check in with my crafty goals and stash tracking. See past monthly reports here.


This month's report is jam packed! I did a lot of sewing in September! I finished two quilts, one I've already posted about (here: Floral Chain Quilt). The other quilt I finished was my Vintage Sheet Bear Paw Quilt, which I'll hopefully be posting soon. I just need some sunshine so I can photograph it. It felt good to finish not one but TWO quilts! I can't remember the last time I finished two quilts in one month. Very fancy!


I also started a new quilt. I dyed some more lawn fabric and cut out a lawn indigo quilt. I haven't started sewing it yet, but everything is cut!





I made four lined drawstring bags this month. I shared details about all four of them in this post. It was fun to play around with some different variations from the expansion pattern.

Lined Drawstring Bag Pattern + Expansion Pattern


To keep myself accountable for my stash goals, I track my yardage for fabric and yarn each month. Read more about how I track here. Here is how I did in September:

September Fabric
Used up: -28.25 yard
Brought in: 3 yards
Net: -25.25 yards
Year to date: -46 yards

September Yarn
Used up: 0 yards
Brought in: 0 yards
Net: 0 yards
Year to date: -1000 yards

I bought fabric this month! I finally made it to Cate's Sew Modern in Guilford, CT. Picked up a few fat quarters and some holiday fabrics to use in the drawstring bag sew along later this year. Thankfully I used up a lot of fabric this month, so that more than offset what I brought in.


I started a crochet project!! I am crocheting a scrappy yarn basket using this tutorial. I used this skillshare class to help me get started. It's using up so much leftover yarn, which is making me so happy!


Let's check in my with 2022 crafty goals. This month I:
- Completed a TWO term WIPs this month!!
- Knitted a little on my mitten WIP.


Kitty enjoying the sun and a quilt :)

Have a Great Month!

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5 comments :

Charlotte M. said...

Nice job on all the sewing. I find the change to fall ups my sewing game too. Your dahlia's are beautiful!

Shasta Matova said...

You have had a very productive month! The floral chain quilt is beautiful, and I love the texture of the quilt your cat is resting on.

Debbie said...

What a terrific sewing month you had... not only quantity, but the variety was fun to see.

Anonymous said...

I am loving all of your Catherine Holm ware. I lived in Norway and when I married that was our first gift for the kitchen. I still use it almost everyday and the colors are vibrant to this day. Love your kitty and your quilts. Thank you for sharing.

Noblequilts@gmail.com said...

Yes, I'm making that basket too. Great way to use up scrap yarn