Stash Bash

I’ve never met a crafter without a stash of some kind. This year my goal is to use up all the craft supplies I have spent money on that are taking up mental and physical space in my life.  Join me here every Thursday for a Stash Bash.   

I can’t believe I forgot to post the Stash Bash last week,  days are just flying by lately around here.  I have been super busy of course with the farm (by the way, I have an update on Broody the chicken, thats tomorrows post) and house chores and undoing the disaster that has become of my sewing room.  I am making lots of progress and was able to sit at my sewing machine a few days ago though I now need to organize it in order to sew something.

I have been working on this rainbow afghan for baby bean and am finally seeing some progress.  I originally bought enough yarn to complete it but can’t find one of the bags of yarn so hopefully it is in the sewing room somewhere but I have enough to do a bunch more rows.  I can’t wait to see it in the crib!

So what have you been up to?  If anyone still remembers to check on my Stash Bash and wants to link up, I have added the Mr Linky to the bottom of this post.

Here’s what to do. There are no rules. 
Just use what you have and try to not buy new supplies, unless you need it to complete a project that you are making from stuff you already have in your stash. 
Take a picture of your project or progress and blog about it or post a picture to flickr.
Then come back here on Thursdays and post a link to your post.
Don’t forget to link back to the Stash Bash so others can find us and get encouraged too.
Fair enough?     

P.S.  Its so nice to hear from other stash bashers so if you visit some of the links don’t forget to leave them a quick little comment.

If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or follow me by email at the top right hand of the screen to have future posts sent to you. Tricia (Crunchy Catholic Momma)


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One Response to Stash Bash

  1. Charlene Brown November 24, 2015 at 12:51 am #

    What yarn did you use?

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