An interesting year (aren’t they all?), lots of ups and downs, happiness and sadness, laughter and tragedy. Some of that is documented here in the quilts.
That’s a lot of quilts. I don’t have one favorite. The most meaningful was probably the flowers for the Project Hope Online Quilt Show, that Sandy and Sandi organized in the wake of Sandy Hook and the Boston Marathon. I pushed out of my own comfort zone, and was awed by the variety of responses.
This year the #Twilters on Twitter named themselves and cheered each other on daily during Sew-Ins, give-aways, and project advice, sharing happiness, heartache, and food and pet pictures. Big moments or small, it’s wonderful to have friends who understand. There began the Quiltcast FitBitters group and #QHC (Quilter’s Health Check? I forget again!). Between us we’ve walked millions of miles and lost lots of pounds. All that while being darned creative!
This is my 201st blog post! Thank you all for reading, responding, and commenting! I’ve met some wonderful people from far away places, and it is such a positive community. I plan to keep it going in 2014.
Getting It Done
I know that I accomplished a lot by focusing on the goals I set as part of Getting It Done with Patchwork Times. We all had a lot of fun encouraging each other, and the limited number of goals each month was very helpful. Hopefully, we’ll do it again, but I can also do it myself for 2014. December’s list is vague, because not everyone has received these yet. Also, I forgot photograph some before they were wrapped. 😦
Quilt for DS (Christmas)
Placemats (Christmas) and a table runner!
Here is my list for the year.
- Make ten pillowcases to go with the two I have for donation.
- Make HST commission quilt
- Make string commission quilt
- Scrapitude, step 4
All of you have a safe and festive New Year’s Eve. Join us tomorrow for our New Year’s Day Sew In on Twitter, #NYSI .
May 2014 be prosperous, healthy, productive, and peaceful for you.
I’m linking up with Getting It Done at Patchwork Times.