3 Christmas stockings
2 adult bibs, 1 candy cane ornament, 8 octagon coasters
While not one quilt got finished this year, a lot of other things did get done. A lot of painting and renovations got done in our home and that is where most of my energy was spent. By night time, I was just too tired to do much of anything else. It was easy to catch me napping in my chair with the TV on and some handwork and a cat on my lap.
The OPAM (One Project A Month) that Peg and Kris offer each year has helped me a lot. I will be joining it again for 2014. It is a good motivational tool for me and for others around the world.
With my night guild (Northern Lights Quilting Guild), I've taken on the position of producing the monthly newsletter and for my day guild (Near North Quilter's Guild) I'm on the Programme Committee.
I had better get my butt into gear and finish a few more tops ..... because there are a number of new projects that will get started and there will be a few upcoming posts to show you what is planned for next year! Plus, our guilds' next quilt show is in 2015 and I must have some hand quilted quilts ready for showing and at the pace that it takes me to finish a quilt, I need all the extra time possible to get ready. This is a warning to myself to get going!!!! :o)
You know, looking over my recap, it was a good year after all!
Happy New Year and all the best for 2014!