I wasn’t going to do this, but it is fun to look back and see that you’ve accomplished more than you thought you had. Because of the way I work, most of these were started in other years, and finished this year.
My Noah rug is one of my favorites this year.
This is a little scrap quilt that I made for a woman’s shelter. I actually made a second one but did not document that one.
The artful log cabin quilt from the Katie Pasquini Masopust class.
And “My Flower Garden” made from the leftover strips from the above quilt.
This was a top I made long ago, and just finished quilting this year. (Thank you, Juki!)
Another top I made a LONG time ago, and also just quilted this year.
A little improv scrap quilt. I like this one. I don’t know where it is right now
Dust if you Must–made from an internet poster that was making the rounds. I changed it just a bit to personalize it.
Worlds within Worlds.
A second kantha blanket.
The Light of the World. I enjoyed making this one, and it went fairly quickly.
Pink is Pink.
O Death Where is thy Sting? Finished previously, but the cross was beaded this summer.
As you might know, many other projects were started this year. I hope that I will be able to finish as many in the coming year.