Saturday, December 31, 2011

In the End...

It's been a very busy year.
Lots of sewing has been done.
Surprisingly, more 'other' stuff
than quilts, though.
Interesting, hey?

Lots of starts and
lots of finishes
(gotta say, though...
all the things started in 2011 were
not finished and all the finishes 
were not of things started in 2011...
know what I'm sayin'?)

Tote bags, doll quilts, baby quilts,
lap quilts, sampler quilts, sleeping bags,
coin purses, kleenex cozies, dog/cat mats,
and other miscellaneous items.

Here are some of my favorites...

If you'd like to see everything
I finished in 2011, click on the
'2011 Finishes' tab just under
the header photo.

I still have many works in progress....
mostly quilts that need
quilting and binding.
Wouldn't take much to get them done...
just to pick one and get going on it.

Perhaps a plan is in order.
To finish one from my list of wip's
for every new one I start!

Sound good?
Okay.

Like my friend, Kelley,
I have a huge stash of supplies...
cotton fabric, 
thread & floss,
batting,
books & patterns.
Also like my friend, Kelley,


"I don't need a thing but
time to use it up
." 
(well said, Kelley!)


That's the second part of my plan...
use from what I have.

How about you?
What is your plan for the new year?


I wish you all a very 
Happy & Healthy New Year!





"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."Jeremiah 29:11

3 comments:

Dog Trot Farm said...

Jacque, I cannot get over all the wonderful projects you have accomplished this year. Maybe there is hope for me in 2012! Wishing you a Happy New Year, Julie and Tag too. Peace and Plenty, Julie.

Farm Girl said...

Dear Jacque, It is amazing to me how much you got finished this year. You were sick too. I am so thankful for your friendship you have taught me so much.
Have a great start to your New Year.

Anonymous said...

I love that you put the picture of my purple tote as one of your favorites.
I love that bag!!
Have a good day and a wonderful new year full of projects to keep you busy, busy, busy.
Joyce

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