Friday, February 24, 2012

2011 Revisited

I was feeling a little down the other night, and decided to look back and see how much I actually accomplished in 2011.  I made a list.  I have to admit it made me feel somewhat better.

 I had a graduate...


and a bride, including 1 greatly altered wedding dress...

 and a wedding, of course...

a few trips to the beach...
and one to Quilt Market...

and Sewing Summit...

3 dresses (and some sewing lessons)...

400 wedding invitations...

110 thank you notes...

9 quilts completed...

144 quilt blocks (not including those for the finished quilts)...


And some quilting lessons...

1 mini quilt...

  3 mug rugs...

4 hoops...

1 sewing machine cover...

1 growth chart...

1 i-pod case...

5 appliqued onesies (with doggies, of course)...

8 pillows...

15 bags/totes (including a couple of tutorials)...

 1 craft apron...

12 place mats...

10 dish towels...

14 pot holders...

4 aprons...

  16 chair covers for primary...

1 scripture cover...


12 hexie needlebooks (and a tutorial)...

6 pinnies...

2 Christmas tree skirts...

4 Christmas stockings...

1 chemo cap...

1 wall hanging...

48 jars of jam (and some canning lessons)...

1 knife case...

3 fabric postcards...

1 zipper pouch...

14 Christmas ornaments...

30 crocheted snowflake ornaments...

and one little blog.

6 comments:

  1. WOW! You did so much last year!

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  2. Oh my gosh, you should just keep a little list by your machine to perk you up when you need it. That's a load of great stuff you did in 2011!

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  3. Holy cow, wow! How in the heck did you do all that? I think I maybe did 1/16th of that last year! WOW WOW!

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  4. Erm....WOW!!! I can't believe how much you got accomplished, so many beautiful things (especially the beautiful bride in her gorgeous dress!)

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  5. Wow, I'm retired and didn't accomplish nearly as much. You must stay busy almost every waking hour.

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  6. PS I was wondering where the wedding was. The area looks familiar.

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