Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Counting 2012

I decided that it might be interesting to count the items I actually accomplished in 2012 (some of which didn't even make the blog, like the tote above - it was completed in December, and there just don't seem to be enough hours in December, if you know what I mean).

Anyway, here goes:

1 Scripture Cover
4 Craftsy BOM Blocks - this was a major fail...  I'm putting the other 8 on my 2013 to-do list
20 Bento Blocks to Swap
62 Bee Blocks
11 Quilts!!!
40 Bow Tie Blocks to Swap
5 Needlebooks
12 Granny Square Blocks - This quilt is on my 2013 to-do list as well
9 Totes - (8 1 Hour FQ Totes + 1 6-Pocket Tote)
48 String Blocks to Swap
12 Pot Holders
1 Apron
3 Pouches
2 Crochet Scarves
3 Crochet Baby Blankets
3 Embellished Dish Towels (seems like there should be more, but I don't have pictures...)
15 GMFG Blocks
1 12-inch Swoon Test Block
4 Pillows
1 Handbag
3 Unfinished Quilt Tops
6 Mug Rugs
7 Mini Quilts
1 Doll Stroller Makeover
20 Baby Announcements
3 Pinnies - (seems like there should be more of these also, but again, no pictures)
4 Cloth Napkins
1 Digital Scrapbook + random pages
1 Basket Block
1 Sewing Machine Cover
16 Lark Swoon Blocks (these were so much work they deserve to be counted separately, I think)
1 Covered Journal
1 Name Tag
2 Knit Tops
1 Casserole Carrier (a tutorial for this is on my 2013 to-do list)
12 Crochet Dish Cloths
1 Key Fob
9 Ornaments
1 Pillow Case
1 Vinyl Poster
48 Anthropologie Blocks

...and a Partridge in a Pear Tree!

No.  Just Kidding.  No Partridge.

But it was a pretty crafty year around the prsd4tim2 studio, and I'm feeling pretty "chuffed" as my British friend says.

On the other hand, there are a lot of unfinished projects on this list.

And LOTS more fabric in the cupboard that's dying to be used.

So here's to a crafty 2013 to all of us!


  1. wow. I wish I had kept a list! I just started a 2013 list, going to do a better job keeping track this year! Nice job

  2. Wow! I am so impressed. You have been very productive.

  3. Wow, that's quite a list. I could probably count mine on my two hands. Working takes the fun out of my crafting life.


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