Everyone else is posting a year in review, so I thought I'd do the same. Or at least a review of stuff I blogged about :) I finished A LOT of projects this year. This will mostly outline the projects I completed, but I added in a few other main points.
In January the only project I made completely was the Stupendous Stitching wall hanging from the Craftsy class (my favorite class to date, and I've done a lot of them.) I also made a jelly roll race quilt top. The non-highlight of January was that I badly sprained my wrist. That sucked.
I managed to get a number of projects done this month: Pajama Pants for Kevin Headbands for Courtney,Embroidered Towel for Melissa, Butterfly Shirt for Me, Bib for Violet, and a Mug Rug for Swap
In March I finally finished the first twin quilt for Mom, made Vogue 1224 for me (love this dress!), and some snack baggies for Courtney. The non-highlight of March was getting a retry (fail) on my bronze freeskate test.
The highlight of April was seeing my family, meeting my new niece and going on a cruise. I also made a wine bottle bag and Vogue 1208 dress (which I was proud of at the time, and wore, but Kevin has since told me doesn't look good on me.) I also completed a mini wholecloth quilt, my first micro quilting project- this would turn out to be the year of microquilting!
In May I finished second twin size quilt for Mom, one of my favorite quilts ever, and quilted the colorful quilt I made for myself last year. I also made a dress for Josefina and started a dresden plate quilt, which has since been abandoned. I wonder where it is...
In June I started my shadow trapunto snowflake quilt. I did all the prep work for each block andfinished snowflakes 1, 2, and 3. This is also the month I took up rowing and the highlight: finally passed my bronze freeskate test!
In July I made a wallet, a rosin bag for Cole and snack bags for Kristen. I also finished Snowflakes 4 and 5.
In August I finished the Jelly Roll Race quilt, did the project from the Painted Quilt class from Craftsy (love it), and finished Snowflake 6, 7, and 8. Kevin made me a spool stand which is one of my favorite sewing accessories (he says he made it in June. I wonder why it took me so long to post).
This month I only finished Snowflake 9. I started Snowflake 10...and then the snowflake quilt entered UFO territory.
October was a low project month because of an awesome project- we moved to a new house!!! We had the shortest house hunt ever. I emailed our realtor at the beginning of August that we were sort of kind of thinking about moving, and would he be willing to give us an idea of the market. By Oct. 1 we were in the new house. We are SO happy with it- six years in the old house we put together a wishlist of exactly what we were looking for, and as an added bonus, we have the greatest neighborhood. In random updates, I also attended my first hockey game.
This month I finished a pair of knitted socks (well, I haven't closed the toes yet, I should do that tonight to finish them before the new year.) And made the project from Quick Strip Paper Piecing class on Craftsy.com- it is hanging in the entryway. We also joined a gym and I am really enjoying the aerobics classes.
The big news for December was that I switched jobs. I am enjoying my new position and it seems like it will be a good fit. I also did a number of projects, the Side Setting Table Runner, a fabric wreath (possibly my first pinterest craft?),Violet's stocking, fleece blankets for Violet, Rylee, Conor, Luke and Brody, and a pennant for Cole. I finished snowflake 10 and 11, dyed my first fabric and
began Mario Quilt.
So entering the new year the projects I have in progress are the Mario Quilt, the Snowflake Quilt, and the Dresden Plate. I have also done a few Craftsy classes that I haven't done the project yet (Jeans, Alterations, Thread Art) and would like to.
Overall, it was a good year!