Thursday, December 31, 2015

2015 in review

It's that time of year, when everyone (or almost everyone) posts a summary of their completed projects for the year so I'm doing it too.  I don't feel at all that I accomplished much this year and I'm not happy about that but the time commitment for Girl Scouts really made a major dent in my sewing time.  All in all, 11 projects is better than 1.
I completed only a couple of quilts and this is really unusual for me but I have 3 more that are in the final stages and will be completed early in January so the new year will be off to a good start.  My plan for 2016, in part, is to get a lot more of my UFOs quilted and bound and I'm working on my list of goals for the year.  

So it is goodbye to my 2015 quilting year.  I sincerely hope 2016 is much better.

7 of you added your own colorful comments:

  1. Congratulations on all you accomplished in 2015!

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  2. great list and that you have projects already lined up for next year!

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  3. Happy new year. In the end and as time passes, you may see that your volunteer work with girl scouts was just a great "finish" as quilts. Do look at it that way, as in life we all make compromises! Good luck into 2016.

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  4. You can quilt later, but your daughter won't be a Girl Scout forever, and time spent with her is the most precious!!! Happy New Year.

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  5. Even with all of the time you spent with Girl Scout activities, you still managed to accomplish a lot. I have never regretted the amount of time I spent with my daughter and our troop when she was growing up, but there are a few quilts I made that I definitely question what I was thinking of.

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  6. Happy New Year! All the best to you in 2016. That's a pretty impressive collage of your 2015 projects. Getting some UFOs done up and finished will be a great start.

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