Wednesday, January 2, 2013

2012 Wrap-up

In 2011 I started way too many things, still working on getting those done! I started fewer things in 2012, and actually got most of them done, plus working on those 2011 UFOs.
1. Cornucopia of Thanks queen size quilt + 4 pillowcases to match (started and finished in 2012)
2. What little boys are made of (baby quilt) & Rain forest bag/tote (started and finished in 2012)
3. Sock Monkey snowball (baby quilt) & matching bag/tote(started and finished in 2012),
4. Noro striped scarf (started and finished in 2012),
5. Farmer's Wife sampler (queen/king, started in 2009,binding done in 2012)
6. Hugs for Marilyn lap size quilt (started and finished in 2012)
7. Opal Draco socks
8. knit towelette (started and finished in 2012),
9. red washcloth, knit (started and finished in 2012),
10. Owl snowball (baby quilt) & matching bag/tote (started and finished in 2012),
11. Nightgown
12. Civil War Christmas twin size quilt (BB CW BOW), started in 2011
13. 8 mug rugs (started and finished in 2012),
14. Christmas Greetings from Elm Creek Manor - large wall hanging, started in 2011
15. KnitPurlHunter KAL shawlette, not sure when I started it, but late 2011 or early 2012

2012 worked on, but not finished
1. Prairie Paisley Patchwork Party - finished top, at long arm quilters, started in 2008
2. Civil War Chronicles - a few more months done, 4 months to go, started in 2011
3. Album blocks - swap from 2011, made another 25 or so, for 49 blocks,
assembled and quilting underway, should be the first finish of 2013, started in 2011
4. Grandmother's Choice BOW - new Barbara Brackman BOW, up to date, only thing started in 2012 that is not done yet
5. Women of the Bible quilt - worked on border, UFO from 2005

I think I completed more than I started, the annual goal. And the first four on the second list will get done this year for sure. The WOBQ, maybe not, just getting more done on it would be good though! Other things I started in 2011, that I would like to finish are:
1. Stars for a New Day
2. Two + 2, a medallion quilt made with jelly rolls
That isn't so bad. I should get a few starts in there too .


TLC said...

Hi Connie. Love your quilts! The new header picture is adorable. Can you give me a clue on your finished list? Do I have to go in and list one item at a time to keep the text from wrapping? OR do you use some type of punctuation to separate lines? I thought that I would be able to copy and paste from Word, but everything mushes together when I paste. Happy New Year!

ConnieB/CA said...

I googled line break HTML and found out the
will give line breaks. Seems to work!

ConnieB/CA said...

OK, it doesn't show in the comment, < br > with no spaces is the line break code