In the holiday craziness it is easy to think only on the projects that didn’t make the list or weren’t finished. While I may enjoy the challenge (trust me, it usually is some sort of challenge), my loved ones don’t enjoy being in second place to projects during the holiday crafting season. Besides, the year isn’t only about the holidays… it is about the WHOLE year. All the challenges, the smiles, the hugs and maybe even the tears. Please join me as I take a look back.
returned button to button boots, Replaced buttons on leather coat, Shortened zip in running tights, Altered bridesmaid dress, returned pompom to knit hat, Changed “Maid” to “Man” on tote bag, Altered 2 Halloween costumes & mended my silk stocking, Hemmed 21 curtains, 2 pair of black jeans, Running shorts, Altered Santa’s hat and vest
DC’s birthday hat & scarf, Velvet baby blanket, 2 scarf & hat sets, Multiple guest blogs for motorsport.com, 2 Easter sweaters from 1915 pattern, Too Cool T-shirt quilt, 4 piece vintage knitted layette, Finally finished Hawaiian quilted pillow sham, Started working on denim shawl for myself, quilted cacti wall hanging, a red and a purple sweaters, boutis quilting (more on those later)
(Or as I like to call them, runs). Taji 100 Challenge, Mt. Angel Vollksfest 5k, Carlton,CA 5K (this also qualifies for travel), Spirit of Oregon 5K, Silver Falls 5K trail run (my first), Superhero 1K, Hazel Nut 5K, and the Jingle Dash 5K
Taught 25 motorcycle safety classes
Historical Sew Monthly:
Despite being so very pumped about this year’s challenges and starting one, I finished none. I have super high hopes for 2020.