My year in review

I am going for the alternative review today so here goes:

Most special moment:-  Well this one is easy my son was born in August and my oldest son is over the moon with his new little brother, what more cold I ask for.

In the hospital
In the hospital

Projects still in progress:- Well I couldn’t really do a list of my work completed as because quite frankly it would be very small.

  • THAT Scarf, that is what I call it now seriously will  it ever be finished?a little longer
  • A christmas cushion
  • a tote bag
  • my son’s patchwork quilt
patchwork
patchwork

Disclaimer: this is probably not a complete list, there may be more hidden round the house that I may have stored for a later date.

Did I blog at least twice a week? (as per last years resolutions) Hahaha That is all I have to say on that one!

Seriously though this has been my year of learning…

What did I learn from this year:

  • How to cut straight with a rotary cutter, seriously this was not easy for me! (p.s I could not remember the name of that knife thingy, I had to look it up on the net until I came across what I was looking for: rotary cutter. Oh 8 hour sleeps how I miss you)
  • Not to be so critical of myself when it comes to sewing, my sons quilt rarely matches up but you know what he will love it so why was I worrying? (well he will love it once it is finished that is!)

What did I achieve?

  • I guess giving the tote bags away to family was a big thing. Hardly anyone in my family (or friends) knew that I was blogging or sewing!

I hope to have an actual finished project list for 2015. Fingers crossed….

2 thoughts on “My year in review

  1. You have a new born son, and a little one older, I think its marvellous that you have made a quilt and knitted your scarf! When my children were that young, it was a miracle if I managed to be dressed by 3pm! let alone have time to sew. I think you are doing a fantastic job, the sleep deprivation is a nightmare, so nap when you can. big hugs x

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