Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Year in Review

The year started off with a broken wrist, 


but along the way I completed several quilts.  







My goal for 2014 is to finish the UFO's that are stacking up.  What are your goals for the New Year??

10 comments:

Michele said...

Oh I have a scar just like that and thankfully it has been a few years since that happened and it has faded a bit. Yours will too in time.

Denise :) said...

Haha! And I have one similar to it, only on my ankle!! Glad that part of the year is behind you...on to 2014!! Happy New Year! :)

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Man, I hope NO MORE broken bones for any of us this year!! You did so many beautiful quilts. Awesome! Wishing you all the best in 2014! blessings ~ tanna
ps I'm definitely down with #3 from the last post. hee hee

Mad about Craft said...

Happy New Year!

evelyn said...

Beautiful quilts! I plan to take each day as it comes this year, and try to see things in a positive light. Happy New Year

claudia said...

My goal and resolution (which I never make!) is to be more crafty this year. This year was noll and void of any craftiness at all, well, except the last week or so. That was my therapy after my father passed away. I have stuff spread out all over the front room now. I don't know how well I will actually do, because at the same time I have to clean out the house and have it renovated. But I am going to try my darndest! Happy New Year to you and your family!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

For starting off the year the way you did, you got a lot done. Glad you are recovered enough to quilt again. Happy 2014!

Carol A. said...

I resolve to start and finish a quilt. I start too many projects but don't finish them-sometimes I think I have adult ADD. I'm going to use your pictures as inspiration. Happy New Year

Ivory Spring said...

Jocelyn,

Happy New Year to you. I love your 2014 goals, by the way. :)

All the very best to you on all your quilting endeavors.

Blessings to you and your household. Hugs.

Pokey said...

I hope you are able to accomplish all your UFO's--but if you are like me, I do not think I could finish everything getting 1 project done a day, lol! Oh well, I'm gonna do my best to get the stash under control. I've started by getting it al(most) all in one room. Now, I'm cutting those little bits and bobs that should be indifferent size bins, and the strippy ones, too. *sigh* 4 bags trimmed, a 1,000 more to go ~
:-}pokey