Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Best of 2021


I've participated in 'The Best' party every year and I think it is good to go back thru the year's posts to see just what was accomplished - usually more than we think.  Be sure to visit the LINKY PARTY  or maybe even participate.

I took part in many blog hops thru the year, put my piece for the Show Your Stripes hop produced a piece that was on my year's "NEW" list.  It also became a traveling teaching project, which I enjoyed so much.

I used the ONE MONTHLY GOAL for a large part of the year.  It got to pull out a lot of projects and get them done OR finally quilt some tops.  I did manage to empty one tote of 'tops to be quilted' for the year.

I am so proud of my little quild.  We have met around the Covid restrictions - even doing some meetings outdoors when needed.  They all participated in our 'group' entry for Hands2Help and the quilts went to our Community Chatholic Charity office in time fo Easter family baskets.

Our very vintage Heritage roses were fabulous for the year.  This one was in it's full glory when we suddely lost our eldest brother.  My quilting year went on a little hiatus as I grieved and took care of his estate.

Next year I plan to concentrate on more finishing rather that startings.  Things can grow from there.

Sewingly Yours,



Karen's Korner said...

Sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. I look forward to seeing your finishes during the coming year on the various link ups and blog hops. Take care.

sewyouquilt2 said...

So sorry for your loss. I look forward to seeing and being inspired by all your projects

Michele said...

Your little guild is really wonderful and the quilts I'm sure were greatly appreciated.

The Joyful Quilter said...

I love that Cheryl asks us to take a look back through the year. You are SEW right about what a surprise it can be! I like that I can catch up on some really wonderful projects of bloggers that I don't normally follow or (in the case of your blog) be reminded of some lovely projects that I might have forgotten about by the end of the year. Glad to hear that you were able to get back on track with your quilting once your brother's estate was settled, Sharon. Again, I am so sorry for your family's loss. Best wishes for a Quilty New Year!

Cheryl said...

Beautiful finishes and rose bush! Thanks for linking up and Happy New Year!

Nann said...

I'm sorry for your loss, Sharon. Hopefully the beautiful roses will be a comforting reminder of his life and legacy.....I really, really like the owl on the striped background!

Sherry said...

I always enjoy visiting your blog and seeing your quilt projects and pictures from your home. So sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. Thanks for sharing your creativity and I wish you the best in the New Year.


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