This is usually one of my favorite posts of the year, but this time around I keep looking at my totals and refusing to believe that I only finished three quilts -- two baby quilts and little wall hanging -- in 2015. That can't be right!
There was lots of mindless stockinette and ribbing, letting the pretty yarn do most of the work....
And there were some more challenging socks. Some, like Fischernetze and the Catnip socks, weren't as complicated as I thought they'd be. The Owlie socks and the Fly socks just about did me in. They weren't that hard, but they were sure nerve-wracking.
I embroidered a bunch more vintage designs for the Garden Party quilt and although I've probably got enough done for a lap quilt, I'm still having too much fun to think about stopping anytime soon.
2015 was a wild year. I don't know what 2016 has in store, but I definitely hope there's a lot more quilting involved!
What a plethora of beautiful handmade items to treasure. I did the reverse, finished more quilts and less socks, but that is fine. I have many more UFOs in the quilting area. I want to know what program do you use to arrange all your pictures in the tile format. That is cool. Hope your 2016 year is even better.
I hope so too! My finishes were way down this year, but I've resolved to clear out my UFOs, which means what were going to be full-size quilts will now become lap-size or baby quilts!
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