Forgive my slowness


1. some of my recent work :: hand bound books, handmade soap, dress pattern making, hatmaking, handmade paper making & sewing up accessories., 2. Sitting Pretty, 3. ***************************, 4. The End of the Couch, 5. A Day at Twinkle, 6. A Day at Twinkle, 7. Hemlock Ring Bowl, 8. doily love, 9. Hemolock Ring Blanket, 10. doily play, 11. Green and Gorgeous, 12. Crochet motifs, 13. Embroidery Find, 14. collection of doilies, 15. Spring Bag Front, 16. Untitled, 17. Pile of crochet motifs, 18. Hers, detail 5, 19. portobello wallpaper, 20. It feels good, 21. an arrangement, 22. Design on a Dime: Eclectic Kitchen, 23. Skirt, 24. white on white, 25. At home with graygoosie, 26. A Snow Heart For You :) xoxox, 27. Boho Chic Meets Tailored Classic, 28. Finished, 29. I (heart) pink!, 30. Doll Quilt Swap 5, 31. needle roll, 32. Ella grey, 33. DSC_4638, 34. Pop Garden Paisley Ice, 35. Menina Mo├ža primavera 2008, 36. Folks in the Northwest Don't Tan

Sorry about the long pause between posts. Not only did I have the normal holiday "stuff" pregnancy brain has kicked in full gear with a month to go my brain is mush. Trust me I wouldnt be surprised if I find my phone in the fridge one of these days!

So since I am so slow in general lately I wont feel too bad that I am going to post my crafty resolutions three days into the new year!

* Sew more for the kids. This year I hardly made anything for Leila, no clothes for sure and that I really regret.

*Sew more for myself. I try these great projects for others and then never make one for myself, first on my list- a knitting needle tote.

* Make one full size quilt.

*Keep my sewing space organized.

*Get rid of the clutter! Hold on to supplies that I will actually use/love. ( I am thinking I may do giveaways of flat rate boxes FULL of supplies, stay tuned this year!)

*Keep knitting. ( I have been a knitting machine lately, more on that later)

*Learn to knit in the round.

*Learn to crochet.

*Start scrapbooking. (I am really inspired by Elsie of the Red Velvet Art)

*Save to get a serger.

*Sew at least once a week.

*Stop hoarding fabric and use it!

*Photograph more.

These are probably close to same for many crafty people, lets see how well I do next year especially with baby boy on the way! EEK!


Waldeck Dry Goods said...

Good luck with your goals! I just bought a serger with some saved up b-day money, and it is worth every penny!

laura drescher said...

i laughed when i got to the part about using your fabric as opposed to hoarding it...
i have the same resolution, heehee.
happy new year,
laura d.

little dresses said...

YAY! Crochet! You will love it! If you need any help with it you could give me a call (I will email you my number if you need it). I am going to try to do more crochet videos this year, maybe thet will help too.

sulu-design said...

Forgive my slowness in commenting! Your list sounds doable - it's good to have crafting goals you can stick to. Happy new year, and have fun collecting those crocheted blankets!

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