Tuesday, January 01, 2008

2007 Tally

Here is my year end total for 2007 as best as I can guess.
Thread: 152 pre-wound bobbins
24 jumbo spools
2 large spools
8 small spools
1 cone
3 speciality spools
29 quilts for Rosie
Quilted Tops (done but needed quilting)
Christmas quilt
1st QFAH
Breast Cancer quilt
flying Geese quilt
Items made and quilted(no particular order)
Quilt in a can
Broken Wings
Pink/brown quilt
3 QFAH quilts
DNA's sister
Candy Corn
Dog quilt for Lucy
Bricks and stepping stones - Bonnie's pattern
Jacob's Ladder baby size
4th of July
My nine patch/snowball
Let's Play Dolls
1 table runner
2 Kimono wall quilts
Shoe tree
1 small table pad
Holly Jolly Christmas wall quilt
crocheted 37 hats
knit 7 pair felted booties
knit 2 pair wrist warmers
2 bucket bags Welsh quilter
2 dog beds
2 broken arms
Projects not completed
Gail's quilt
Grandma's Flower garden
Pink/Black quilt
snowball quilt
Anniversary Jacob's Ladder-- just needs binding
Finn's Squares
Goals for 2008
Bren asked me if I had any goals for the New Year. I have never really set any goals, just went with the flow but I guess if I had to write some down this is what they would be:
Complete unfinished projects
Shakespeare in the Park
Stack and Wack
whatever comes to my mind, wanting to use up my stash
crochet hats
clean out clutter in my home
pay down debt
keep better track of my quilting activities for this years year end tally.
Happy New Year to all and Happy Quilting to all.


corry said...

Wow..that's an impressive list of items! Good luck with your goals for 2008. Complete unfinished projects is one on my list too!

Gail said...

Wow! you did a LOT this past year. Well done.

andsewitis Holly said...

That's a lot even if you hadn't broken both arms! Amazing.

Karolee said...

Looks like you had a fun holiday break.

Is Shakespear in the park a quilt pattern? I have never heard of it (if it is). We attend Shakespear in the Park when we get the chance and just love it.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Wow, Dot! When I was reading all the list with numbers and came to the broken arms I had to laugh, not because it's funny, but because you included it there. You're amazing. Happy New Year! ~hum along: "... 2 bucket bags, 2 dog beds, 2 broken arms and a partridge in a pear tree..."~

Bren said...

Just a minute, I need to pick my jaw up off the floor! You do not need to set goals...goals are for people who have a hard time getting things done...YOU my friend are not one of those!

Serena said...

What a fantastic list of accomplishments!

atet said...

Wow -- that list is very impressive (and given that you had two broken wrists in there, OMG). Happy new year (and yeah for USC in the Rose Bowl even if I do live in Illinois!). Happy new year -- may it bring you much joy, laughter and love.

Heleen said...

That's an amezing list! Well done!
I hope to finish up some older projects to this year.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Goodness, that is one LONG list plus you had that accident. Glad that you are feeling better!

I've done 3 Shakespeares (so far!) and love that pattern. Lots of little pieces, but some big pieces too and everything just fits so perfectly.