Reflections on 2012

2012 has been filled with creativity, adventure and connection. As I browse through this year’s blog posts, I am amazed. I knew I had been busy, but…wow!

I completed over 3 dozen art quilts – stitched backgrounds, girls and ruffles and so much color – yumm!

I taught two classes on making creative girl art quilts and created a better pattern and used Spoonflower for printing the faces.

I made stuffed creatures, bags, dresses, journals and fabric books. I love sewing!

I completed over 2 dozen throw size quilts allowing me to practice piecing and machine quilting.

I love patchwork and cannot wait to stitch even more quilts.

Art quilts and fabric books were published in magazines. I created cover art for a novel and matching pattern. I stitched lots of blocks for charity quilts and allowed myself to play whenever possible.

I am grateful that I can express my creativity and inspire others to do the same. I am grateful to have set goals and attained them. I am grateful that I began the journey to change my creative hobby into a tiny business.

I look forward to what the next year will bring.

5 thoughts on “Reflections on 2012”

  1. Most awesome. Everyone should look upon the positive accomplishments of the past year. You have quite a few. Happy New Year.

  2. Wow!Wow! What an awesome year of creativity you’ve had! Looking fwd to following you on this year’s journey. Totally inspired!
    Carry on and


  3. WOW! I just came across your site from google searching quilts made with scraps…

    I really love your little art quilts, they’re amazing!!!

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