Tuesday, January 1, 2013

A look at last years projects.

2012 projects 
Here are the projects I finished or started last year - can you believe 2012 is gone? Crazy. Anyway, some of the projects are mine and some are customer quilts. It was fun seeing what I finished, but I have a goal to get more done this year.  

6- Fat Eighth skirt - I totally meant to write up a tutorial for this one, sigh..
7- Leftover scraps, I wanted to finish this one too...
8- My first art quilt that I quilted ;)
11- My bag, made out of Jelly Roll strips using this pattern
12- Butterfly - a new pattern! Love this quilt. 
14- Pillows
16- Quilt top finished (9) - still needs to be quilted. 
18- All Grown Up - still a favorite!

Not pictured - this incredible quilt, I can't believe I forgot to add it to my collage!

Here's to a fresh start for the new year with lots more quilting projects - I hope!  Life is fun and crazy, but I think I have a scheduled figured out to help me meet more of my quilting goals. I'll blog about that later ;) until then, Happy New Year!

8 comments:

Barbie Mills said...

You do such beautiful work, Judi. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do this year!

Claire Fisher said...

Happy 2013 to you and your family.

Miriam said...

Happy New Year Judi!!

May 2013 be the best yet for you and your family!

Congratulations on your beautiful work!!!

Leeanne said...

Beautiful work! here's to an amazing New Year!

Andra Gayle said...

You have a great deal of amazing work in there! I love the quilting on Star Prancer!

Samelias Mum said...

Happy New Year!! Beautiful finishes in 2012. May 2013 bring you much stitchy fun x

Karen said...

What a wonderful body of work to look back on... can't wait to see what's in your future!

Helen L said...

I love your quilting!!! And I did go and look at the quilt that you forgot to post the picture of, and it is amazing!!! Such lovely work!!
I got the layer cake that I ordered from you in time for Christmas: thank you! (and thanks for the pen to :-)
And my mom's maiden name is Madsen, and we're mormon too. Her grandfather came from Denmark after joining the church. Great name!!