Monday, December 31, 2018

2018 year-end review

Sometimes you feel time gets away from you and you didn't accomplish nearly what you wanted. Looking back through my photos of 2018, I found I accomplished quite a lot—much more than I thought... or remembered. Although I know I have numerous WIPs [work-in-progress]—note: I'm not calling them UFOs, unfinished objects—I'm pleased to say I had quite a few good finishes in 2018!

My 2018 finishes: garments and quilts.
Top Row (left to right):

Middle Row:
  • Long-sleeve knit tops: I made two this year with knits from Art Gallery Fabrics.
  • This is my intro photo for the September Textile Love program. I met a lot of fabulous and talented textile artists through this participation on Instagram.
  • Cuddle Quilts: I made 3 for the Choo Choo Quilters community service project. This one is an improv quilt. I also quilted one for a fellow member.
Bottom Row:
  • Patchwork T-shirt: Tried patchwork using knit fabrics. Much fun!
  • Siena Shirt: I've made two tops from this pattern from The Sewing Workshop. Also two pairs of the Valencia pants with a pattern hack of adding lined patch pockets.
  • 9 Lives top: another great pattern from The Sewing Workshop and and a fast make. I've made two tops from this pattern. Fabric shown here is a navy pintuck from Diamond Textiles with a batik collar from Majestic Batiks.
I hope your 2018 was productive and you enjoyed every stitch!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...