“Flashback Friday”: 2010–A year in Review

January:

My first finish – halfway through January, was “Oh My Lucky Stars”

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Closer to the end of the month, I finished the top for the Sweet Treasures Block of the Month.

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February:

Near the beginning of the month, I completed the Neptune top.  It was the only “finish” of the month.

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March:

March didn’t see any finishes.

April:

I made a quick baby quilt for my husband’s boss.

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I also finished my Emma’s Legacy top:

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May:

May saw the completion of “Sent with Love” top for my niece.

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June:

I completed the top “Sent With Love” above, but forgot to take the picture.

July:

Surprise, another no activity month.

August:

After the inactivity, I started simple with some coasters:

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September:

I quilted and finished my Friendship braid quilt.

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I made a charm square tote.

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I dyed fabric.

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I completed my “Pumped Pumpkins” quilt.

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Another charm bag with jelly roll strips instead of charm squares.

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It seems like September was a flurry of activity!

October:

Dying:

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My Heartland Heritage quilt top.

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November:

A Pineapple quilt made with the hand-dyes.

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A quick Halloween table topper for next year:

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The top from the “Simply Sophisticated BOM”

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and the quilt for my bed:

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December:

A Pink and Purple quilt for my daughter (not quilted here).

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A bunch of Tiny Treats bags:

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Some block roll-ups for friends:

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A case for my neighbor’s Kindle:

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A very productive year.  This was just the “finishes” and not counting all the projects I started.

Flashback Friday

Since I recently updated my blog with (most) of my missing projects that got lost when my blog “broke” a year ago, I am going to just direct you to the links above for my Completed Projects and Projects in Progress Pages.  There you can get a virtual quilt show of most of my works.

There are still a few projects that have been completed, tops completed, and still in pieces that have not been photographed (or none that I can find anyway) that I will share in the coming months.  Until I sat and worked on it; I didn’t realize I had actually completed so much!!  It makes me feel great!

But then I also look at my Projects in Progress page and think – “oh my! how did I get to this amount?” – though I already know the answer; I can’t resist a new project!