So far this year I've done very little sewing even though I have a lot of projects I could be working on. Unfortunately my older brother has been ill and in hospital since December 18th. He is slowly getting healthier so I can now feel settled enough to start on the sewing. I have managed to finish the penguin embroidery and I've made a start on the tortoises. I will show you these little stitcheries later in the week. In order to get myself into a good sewing mood I decided to look back at what I finished last year to give myself some positive vibes. I thought I had only finished a couple of quilts and I was very pleasantly surprised to find that I had been quite productive.
I finished my oldest UFO, my millennium sampler. This still has to be framed but I hope to get that done this month. Covid got in the way of getting it done earlier.
I created several baby quilts. This was for one of my students new baby, Umar.
This one was gifted to a colleague of my older daughter.
I love the stars and stripes of this little quilt
I used up quite a lot of 2.5 inch squares on this 16 patch quilt but my scrap boxes are still full.
This is a favourite pattern of mine using charms squares or in this case squares cut from fat quarters. I can't find the finish photo.
This one used the Mr Rabbit's garden embroidery as the center block.