Thursday, January 1, 2009

2008 - A Year In Review


This is how I used over 400 yards of fabric in one year:
I completed 21 UFOs from a list made on January 1, 2008

I completed a total of 137 quilted items including:
8 queen quilts
5 twin quilts
17 lap quilts
6 wall hangings
18 baby quilts
83 other projects including 19 stockings, 18 pillowcases, 8 fabric baskets, 6 placemats, 9 bags/purses/wallets

Where are they now? Of those 137:
70 - went to charity
33 - were given as gifts
25 - are mine
9 - were commissioned


In addition to the 116 items that I started and completed this year, I have 17 NEW UFOs to start this year with.

Whew, it makes me tired to compile all of this. Tomorrow or Saturday I will post a summary of quilting for others.
That is, of course, if I can tear myself away from that new little grandbaby due tomorrow morning at 11AM.

10 comments:

Vicki W said...

You are a machine! It made me tired just to read that impressive list. Are you sure you don't have elves?

dot said...

Great accomplishments. You certainly have me beat. I hope 2009 is just a productive for myself. Happy New Year.

Jeanne said...

What an impressive list of accomplishments for 2008! I hope your list grows even longer for the new year.

Kathy Wagner said...

That is quite an accomplishment!
Happy New Year!
Are you starting the Double Delight mystery??

Delighted Hands said...

Cool idea for keeping track of the sewing purchases.....are you going to do it again this year?!

Suze said...

Do you ever sleep?

Nann said...

"To quilt is human, to finish divine." With all those 2008 finishes, I think you've reached divine status!

Enjoy your new little one!

julieQ said...

Wow, I am so impressed that you know exactly what you made and where it went. Hope I can be as organized in the New Year!

Mel said...

Congratulations on your new addition!!

I'm in awe of your quilting totals!! Impressive that you've done so much and even more so that you have record of it all!!

Happy New year!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Good heavenly days...how did you find the time? blessings, marlene