I noticed many bloggers being so much more positive than I. Instead of focusing on UFO's and what they need to do in 2013 they posted what they did in 2012...so here goes...
This crib size quilt was finished up during my guild's National Quilt Day and donated to the Ronald McDonald house along with stack made by other members.
I can't seem to find the finished quit photo but the finished version of this quilt was presented to a local veteran who was severely injured. Homes for our Troops built and adapted home for him and his family and this was presented to them at the key ceremony.
I made this little quilt for a friend who was named teacher of the year for our county!
My biggest quilt finish was not a quilt at all! In April I took the test for AQS Quilt Appraiser Certification and passed!
My Pensieve Quilt, a string project done with Tonya Ricucci and others online. I had fun with the border on this one. Amazingly the entire quilt did not make a dent in the 1-1/2 inch strip bin....
We finished another guild donation quilt to benefit Camp Rainbow, a camp for children with cancer.
I attended the American Quilt Study Seminar in Lincoln in November...learned lots! This photo was taken at the International Quilt Museum during their behind the scenes tour.
Of course there is the chubby sheep pincushion...
The last finish of the year was my embroidered Christmas pillow which used a vintage plate block.
So yes, the starts way outnumber the finishes in 2012 but some quilts went to some good causes. Maybe I finish best when I have deadlines or a reason to get that final binding on....something to think about!