2021 seemed like a hugely busy year, quilting-wise, though there were probably less finishes than in most previous years. Probably a continuing trend as age creeps up on all of us. I did complete six mini/small quilts, three baby quilts, two throw size and six bed size. Four ended up being donated and two were gifted. You can find all of them on the Page entitled "2015 and Later" just under the blog header.
Here are a few of my favorites from last year.
For 2022 I'm not setting a lot of goals but plan to just let the quilts ebb and flow as they dictate. Of course finishing the oldest UFO - Quilty 365 is a priority, but beyond that, a few minis and donation quilts. And absolutely no BOMs, sew-alongs, mysteries, or other entanglements that I'll feel guilty about abandoning or otherwise falling behind.
After the long saga of hand quilting my diamond jubilee quilt I chose this little cutie to put into the hand quilting hoop for evening fun.
I'm planning to set this one aside for a future great-grandbaby when it's completed. No hurry with this one, just a few stitches every evening as time allows.
There appears to be no end in sight to the endurance test we've all been living through for the past couple of years. Rather than choosing a "word" for the year, I'd rather stay with what I call Words for Living and mine has been the phrase Faith Over Fear. Happy New Year!