My 2021 Finishes

I did a lot of stitching in 2021, but as it turns out I didn’t have a lot of finishes. I am not complaining though. I was able to make all four of my Grands a quilt for their birthday. And I am very grateful for any time I get to spend stitching and making things.

Here are my finishes in reverse order.

A patriotic table topper w/foldover binding.

This is a baby quilt for a friend’s first grandbaby.

Birthday quilt for my eldest granddaughter.

I made this small lap quilt for a challenge during Build A Quilt. I won $100!

Christmas things I made during the summer; stockings, table topper, and wallhanging.

An apron I made for myself. I had always wanted to sew a kitchen towel on an apron to have something readily available to wipe my hands on and to double as pockets. There’s a better pic later on this post.

I finally made a quilt out of some Half Rectangle Triangles my friend Katy cut for me back in 2016! I gave it to my youngest son for his first apartment.

Birthday quilt for my youngest granddaughter.

A long-time-coming quilt for a friend. =)

A bargello wallhanging. This is currently hanging in my office at work.

An apron for my daughter.

Birthday quilt for my youngest grandson.

Birthday quilt for my eldest grandson.

Oh, I almost forgot, for the Goodreads 2021 Reading Challenge I finished 121 books!

That’s all folks!

A Thread for Life

The Spirit of God has made me, and the breath of the Almighty gives me life. Job 33:12 ESV

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8 thoughts on “My 2021 Finishes

  1. You obviously had a great year – lots of amazing quilts and great “other” projects! That bargello wall-hanging – WOW! Congrats on your win too!

  2. i am always in awe when i see your quilts

    they are … brave … and bold

    and i mean that in the most positive way – your color and design sense is totally unlike my own (i’m pretty much a wimp) and i LOVE what you create

  3. Love all the color choices you have made in your quilts. The HST looks like ships because of your fabulous color choices. That’s a lot of books to read.

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