2013 - A Year to Remember




2013 for me, was a year of learning and experimenting. Trying, failing, succeeding and striving to do better.  Some days joyous, other days frustrating. For me it was just in the doing something creative that kept me going. I am thankful for it all. 

Here are a few of my creative adventures:

 
I am excited to get started on a few challenges, QALs and working on my stash. 

Here is a WIP that I would like to finish this month. Linking up with January
A lovely year of finishes

A Lovely Year of Finishes 


"Giant Starburst" QAL with Megan over @ Canoe Ridge Creations

Also linking up with Sarah for a Year in Review @ Sarah Quilts
 

Comments

  1. You can do it. A couple of focused days and Voila! Finished!!!

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  2. Beautiful giant Starburst - love your colors! Good luck - you can do it!

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  3. Happy New Year! Love the colours on your Starburst!

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  4. Your quilt collection is lovely! Happy New Year.
    Barb@Witsend

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  5. Pretty starburst pattern. Thanks for sharing and good luck on the finish.

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  6. Love your version of the Canoe Ridge Creations Starburst Quilt Along. So cool to see all the variations! Also lovin' the teal and lime green lone star quilt in your collage. Great colours!

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  7. I'm going to try a giant quilt block quilt one of these days. I love the colors you chose for your giant starburst! Happy New Year to you!

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  8. looks like it was a fun year! that giant star quilt should start this one off just right. =)

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  9. I love so many of your finishes from this year! And your giant starburst is gorgeous, I especially love that one white corner!

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  10. What a great year! I LOVE this giant starburst!!! Perfect start for 2014.

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  11. Your giant sunburst is amazing! Love it!

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  12. Wow, fabulous starburst quilt! Love everything about it - your inner star pink/ white fabric is such a great choice! Congrats on a finished goal!

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