It's that time of year when many crafting bloggers write an end of year post, showing their many finishes for the year and some works in progress. many plan for the new year and list projects they want to work on and even finish.
I've had a productive year and in the later months enjoyed getting back to my roots as it were and cross stitching. My plan for next year is to continue to cross stitch on the current project.
Snowy St Nick has seen quite a bit of progress since this picture was taken on 21st December.
In between work, family time and parties I have taken many opportunities to sit and stitch. I have to say I am very happy with my progress.
As for what I'll do when he is finished, I'm unsure. Maybe more cross stitch, maybe some stitchery. Either way, that's a long way off.
Another thing I plan to do in 2023 is to complete my Lucy Boston in Blue. The EPP is very close to being completed, I just need a couple more zoom sessions to get that over the line. Then I'll have to make a decision about what will fill in future zoom sessions.
On Christmas day I found myself sitting at my sewing machine for a short time and working a little more on the farm yard quilt, it would be nice to get that completed and quilted soon, I also have a quilt loaded on to the frame awaiting my attention and a pile of quilts in waiting.....
Hopefully 2023 will be another creative year and I'll find many moments of time to sit and sew, or even stand and quilt.
It's been fun to share 2022 with you, reading your comments and visiting your blogs.
I wish you all the best and lots of sewing time in 2023.
Happy New Year everyone.
I'm off to stitch on St Nick until bedtime.