Wednesday 31 December 2014

The Year that was.... 2014

It's been an absolutely awesome year this year. I have achieved so much that I wanted to achieve. Not everything that I wanted but a lot that I wasn't expecting to do.

January started off very strong. I got lots of sewing achieved and made myself a sewing set. 

In February I've started a granny stripe blanket and made a couple of journal covers. I also finished sewing my very first dress.

I spent some time sewing toys and managed to make a number throughout the year to giveaway.

I made myself a craft duffel from a ginger cake pattern.

I got hooked on fingerless mittens just before I had to go to New Zealand for band.

In New Zealand I had the most amazing time! I got to play for days and I visited Hobbiton.

 The band this year has been amazing. It's been the best opportunity to meet people and to play some amazing music, and see some wonderful places.

Lana and I won some prizes with our cross stitch at the Mount Gravatt show. 

My crochet blanket continued to grow and get bigger and bigger.

I started making dishcloths in October 

I also made some cute little toys. 

I have made some cross stitch progress though not as much as I would like. But I finished my bookmark from New Zealand and made a tutorial teaching you how to finish them here. 

 Baroque has been making very slow progress but it's progress none the less.

In December I made myself a journal for the coming year. It's so pretty and purple it just makes me so happy to look at and use.

So this is the year that has been. I'd forgotten about some of the wonderful things that I've made in the last year. It has been full of so many achievements.

Happy Stitching,


  1. What a wonderful year you have had. I hope 2015 is just as good for you. xx

  2. Lovely review of the year. Seems like you did lots of different crafts this year. Which was your favourite?

  3. You have had a great year! good luck for 2015:)

  4. Congratulations on all the wonderful things you made this year Caitlin. Hopefully you double that next year.


  5. What a fun and creative year you had in 2014. I hope 2015 is even better!


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