I have seen so many other recaps of 2011 projects and plans for 2012 that I feel compelled to make my lists as well. It is amazing how much a person can create and then manage to remember it as such a small accomplishment, until taking the time to step back and really look at the work that was completed. And that is why I am going to take the time, now, to look at what I completed in 2011 and list what I plan to build in 2012.
Completed in 2011:
Not pictured: 1860 wool cape (completed in November)
Plans for 2012:
As well as the following items:
In January: 1780 pockets
Before March: quilt 1819 corset
Before April, possibly: 1912 day dress and matching hat
Before June: 1860 child’s corset
Before August: 1903 cotton skirt and matching hat
Before December, possibly: 1830s or 1840s ball gown
And so, I pat myself on the back for a year well spent. Congratulations to you, also, for what you accomplished in 2011, clothing related or otherwise! Finally, blessings for all of us, for what we will accomplish in 2012.
4 thoughts on “Summary of 2011: Looking forward to 2012”
Amazing, beautiful, and inspiring! Thank you for sharing your work and plans with us. You’ve inspired my own creativity for 2012 and beyond…
Wonderful! I hope you are able to share your creativity with me this year, as well as others. 🙂 Thanks for commenting!
Quinn, your body of work for 2011 is stunning. Thank for taking a look backwards as well as forward. Wishing you well as you lean into your wonderful project portfolio this year.
Thanks! Your wording is so very “you.” 😉