Sunday, December 27, 2009

My handmade Christmas gift list total

8 scarves
2 large candle cozies
1 doll blanket
1 hat
4 edged hankies
2 doilies

1 potholder
3 wall hangings
dolly diaper bag
1 twin size quilt (Michelle quilted/bound it for me as her gift to Heather .)
Misc. crafts and small quilty pressies for various swaps and exchanges also.

I haved started a list of ideas for next year. Never too early to start. Having goals really helps me. Looking at the calendar and marking birthdays and adding them to my "gift list" really helps alot. This next year is starting off busy. I will be having surgery end of January/first of February. Surgeon consult on the 4th. Penny and I are also planning on doing some Fibre Shows next year. And I am hostessing 2 quilt retreats. See I have goals. :o))


Anonymous said...

Hi Angela,
Now we know why you haven't been on too often recently..LOL. I know everyone was happy with their special gift! Yes, keep setting goals. That is the only way to things done! I will pray for your surgery and quick recovery. God bless you always!

Alice I. said...

Gee, Ange, I was getting ready to send out a search party! Hadn't seen any posts in a while. Your lists of handmades is impressive. I wish I were that prolific. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Take care!

Barb said...

Wow...your year has filled up all ready.....and yes, getting a jump on things helps and I have decided to make a list this year too because I forget...

Valerie said...

Sounds like you are going to be busy this year. I want to get smart and make a list of gifts and start now too. That would be so good. I hope your surgery goes well.

3anklebiters said...

what lovely gifts you are giving to those you love. i'm sure they are appreciated. i will keep you close to my heart and in my prayers as you approach your surgery and recovery.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

If I don't keep a list, I don't get much accomplished. Sometimes even with a list, I'm lost...sad to say.

Old Jail Artist said...

I wish I had been so productive! Happy New Year, Angela--here's wishing you health, wealth, and lots of creative triumphs!