Friday, January 02, 2009

Hellllllllooooooo 2009

We had a very quiet New Years. We visited some friends New Years Eve, but got home and were pooped out by 10. I think it is the first time in at least 10 years I did not see midnight, but I don't feel like I missed anything. We visited even more friends for New Years Day dinner, A western PA friend so it was pork and sauerkraut--a german thing I think. I think it is funny how different areas of the country have different things you should eat for luck. Here in the south it is black eyed peas.

Any way my resolution this year is to blog at least once a week all year.
In stitching resolutions lets take a look at my list for 2008:


If ithe project is done it is in Red. "resting" in a drawer is in green, and active WIP in Blue.


1. Simple Gifts, Homespun elegance
2. Mitten Games, Crossed Wings
3. Little Angel in the Clouds, Heart in Hand
4. A is for acorn and B is for Butterfly, Erica Michaels
5. Nine Patch Village, Brightneedle
6. Four Trees, Bent Creek
7. Dragonflies, ladybugs, and bees, oh my!, M designs
8. Blackbird Sampler, Blackbird designs
9. Rune Sampler, Enchanted Needle (May)
10. For the Birds, Drawn Thread (May)
11. Blessings, JBW designs (Oct)
12. Grand Old Duke, Arelate Studio
13. Birth Sampler
14. Miss Mary Mack, La Di Da
15. Four seasons ornament series, Prarie Schooler JCS Mags (2007)
16. Quaker Diamond, Hillside Samplings
17. Puppy Dog Row, Bent Creek
18. Pumpkin Patches, Full Circle Designs
19. Halloween House Sampler, Drawn Thread
20. Ringlet Tree, Marilynn and Jackie’s Collectibles (Changed my mind...I got rid of it)
21. Snowman Needleroll, M Designs
22. Just a Little Snowman ornament from Twisted Threads JCS Mag
23. Angel of Joy ornament from Bent Creek JCS Mag
24. Mimi's desk weight Olde Colonial Designs
25. Jeannette Douglas christmas ornament 08
Santa's cottage Mary Englebright
I Believe ornament(2) Amy Brueker designs JCS mag
Floss tag and scissor fob for exchanges


14 out of my original 25. not too bad for my first year of listing them this way. .So without further Ado: here is my list of 20 for 2009:

First 5 are WIPs

  1. A is for Acorn, B is for butterfly, Erica Michaels
  2. Nine Patch village, Brightneedle
  3. Blackbird Sampler, Blackbird designs
  4. Miss Mary Mack, La Di Da
  5. Just a Little Snowman ornament, Twisted threads
  6. Quaker Turtles, With My Needle
  7. Home of a Needleworker, Little House Needleworks
  8. The Beatings...., Sue Hillis
  9. Grand Old Duke, Arelate Studio
  10. Pumpkin Patches, Full circle designs
  11. Dragonfles, Ladybugs and Bees oh my, M designs
  12. Snowmen Needleroll, M designs
  13. Polly Wolly Doodle, La di da
  14. Christmas Forest Ornament, Historic Stitches
  15. Birth Sampler
  16. Christmas Ornament, Jeannette Douglas (other one in ornament mag...back for the one from Dec Mag...You'll see)
  17. Kitty Cat Row, Bent Creek
  18. Baby Blocks, JCS Sept 08 mag
  19. OPEN
  20. OPEN
  21. Various exchanges and additional smalls/ornaments



3 comments:

Anna van Schurman said...

Happy New Year! We ate black eyed peas (this is a first for me) but no sauerkraut. I'm glad we haven't wholly embraced PA! LOL.

Margaret said...

We always have had black eyed peas. Guess that comes of having parents who grew up in Texas? We've introduced them to our friends in Rhode Island with whom we spend New Year's.

That's a great list you have for 2009. Can't wait to see lots of them listed in RED by the end of the year!

Megan said...

Happy New Year! I have no traditional New Year foods, but I love the idea.