Unlike many in this pandemic year, who had to work from home, or not work at all, as a Registered Nurse, I continued to work throughout the year. So, I didn't have extra time to craft, but I did continue to pursue my hobbies as a way to keep my sanity in this crazy time.
My first projects for the year were some Christmas-themed hot potholdersAbout Town Ruana for my daughter, mystery afghan, which I picked up partly finished at a thrift store. Ingrid's Tulips for a friend who was going through cancer treatment. Helen Godden classes before the pandemic got into full swing and everything was shut down: the Couching class, masks for family, plus sold a few (I won't bore you by sharing pictures of all of them). Country Christmas, for my home, Transform Me, for my nephew Peter.
Then I needed to get some baby quilts made for some friends who had been my staff members at Extendicare. Exploring Space, Grand Adventures, Herringbone, Chevron, A-Maze-Ing for one of my public health nurse co-workers.
I moved onto a couple of UFOs that had been sitting around too long: a Christmas placemat set for my niece, Tara,