Reflection 2014

What do I want to remember about 2014? hmmm…

My favorite thing of this year, was the chance to start meeting some of the folks in real life that I had met online, and to also find great friendships within my local quilting communities. A little corny, I know, but is not exciting when you get to meet those folks you have been chatting with virtually!!

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I enjoyed teaching my first class series @ Spoonflower and attending a few classes this year.

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I think the biggest accomplishment has been turning my own designs into reality.

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I looked back at last years goal setting post, and while I did not accomplish all I set out to do (who does right??), I allowed for flexibility and took on new challenges I did not expect. This allowed me to grow and I think make the most of 2014.

I am looking forward to 2015 and doing more of the same. I will be posting some goals tomorrow and I can’t wait to see more posts on what folks are planning for 2015.

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3 thoughts on “Reflection 2014

  1. Renee

    So cool to see the designs right next to the quilts that came from them! I can’t wait to meet (nearly) everyone at QuiltCon, although I imagine having a hard time integrating everyone’s real accents with the ones I created in my head 😉

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