looking back at 2012

looking back at 2012

Back in January I picked a worked for the year, Breath. I think I managed to do that more or less. Stopping to think about what I want to do. I tried some new felting things and learned to use a serger. Signed up for some new shows. I went to the medieval fair all dressed up and had a great time. So I did breath and do some things I have been wanting to do for a while.  I still haven’t worked on complicated resists much but I am still thinking about it.

Dressed up for the fair
Dressed up for the fair

It’s been fun and educational doing this blog with Ruth, Karen and Zed. Through the forum I’ve got to know some friends better and meet some new friends. All in all despite some sad times this year it has been pretty good and on track.

10 thoughts on “looking back at 2012

  1. Yes, sometimes we all should stop and breathe. Clear our heads and think a bit.

    You really look the part in the costume – very well made.

    1. I haven’t picked one yet. I am thinking about what I need to do. Organising is something I really need to do but not sure which work might help best with that, maybe clarity?

  2. Your costume looks great Ann and the medieval fair would have been so much fun, i think you accomplished heaps this year and to breath is definitely a good thing lol 2013 is going to be a Fantastic Year xo

    1. I did do quite a few this year, it did take me several years to figure out what I need to have with me and how to pack. I do shows that are all close to home so that makes it easier too.

  3. Belated New Years greetings Ann. I have really enjoyed your photos, both of home and of the shows you have been to, I am travelling vicariously though your photos, distance makes it unlikely I will get there in person.
    Much Thanks for all the effort and time you founding four have put in to make this such a positive, inspiring and wonderful felting resource. All the best for 2013.

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