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50 Projects ’till the end of 2013

I have found a topic on Craftser.org named ’50 projects 2010′, so I wanted to create something similar… I have started to create a list, and it was filled with a lot of beautiful stuffs… then I just had to forget it for a while. I had a wedding, and then… we have other things to do, as our baby was on the way.

Then, I thought, when the baby arrives: no more hard work for me – so I probably will have some time to finish my former projects, and have some new crafts. What I have to do first: I PROMISE that I won’t start crafting anything else until I have finished this list. I have to say, that it’s not easy. I am still working (from home), and he is almost 1,5 years old. But still, I have some time to be creative (you can see that in my etsy shop :))

So… nothing else left… here is my list for 2012 and 2013:

Finishing my incomplete projects:

  1. the black pants
  2. the brown shirt
  3. finish my white crocheted pullover
  4. I have embroidered a tablecloth, I need some borders on it.
  5. Finish my crocheted hat (before this summer :))
  6. Paint the jewelry box for my mother-in-law

Baby projects :):

  1. Sew a big ‘rug’ for the little one, where he can play (denim patchwork?)
  2. Sew some pillows for him – in the same style (denim patchwork?)
  3. Make some letters with felt – with his name 🙂
  4. Create a nice a book holder for all of his papers (hospital things, x-rays, etc)
  5. Create 4 baskets for his toys (denim patchwork?)

New projects:

  1. Make my California scrapbook
  2. Get a place for the clothes, threads, etc… for all my crafting things. Probably it has to be a big bag
  3. Sew myself at least 3 tunics (0/3)
  4. Sew myself a LBD (little black dress :))
  5. Sew 3 skirts for myself (0/3)
  6. I want to get at least 20 drawing projects done
  7. Post a work on any craft challenge
  8. Cook 20 new recipes (0/20)
  9. Organize my recipes, make an own cookbook
  10. Crochet some flowers, what I can wear
  11. Create a big bedspread for ourself (patchwork/applique)
  12. A crocheted bag for my mother’s mobile
  13. At least 10 reusable grocery bags for me and my family members
  14. Laptop case/cover
  15. Create some ‘Hungarian style’ necklases
  16. Write a tutorial
  17. Sew a patchwork/applique style tabletop
  18. sew some cushions for desk chairs in the weekend house
  19. Make 5 projects from my Burda magazines
  20. Make 100 items to my shop – and sell something! (10/100)

Make people nice Christmas presents, and some other projects for christmas; here are some ideas:

  1. sew some flourish Red-Orange-Yellow-Violet pillows and a blanket for my parents (I think, this will be their 2013 Christmas present)
  2. I have started an embroidered tablecloth for my parents for Christmas – I will do my best to do it in time 🙂 – I mean, in 2012 🙂
  3. sew a snake for my son
  4. sew a bag for the car to hold the baby toys there
  5. sew a kitty-style something for my friend, Detty
  6. sew a Sunflower bag for my godmother
  7. sew some toys (probably a dog, or something) for the babies around
  8. Christmas stockings for ourself, and for our friends
  9. create some gift boxes for Christmas, or at least a nice gift wrapping
  10. Create some polimer clay jewelries for family members
  11. Create the dragons for my friends (polymer clay too)
  12. Paint some cups (0/3)
  13. Make a Christmas tree, or any ornaments. I don’t want to kill any more trees. .(
  14. Create a quilt project with my friends and followers (if there will be any): make something together.
  15. Create a definate list for the presents (will upload it here, and track it)

And the bonus: Loose 7 kgs (0,2/7)

… there are 3 spaces left… will decide later :))

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