I found A Lovely Year of Finishes in May of 2014 and joined in setting my first goal in June. I'm proud that most of these were very old WIPs. It feels good to have gotten some old projects done. In June, I finished a pile of lined drawstring bags for teacher gifts (and a few extras). This one wasn't a WIP, but it did use some older fabric from my stash.
In July, I used some decade old orphan blocks to make a 4th of July table runner named Frieda.
In August, I finished Goldfish, a mug rug that I made specifically to learn the new skill of machine turned-edge applique.
In October, I finished the guild philanthropy dinosaur quilt I'd had in my possession for longer than I care to admit.
In December, I finished an 8 1/2 year old WIP. Bold Blooms is a twin sized mystery quilt (with my favorite backing fabric ever!), a gift I look forward to giving to a friend.
Linking up my 2014 finishes with the ALYoF 2014 Finale Party.
For January, I've decided my ALYoF goal will be to Finish my Stellar Winds quilt. The top and back have been finished since August(!) and the binding is even made. Now to sandwich it together and get quilting. Oh! I can use my new Aurifil color card to choose just the right thread color! :-) I'd like to do something a little decorative with my quilting instead of an all over pattern.
Also linking up to the ALYoF January Goal Party.