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New Years Eve Is Upon Us!

 2020 - what a roller coaster of a year! 

We are all faced with the most unexpected of events, Covid-19. 

None of us could have guessed that there would be a pandemic!

But nonetheless we persevered,

And we’ve been getting through this together,

Step by step,

We wear our masks, social distance, wash our hands and most importantly, we are kind to each other. 

2020 may have been a roller coaster, and there was even more than just a pandemic that went on! 

But we have all gone through it together, and we will continue to get through this during the approaching 2021. 



I started this blog in April 2020,

And since then have posted every week at 1pm on Thursdays!

That’s 41 articles to date!

Each week I have shared troubleshooting tricks, tips, project how-to’s and a few poems too!

I’d like to thank every single one of you that are reading this article! 

And I’d like to say a huge thanks to those of you who have been reading my articles since the beginning!

And I really appreciate those of you who have subscribed to my emailing list!

I would love to hear in the comments what all of you have thought about my articles!

What do you prefer, troubleshooting, projects or poems? A combination? Or something else? Let me know in the comments!


New Year’s Eve is upon us,

Looking back on this year,

I choose to see the positive,

Rather than the negative. 

I see us coming together as families,

Rather than missing out on time with friends. 

I look at all of my beautiful projects,

Tea towels, blanket pillows, snack bags,

Embroidered bags, embroidered towels,

Oh how much I have loved crafting this year. 

As the new year comes,

I have many ideas in store,

With plenty of new project ideas in mind,

I have a lot to look forward to!

New Year’s Eve is upon us,

And we will not only be looking back,

But looking forwards too. 

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