I hope that everyone had a great Christmas and I want to wish you all a Happy New Year.
With this new decade starting I have been looking to the past. It seems just like yesterday that we were frantically preparing for 2000.
Today while looking for something I ran across a box of “trinkets” that my Mother-in-Law left to me. In it were an assortment of old greeting cards. I thought it appropriate to share pictures of two New Years cards.
Next year I will need to display them on an easel during the holidays. They are backed with Christmas greetings.
I do not make resolutions as they always seem to get broken, but I do set goals. This year one of my goals is to quilt this top.
My Mother appliqued this in the early 1930’s while waiting for the arrival of her first child. If I am reading Barbara Brackman’s “Encylopedia of Applique” it was a pattern called Pride of the Garden and was published by a Needlecraft Service in the newpaper. I looks like the leaves were reversed from the original. My paternal Grandmother was to quilt it, but developed an illness and was bed ridden for the balance of her life. I would like to pass this along to my Granddaughter someday.
Another of my goals is to finish up some “works in progress.” I hate to have things “hanging over my head”
Did you make resolutions or set goals for yourself?