A Look Back at 2022

Hi friends,

I know we all think this every year, but how has the last year gone by so quickly?!?!? It seems like just yesterday I was looking back at 2021 and now it’s time to look back at 2022!

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It was another fun year here at Creatingme! I created 19 new crochet patterns! And shared some projects using other fabulous designers’ patterns, too. Here are a few pics of some projects from my 2022 patterns.

I created a lot of cards, including a new Christmas card design each month…Here are just a few of my favorites.

I also created other crafty things. Here are some fun things I crafted during the year.

I shared a few tasty recipes, too! πŸ˜‹

We took an end of Summer trip to Mackinac Island, MI. If you get a chance to visit, I think you would really enjoy it! It’s like stepping back to a simpler time and the fudge is amazing! πŸ˜‹ You can read more about our visit in this post. 😊

I’m planning some fun, creative things for 2023! I’m hoping to create a Christmas card each month like I did last year – it made it so much easier to make a few each month instead of trying to make them all in November. I have a lot of Christmas craft supplies in my stash so I’m thinking about creating a fun project every month or two to get ready for the holidays. I’ll make lots of cards and crafts for each season and share a recipe every now and then. And of course there will be lots of crochet projects with my own patterns and patterns from other great designers. I’m looking forward to seeing where my creativity leads me – I hope you’ll join me!

Happy 2023 everyone!

Anita

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2 Responses to A Look Back at 2022

  1. Sue Newell says:

    Love seeing all your craft creations! Our family has been to Mackinac Island. It was a wonderful place to visit when we still lived in the Midwest:)

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