6and6in2018 | December

This is my last report for the year and I have to admit that, though I started with good intentions, I haven’t touched any of the projects on my 6and6in2018 list!  Not sure if it was burnout from the previous year, or rebellion!

All I’ve achieved this month has been a little hexie work for “Taking Liberties”.  I have made lots of other things this year, though and you can check them out here.

So all that remains is for me to thank you all, on behalf of Anne and I, for participating in our 6and6in2018, whether you did it on your blog, amongst yourselves (and I’ve met a few of you over the year who quietly worked away!) or just cheered us on.  Thank you and congratulations on all you’ve achieved.

Also, Anne has decided not to continue with her blog, and so I’m going to take a break from this sort of activity next year…….who knows what 2020 will bring though!  You can still follow Anne as she’s now a regular on Instagram as @annetaydon and posting about her life on that forum instead.

I’m also taking a blogging break over January, but I’ll be back in February with more stitching/gardening/class adventures to share with you.

Until then, Dear Peeps, have a fabulous and safe New Year.

Much love

Meredithe x

PS Better put in the linky details!

When linking to your blog for 6and6in2018

::  Please link directly to your post on your 6and6in2018 not to your home page
::  Please link back to this post somewhere in your post
::  Visit other linkers to see what they’re going to be working on for 2018
:: The link will be open for a week

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8 Responses to 6and6in2018 | December

  1. Anne Gunn says:

    Thank you Meredithe. All your many followers are kept informed & inspired by all that you & your friends do. Have a very Happy New Year & May it be a productive one too.

    I am with you in the ‘burn out’ theory from last year, however, I am ready to start Farmers Wife & 100 Blocks in the new year – guess that will be tomorrow! 😉

    Cheers, Annie G

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Kyle says:

    You have definitely inspired me for the past two years. It’s good though to change things up a bit to keep the spark alive. Enjoy your break and wishing you a happy new year.

  3. Carole Minihan says:

    Wishing you and yours a safe & happy New Year

  4. Lyn shortland says:

    HappyNew Year Meredith and your wonderful golfer. May 2019 bring to us all wondrous things. Stuff we never dresmed of. Time for ourselves to reflect. Then get creating @our own pace. I am @ the end of going thru every piece of. Fabric & my great niece & her mum are inheriting some great fabrics piecemeal. Loving the sew machine &cabinet. I am making ‘Hearts in my pocket’ now for them to sell and put towards their daughters $60,000 medical bill took 14-15 years for her diagnosis of fibromyalgeoma. Tricky disease. I reckon i can turn out 1000 having made 100 so far in the past few weeks. To sell nothing under $2.. If so that will be $2000. Off their debt. So happy days. 👏🏿😄🙃

  5. It’s been fun to follow along, even if I got sidetracked occasionally. I’ll come back and add my post to the linky thing once it’s posted itself..

  6. frayedattheedge says:

    Well, if there was a prize for good intentions, we would have got gold medals!! Still, we inspired lots of our lovely peeps, so I think we can give ourselves a pat on the back!!!!!

  7. Mirjam says:

    2019 has started already at Australia, so I wish you a happy New Year.🎆🤗

  8. audrey says:

    I did feel a little bit of burnout from the year before too, but for some reason managed to mostly push through. I’m not going to link up again as I have no more progress of late, but thanks for the linkups throughout the year! It really gave me just enough motivation to finish the things that were driving me most crazy!

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