50 Projects, Let's Do This! 2022

January (finished projects: 11) all from stash
2 grocery totes
2 cloth gift bags,
casserole carrier;
2 pillowcases;
cloth catch bin for table.
Pink ruffly blouse (semi-drafted, no shawl collar). It might as well be spring
Stitchalong hoop

February (finished projects: 8)

  1. blue ruffly blouse It might as well be spring .
  2. Drafted shawl collar pattern following How To Draft A Classic Shawl Collar | 2020 Updated Version - YouTube
  3. Made a CYA from an old shirt. CYA blouse extension
  4. Made a blouse from a skirt. Boho tunic
  5. Embellished a blouse I made last year. Embellished tunic
  6. Designed and 3D printed a hub for dominos that includes storage for trains. Shared it on Thingiverse Mexican train hub with storage by steiconi - Thingiverse
  7. Emptied my fabric cabinet, wrestled it from the studio to dining room, and filled it with games.
  8. Assembled and filled new 20-cubby storage unit. It does so count, though the new unit isn’t from scratch.

March (finished projects: 16)

  1. bed pad carrier for sweet sleep on our travels.
  2. went through (almost) ALL of my craft supplies, made some hard decisions.
  3. Pillow carrier
  4. Pregnant curtains
  5. Strung up a whole lotta beads. Bead window hanging
  6. undies
  7. Made earrings from some Peachbloom glass.
  8. pads
  9. Olive green tunic https://forum.lettucecraft.com/t/refashioned-top-top-dress-top-top-top-top
    which includes all the other tops and dresses made this month.
  10. Beige and blue dress
  11. Another green tunic
  12. Hide-a box for passports and such
  13. Beige tunic
  14. Sewing weights filled with high-carb white rice
  15. Table organizer
  16. March stitchalong

YTD 35
April New goal: 30 projects in 30 days. Did it!

  1. prepped supplies for class I’m teaching tomorrow
  2. Designed and 3D printed a base for my new salt and pepper grinders
  3. Paint dyed black and white skirt to black and shades of blue
  4. Taught class
  5. Finished yet another tunic
  6. Dyed a few other black and white fabrics to coordinate with skirt, to use for bodice.
  7. Made a summer nightshirt from stash gauze
  8. Made another one :slight_smile:
  9. And another!
  10. Small crossbody purse for travel. Too small, doubled it. Still too small. Sigh.
  11. Stealth purse to wear under my blouse to hold passport.
  12. Two more stealth purses; #11 was too small, and hubby wanted one.
  13. Simple billfold
  14. Sorted huge gift of beads and findings into my stash.
  15. Crafted a 4-piece thank you gift. https://forum.lettucecraft.com/t/bead-thingies
    50 projects in 100 days!
  16. Visor, drafted pattern and made beige version. Pix of all the visors at Visors 2022
  17. Hawaiian fabric visor
  18. blue and white visor, narrow band
  19. hubby’s visor, narrow band
  20. Mending and alterations
  21. April Stitch Along Let’s Stitch Along to the End of Time! - #1414 by steiconi
  22. Took apart April #10 and turned it into a travelling jewelry keeper.
  23. camera case with cable pocket
  24. Repadded dressform
  25. Draped shoulder princess bodice
  26. Tea dyed fabric for piping
  27. Paint dyed more fabric for piping on another project. Made piping!
  28. Tested and adjusted bodice.
  29. Redyed piping fabric. Made 6+ yards of piping.
  30. Drafted petal sleeve pattern.
    YTD 65


  1. Made a dress using draped pattern, piping, and petal sleeve New techniques! New dress!
  2. Made a new ditty bag Ditty bag using the good stuff
  3. enlarged camera case.
  4. made another nightshirt
  5. designed and 3D printed bramble frame for Sleeping Beauty booknook.
  6. Two more nightshirts
  7. May stitch along On the Road Again
  8. Bead thingies. Bead thingies
  9. Lily Garment bag. DIY Lily Luggage
  10. Lily overnight bag.
  11. Lily pouch.
  12. Electronics case. Bag, case, pouch, ziplock upgrade, whatever you want to call them
  13. TENS machine pouch
  14. Gift earrings. Cheerup jewelry
  15. a billfold
  16. 2 matching bags for razor and foot sander
  17. Another zip pouch out of a pretty scrap that fell off the shelf
  18. 3 drawstring bags for various things to pack
  19. Another garment bag.
  20. Yet another garment bag.
  21. 3 bags to hold games: dominoes (with a Mexican food theme fabric because we play Mexican Train), cards (card/loteria fabric), and Triominoes (rainbow zebras).
  22. 2 drawstring bags for vitamins,
  23. A bag just because the fabric was sitting there,
  24. a large tote to replace the ratty nylon bag for bathroom supplies
  25. A beachcomber tote
    Completed projects: 90


  1. letter L hoop
  2. Tote bag, all hand stitched.
  3. Replaced windbreaker zipper.
  4. New buttons on coat
  5. Silver button display
  6. Flower buttons
  7. Crystal skull
  8. June stitchalong, cat
  9. Button dress
  10. Fleece socks
    ----100 projects!—


  1. July stitchalong, https://forum.lettucecraft.com/t/i-stitched-some-scraps-and-i-liked-it/
  2. altered beachcomber and another tote.
  3. New mat for button dress
  4. Im sure theres more…

YTD at least 103


  1. Scrappy mat for merskelly
  2. Tote bags. At least 3
  3. Loads of small elements for two big projects.


Planned projects: art nouveau bedroom, witch couch, HP book nook. By our mini show in October.
Stitch along projects every month


Still probably going to lurk, but maybe… actually post 50 projects would be a good goal for me.


I’m in again this year. I did not keep up with my list last year though I was crafting all year. Did more than fifty. I’ll try and do better this year.


  1. Lunar Moth art frame
  2. Love Notes Notebox
  3. 8 Layer Mandala
  4. 5 Layer Mandala
  5. Moon Blossom
  6. Charmed I’m Sure
  7. All my resin…so far!

I am in! I don’t have as much space as I used to now that we have moved but I try to fit in as much crafting as I can.


I’m in again this year as well. I’m going to shoot for smaller projects that go quicker for this year.

  1. Large Holiday Moose
  2. Moe of Change blanket
  3. Halloween diamond art
  4. Staircase
    5 & 6. Christmas paintings

A Marbled Pair of Hummingbirds is my first posted project of the year!


Alright, after stalking the 2021 list, i will drop my list here. I’ve already completed two!

(completed, post pending) Xmas card ornaments
(completed, post pending) Flannel recycled / reusable facial pads
(WIP) punch needle hoop for xmas
(Completed) Texas housewarming signs

(Completed) up cycled bandit signs for girlscouts!

(Completed) breast cancer wreath, medal holder and shrink plastic earrings.
(Coming soon) laser burned easter sign from dollar store


Yay for 50 Projects! I got side-tracked last year… but hoping I can keep my list up-to-date this time. Nope, apparently I’m still a slacker!

19 ATCs: Rabbit Reading, Togepi A, Togepi B, Pufnstuf Chariot, Door Closes A, Door Closes B, Doodle Flowers, Pushing Daisies, RHPS Magenta, RHPS Going Home, I Spy Letter F, Flamingo A, Flamingo B, Ambigram JOY, Party Hat Boy, Pysanky Egg, Miss Fisher/Phryne and Jack, Cindy Ambigram A, Cindy Ambigram B
Decorated D&D cookies
21 Happy Mail cards (all different), with vintage flower illustrations
Upcycled Valentine box w/vintage hankie
Snow White note cards
Locket necklace from a vintage rouge compact
Birthday bunting
Campfire felt play set (21 pieces)
Total for Month: 45
Year to Date: 45

10 ATCs: Half-Shod Prince, Starry Night, Bizarro Fish, Bizarro Bird, Half-Shod Stranger, Tower Climber, Homage to James Christensen, Eyeglasses girl, Music Universal Language, Victorian Girl
Carved-silicone stamp
4 masterboards
Masterboard-based notecards
4 Teesha patches: hydrangea, hurricane, wind, abstract
Bound mini-book (hurricane memories)
Total for Month: 21
YTD: 66

2 ATCs: Luna & thestral, Optical Illusion
Teesha patch: tanabata tree
3 Easter egg swap items
Flat-rate-box swap items



I’ve nearly finished my first item of the new year and ran into a conundrum. It is a toy and I need to sort out eyes. I have safety eyes but they’re a bit small and it is for a baby so I think I’ll crochet something if I can find the right black/dark yarn in my stash for it. But still, nearly done!

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Awesome that you’re almost done! Could you embroider the eyes?

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You could also make felt eyes and sew them on. Or leave them off all together if it’s for a baby. Either way I’m sure it will be cute and appreciated by the parents (and baby!).

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It’s made of that bernat blanket yarn and the designer says one could crochet a simple black circle of worsted to use so I was thinking i might try that. I wish I had some darker blanket yarn, but I’ll muck about with what i can find in stash. It’s this owl.

Edit to add: I need to even them up, but I think this will serve him well:

Edit again: he’s done!


Hi everyone! I created an account just to join in on the fun ! I’m so excited to see everyone’s projects and hopefully will stay motivated to complete mine! I’m very good at starting them, but not so great at completing them :sweat_smile:


Welcome aboard, @Findmecrafting, you’ll love it here!

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Alright! First project of the year! I found these wooden ornaments on sale for like 60 cents. Which meant a good first project with my cricut! I found some ornament cut files online and my cricut came with some green vinyl. I don’t have any of the tools yet so I think projects will be easier with that. But I’m excited I already have another project to get done this week.


I’m days late as usual, but I’m going to try this for another year. Hopefully this time I can post things as I make them instead of waiting weeks/months after the fact.

The only projects I have planned so far this year are:

  • a baby quilt (2/3 of the way done)
  • a pair of yellow socks (1/5 of the way done)
  • 17 million doll dresses (ad infinitum)

I’m also doing a severe fabric diet this year, which should make for some extra creativity, or just more fully confronting the fact that my stash has reached ridiculous proportions. We’ll see what other crafty adventures the year brings as the mood strikes us*.

*(plural in this case being me and the mouse in my pocket?)


YAY!! I have so much planned

  1. Teapot cozy - completed
  2. Redo craft room - new paint, desks, fixtures, purge, organize and set up the creative space - In process
  3. Tunisian Shawl - In process
  4. Weave in ends and sew sides to Union Jack sweater started in 2012 LOL
  5. Reupholster living room sofa
  6. Sew new covers for 2 MCM living room chairs
  7. Paint living room and hang new drapes

My aspirations for the year:
3 Refugee quilts to donate (twin size)
A quilt for Joey
Quilt for Kayla?
Quilt my King Size Quilt top
Finish the flower quilt
Finish the crazy strip scrap quilt

Clothes sewing:
Collared Gauze Shirt Done Feb 22’

Eyelet Dress
Coral Dress
Wool Coat


Hufflepuff Clipboard done 1/6/22

Hufflepuff Clipboard

Quilt #1

zipper pouch

Quilt #2


I’m new here.
How does this work?
Do I have to post a list or can I just post as I go?



You can keep track however you like. Some people like to just keep track of what they have done, some like to make a list of things they want to make and then tick it off. Some do a mix. There are no rules!