2010 has been a handmade year like no other.
January was spent patiently knitting for unborn Tilly, on needles so small that the blanket took ten months to finish.
In February, Wodger and Wupert Wabbit -- the original Travelling Tillberries -- were sewn, though Wodger unfortunately disappeared into the mystery of the Chinese postal system.
In March, I made my first quilt. I discovered Lotta's "Simple Sewing for Baby" in April.
May and June saw me desperately stuffing foxes and hand-stitching tea cups during the eight weeks of any-day-now Tilly panic.
July was a month of simply creating ourselves as a family of three.
In August, there were many nights of cutting out felt letters.
September, scarily, was when all of the Christmas presents were started, which continued through October.
My Mum's visit in November threw creativity into overdrive -- cardigan knitting, apron embroidery, cross-stitched ornaments, and the lid of the infamous can of blackboard paint was popped.
And December's proudest achievement was the advent tea wreath, a tradition I hope we'll continue for many years to come!
What have you enjoyed creating this year? Let's hope that 2011 is just as full of inspiration!