Crafting wise, since that's sort of the theme of this space, this past year has not been particularly productive. I've struggled to find the right fit with my new wheels, I've been overwhelmed by stash and underfunded for time, and I've also succumbed on more than one occasion to the despair of projects that just didn't work.
I'm slowly learning to quilt (two baby quilts finished for coworkers! one quilt in the making that might stay home when it's done! and a set of coasters I threw together yesterday for practice and practicality!) and working my way up to garment construction soon, I hope. I've not touched my loom all year, and suspect I should figure out how to sell it. I've got a sweater on the needles that needs sleeves, and a swatch for the next one; I'm studiously ignoring the many other knitting projects in various stages of completion (or frogging) that are scattered in the closet and on the shelves of the back room... although by all that is good and woolly I will figure out how to make a pair of socks that fits someone again! There's one kind of wool (and silk) on my wheel, and two more kinds of wool on two different spindles, and piles of unspun potential stacked up in that same back room.
This coming year what I want is to be gentle with myself about what I am able to get done; I want to find contentment in my crafting and peace with my stash. Record-keeping is good, but an account that focuses on failures instead of creation has proven to be bad. Knitting, and then spinning, used to help me breathe more deeply and think more calmly, and I'd like to find that space again. So no quotas this year, just documentation and celebration.