It’s the 10th January already? I guess I’m not that late for my year end review.
2018 was the first year in which I’ve sat down, wrote and published targets on how I wanted to take Ceefer Crafts. I guess ingrained Performance Officer habits are hard to break no matter how hard I try
So let’s see how I did…
Crochet classes at The Wool Haven -7 sets of beginners classes & 1 intermediate, which was new ?
Craft classes at residential homes – a full year of classes at 5 homes plus a new one started in September ?
One-to-one crochet classes – had a few of these ?
Support Masato Beanies with #Scarfathon etc – not got as many of these made as I would like. ?
Set up online shop.- it’s in place, I need to start listing things ?
Update website (get a proper web address) – Done! Thanks to a very patient friend ?
Post blogs more regularly – 46 posts in 2017 vs 24 posts in 2018 (Would have been 26 if I’d written up November & December classes on time) ?
Start doing craft fairs – I did one! ?
Not on that list (because I only added it in the summer) was to learn Tunisian Crochet – I made a hat between 28th & 31st December! ?
Overall: 5 ?, 3 ? and 1 ? – I’m classing that as Not Bad
Next Year’s Targets
Continue classes at Wool Haven and residential homes
Populate online shop with stock
More Tunisian crochet
More craft fairs with caveat of as long as they don’t interfere with classes