December 29, 2006
Creative Accomplishments

creative perspectivesIt’s time to review the year’s creative projects. I don’t think 2006 has been very kind to me. I feel as though it was a year of failures and false starts, but when I look back on everything I’ve done, I am truly surprised at all I accomplished.

So your last Creative Perspective for 2006 is to get a perspective on what you’ve done. List out on paper (or in the comments, if you like) every creative thing you remember doing this year: poems written, sweaters knitted, songs remixed, landscapes painted, costumes sewn, pinecones crafted, recipes invented. Then give yourself a good pat on the back for a year well spent!

I do not mean to toot my own horn, but I want to be able to refer to this list when I’m feeling blah and boring and uninspired. So here is

Kristen’s Creative Accomplishments 2006

Patterns drafted: Tasty the lobster, dead wolf prop, mock wrap skirt, festive skirt, tetrapockets, metal bird masks, Indian lanterns, 5-minute t-shirt jacket. Recipes invented: 22 originals presented on Recipe Thursdays; dozens more unpublished. Videos edited: UltraBob wedding videos (including Japanese Wedding Wranglers), Hello Tokyo 2006, Hotta Rakashi Museum loop, KC’s wedding greeting, Collectik screencasts. Recordings made: 13 chapters read for LibriVox, 2 shows for Hanashi Station; Matsuri in Matsudai; Sado Fringe Drumming. Stuff drawn: countless maps; dot painting; South Stradbroke Island; Tower of London; Jama Masjid (Delhi); untold random scribbles and paintings. Items sewn, knitted, & crafted: 4 pairs of pants; 3 skirts, 1 hat, 1 table mat, 1 pillow cover, keitai cover, several necklaces. People encapuslated in 40 words: 273 and counting… Collaborations enjoyed: Scott de Vacherie; Hotta Rakashi Memorial Museum; Futari.

Posted by kuri at December 29, 2006 01:31 PM


Bobby McNoEyes! You can’t forget about him!

Posted by: Seth on December 30, 2006 07:26 PM

Kristen, your link for Recipe Thursdays is broken (although easy to find in the sidebar). Great work in 2006!

Posted by: Matt Ryall on January 3, 2007 08:00 AM
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