Time to check in to see if I actually accomplished anything in January!
My 2018 goals are:
Starting UFO 15
Finished YTD Goal 12
Started YTD Planned 6
Ending UFO Goal 9
Veterans YTD Goal 40
For January I didn't finish any quilts and almost started a new one. I'm really holding off on starting Antelope Canyon until I get the Maine quilt top done. But mostly in January I've been working on getting my classes and booth ready for Birds of a Feather next week.
But I did make 34 fabric postcards.
Last night after I finished my booth prep list for the day I had a couple of hours to fill so I emptied my overflowing scrap bin to make 2 dog beds for my friend, who is now a board member of Richmond Animal League.
So, YTD here are my stats:
Starting UFO 15
Finished YTD 0 (Goal 12)
Started YTD 0 (Planned 6)
Ending UFO 15 (Goal 9)
Veterans YTD 0 (Goal 40)
Fabric Postcards 34
Pet Beds 2
What are your goals for the year?
2/1/2018 02:57:22 pm
UFOs - still 15
2/1/2018 03:33:20 pm
Starting UFO: 16
2/2/2018 10:56:17 am
This could be a tough year for me and my goals. I currently do 99% of my quilting at a friend's house. All of my stuff "lives" there and we share a longarm there. We are both moving to different states this year! So we won't have each other for motivation, we have to divide up all the things we own in common, we will have lots of quilting attention sucked into moving tasks, and we have to move and set up new studios. So, I'm setting goals but I'm going to be gentle on myself if I don't meet them!
2/2/2018 08:17:39 pm
I don't have this UFO thing. My goal is to always have at least one project I enjoy working on. Finishing is secondary.
2/4/2018 06:11:19 pm
I don't have UFO's per se - anything I have is being worked on (one of the benefits of living in a confined space), so there are three different projects on the go - knitting (a balaclava); crochet (an afghan for a wedding gift) and currently making mittens for the Christmas box. Planned project is another barn with a crazy quilt element.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.