It’s January. It’s a new year. Time for goal setting. I don’t make ‘resolutions’ – I prefer to call them goals. And out of the blue the other day, I decided to make a goal of finishing 15 UFOs this year. 15 in ’15. And just to be fair, I might as well add, that doesn’t mean I’m not starting anything new, in fact I might start 15 new projects this year too and end with a net zero.
Here is what’s on my design wall today – I’m slowly but surely making progress on this project from Di Ford’s beautiful book, Primarily Quilts. The translation from metric isn’t exact so I have struggled a bit with things coming out incorrect sizes but I’m muddling through and finding ways to make it work. (Those crooked borders are not a problem with metric conversions. They are a problem with the photographer.)Next I will make English Paper Pieced hexagons that go over those striped borders. Do you ever do English Paper Piecing? A frisbee is a very helpful item for keeping everything contained.Have you made a list of quilting goals for 2015? Check back to see how I’m fairing on finishing 15 in ’15 and tell me about yours.