2015 Goals – Update on November’s Gotta Wanna Do’s

1. Continue to count fabric in and out of my stash – done… I’m currently at +50 yards for the year.  

2. Concentrate on one thing at a time.

Tell It To The Stars – Quilt this.   – This is on the frame!  Woohoo!

Scrapitude – Quilt this.  I may quilt this first as I’ve decided that a nice overall pattern would be best for this one.  I’m not sure how to do Tell It To The Stars yet so I may quilt this one first. Although, Tell It To The Stars is being gifted for Christmas so that one really needs to be done.  – I was thinking of doing this before Tell It To The Stars but decided I need to get Tell It To The Stars done for Christmas. 🙂 

Moon Glow – Get the back ready for this. 

  • Raining Cats and Dogs –
    • Finish the applique on the final block – continue to work on this bit by bit as I have been.     – I finished the stem and I’m working on #2 piece of the top of block 7.  
  • Hampton Ridge –
    • Borders – I have border #1 done and 3 of the 4 sides for border #2.  I have more of the border fabric so that I can finish the 4th side when I get back to it. 
  • Celtic Solstice –
    • Step 6 – For Block A of Step 6 I have the 3 rows all pieced and I just need to finish the blocks. 
  • Razzle
    • Finish the strips – I am working on this this week.  I’m making it smaller than it originally intended.  
  • Missing Ivy
    • Step 7 – No progress yet.  This project will be worked on next week so I’ll have more to say at the end of the month. 

3. View and complete Craftsy Classes. – forget about it!

4. Complete a project I have a kit for – Same thing – forget about it!

5. Scrap system?  – Go through bins and separate Bin #3, Bin #4 and full yardage. – continue to use the system I started in September and see if it continues to work for me. 

Here’s to a great year!

Happy Quilting!

~Melanie

4 responses »

  1. You seem very organized. I could learn a few things from you!

    I’ve also done Celtic Solstice (top done only) and Scrapitude. My longarmer just did a meander on Scrapitude, and it turned out great. It was a wedding gift for my brother and his new wife. Good luck on all your quilting projects!

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