My OMG goal for November is to finish Missing Ivy!
The top is finished and the back is ready. I need to press everything, trim the batting and get on the long arm at my local Bernina dealer. With our upcoming trip to Colorado and Thanksgiving my time is limited but I’m hoping I can get this finished.
#1 – Get 6 quilts done in 2016
Quilt #1 – Tell It To The Stars – finished 2/20/2016
Quilt #2 – Scrapitude,2015 – ==> finished 4/3/2016
Quilt #3 – Moon Glow – finished 7/30/2016
Quilt #4 – Hampton Ridge – finished 9/29/2016!
Quilt #5 – Raining Cats and Dogs – top was finished on 4/9/2016. Keep going on the hand quilting. I’m working on quilting the backgrounds with the cream thread. My goal is to get the second row done.
Quilt #6 – Missing Ivy – Press the top, press the back, trim the batting and quilt it. Then I got to bind it.
Quilt #7 – Have Yourself a Quilty Little Christmas! – The scrappy border kit will be released while we are in Colorado so as soon as I get back I will be heading to the LQS to pick it up and start working on it. My goal is to get this top done this month since I want to get this quilted in December.
Quilt #8 – Celtic Solstice – My plan for the rest of the year is to get the top done and then have this ready for quilting in January 2017. For November I want to get the inner top done so I can work on the borders in December. That seems like a lot but I’m dreaming big.
Quilt #9 – LQS 2012 BOM “Provence” – My goal is to get the the alternative blocks done and maybe have the alternative blocks paired up with the main blocks.
Quilt #10 – 2012 SoCal Quilter’s Run Mystery Quilt – Area One – Work on the blocks I have fabric for on the 2 available Fridays before Bonnie Hunter releases the first clue of En Provence!
Quilt #11 – Scrapitude 2016 – I pulled this out and started working on clue #1 as my leader/ender.
#2 – Continue to count my stash, with a true effort to not add fabric on a whim.
As of 10/31/2016, I’m at net ADDED 36.972 yards for the year.
#3 – Create a hobby budget and stick to it!
My budget for the year was $3,000 and I surpassed it. I’ve adjusted this goal to simply continue tracking how much I spend on my hobbies.
==> Current crafty spending for 2016 as of 10/31/2016 is $4,499.85.
#4 – Knit weekly
I’ve started several projects and haven’t taken pictures or listed any of them. In addition to knitting each project a bit at a time, my goal this month is to show them all to you every Saturday. I started a new set of socks, a beannie, and a shawl. The socks are my TV knitting or just daily knitting, the beanie is my Clipper basketball game knitting, and the shawl is my car knitting.
#5 – Cross Stitch weekly
Continue progressing. I’m extremely happy with how I’ve been able to work on these projects each week.
Continue working on the new project…
#6 – Scrapbook
Now that we have a date for the crafty girls’ weekend retreat. I need to book a place. I will probably not do this until January since we scheduled our retreat for the weekend after Easter 2017 and that’s in April. I’m thinking of renting a small house in San Louis Obispo or some coastal CA town.
Here’s a link to my original 2016 Goals.
Here’s to a great year!