In terms of crafting and making, Dr. King’s words ring true too! Every step is another step to the finish! I’m not going to make a to do list for this week. Here are the projects I want to work on this 1st quarter:
Missing Ivy – needs to be quilted but I am holding off as I don’t want to spend the $80 it will be to rent the long arm. I hope that this will change in February.
Celtic Solstice – the inner top is almost done. Then I’ve got the borders to do.
Have yourself a quilty little Christmas! – The top is almost done too. I just have the border to do.
Raining Cats and Dogs – I’m hand quilting this and I haven’t touched it in a long time. I want to start working on this again so.
Provence – All the blocks are done so I just need to start putting the top together. I’m pretty sure there are borders but I can’t remember if that is truly the case.
I do want to focus on getting some of my UFOs and WIPs done this year but I’m not going to have my goals listed out each month like I did last year. I am keeping it simple in that I’m going to work on one project at a time. Right now I’m working on Celtic Solstice. I think I could get this top finished in January.
I’m looking forward to a great week!
Have a great week!
Celtic Solstice is a beauty! I love the colors!
Thank you Wendy! 🙂
Good words from the good doctor! Moving forward is important 🙂 You’ve got lots to play with in your future sewing.
Thanks AnnieO! 🙂
I think it was a BB King song, but similarly, he sings “If you want to learn to fly ya gotta quit looking down”. Nice to see you back, missed your posts.
I love your Solstice Mystery quilt! It turned out wonderful! Congratulations on a top nearly done.
Thank you Deana!
Celtic Solstice is looking good. My version is still in one of the project boxes. Good luck with your projects this quarter.
Thanks Kathy! 🙂