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Monday, December 31, 2018

Design Wall Monday - December 31, 2018

It's the last day of 2018.  Time to reflect and be thankful for the past, and anticipate good for the future.  I just read a book, "The Art of Grace", by Sarah L. Kaufman and one of her suggestions on being full of grace is:

1.  Slow down and plan.  There's no way to be graceful when you're rushing around haphazardly.

Today is a good time to take stock of what quilts I plan to finish in 2019.  Here's a picture of an album block quilt on my design wall, which is one of the quilts I plan to finish in the next year.




How about you?  What are you planning for the new year?

Thank you for linking up with and commenting on Design Wall Mondays this past year!  I so appreciate all of you, and look forward to your pictures and inspiration in the coming year.   As usual, the only request I have is that somewhere within your blog post you link to this particular blog post.  



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8 comments:

  1. I like the quilt blocks on the display wall. It will be a lovely quilt. Happy New Year!

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  2. The album quilt is coming along nicely. Wishing you a very Happy New Year!

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  3. I have all the normal things I'm working on to get done. I would like to find a couple of new things to work on too. :)
    Happy New Year!

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  4. I need to update my Blog look, develop a list for 2019, and finish Brinton Hall! And, to get back to making one quilt at a time ONLY!

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  5. I do not have specific plans but would like to finish quilts in progress and keep on making more with the "plan" to use more scraps up

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  6. Your blocks are going to make a fantastic quilt. Happy New Year!

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  7. I wish you a lot of creative joy in 2019. Thank you for joining the Planning Party!

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  8. And it is a beauty. You can see which one I'm planning to finish next at my added link. Happy New Year!

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