1.Give more of my quilting items away. It is always nice to give a gift; it makes a
random day very special – both on the giving and receiving end. Since I appreciate all of my friends, I will
show some love through the mailbox. So
if I ask for your snail-mail address, you will know why.
so much if something doesn’t turn out
just as I want. Finish it and move
on. I am working on the triangles for
the Jane Stickle quilt right now, and must remember this.
than once a week. The Design Wall Mondays have me programmed
now to blog every Sunday evening, for publication on Monday morning. There is lots more going on than what’s on my
4.Make a list
of quilts I’d like to make. It’s in my head, but I’d like a paper list to add
to, cross off, eliminate, tweak, etc.
5.Eliminate guilt when I start something new. I will work
on what is fun and if a UFO doesn’t get finish now, it will get finished
later. Quilting (on
new-old-whatever) and not guilt, is what I’m aiming for.
Make no more than five goals, is what I say. Happy New Year!