Tag Archive: resolutions

Word of the Year for 2018

As I sat down to plan for this coming year, my Word of the Year popped into my head unbidden, and it was “Quality.” When it comes to quilts, I have always loved… Continue reading

Wrapping Up 2017

My word of the year for 2017 was Focus, and I even turned it into a little acronym to help me to remember what to focus on. Essentially I wanted to use up… Continue reading

Word of the Year for 2017

When it comes to New Year’s plans and resolutions, I have tried different things.  I have made just a few resolutions, a long structured list of resolutions, and no resolutions at all.   At… Continue reading

15 in ’15 End of the Year Check-in and a Find

I did not complete all the goals I set at beginning of the year.  But this has been my best year ever for actually working on goals throughout the year. √ 15 fused… Continue reading

15 in ’15 Third Quarter Check-in

Three-fourths of the year is over!  Time to report progress on the goals I set at the beginning of the year. √ 15 fused quilt blocks I am still making fused blocks of… Continue reading

15 in ’15 Second Quarter Check-in

Here we are half way through the year!  Time to report progress on the goals I set at the beginning of the year. √ 15 fused quilt blocks I thought I would be… Continue reading

Twenty-five Days Behind Everyone Else

In 2013, I finished 22 small quilts and weaving projects, but in 2014, I only finished 17, and 3 of those were just tiny practice pieces.  In a way that was okay, because… Continue reading

Summing Up, Looking Ahead

Last year I made three resolutions – I was going to keep an art journal, use up my fabric scraps, and watch the quilting videos I had, which would in turn help me… Continue reading

Plans, Projects, and Resolutions

I love to plan.  I probably have more fun planning than other people do actually doing things.  I can’t think without making a list. So here are a few of my plans for… Continue reading