My goals for last year were pretty good, so I'm doing a repeat.
1. Selfcare - Keep eating well and walking. I'd like to add in strength training this year, too.
2. Read - Easy, peasy. Keep listening to more books.
3. Write - I have my manuscript at the ready to redo.
4. Wallpaper - Yes, again! I want to wallpaper my laundry room.
5. Quilt! Yes, I still need to finish hand quilting Marshal. And I have a few other quilts on my radar for this year:
Sadie pulled this book of the bookshelf a few weeks ago. Great idea, Sadie!
I've always wanted to make Birdsong! I have plenty of civil war repro fabrics leftover from Courthouse Steps and this will make a great use of them!
Abundance has been in my pattern basket for years. This will make another fun project for the year, though mine will be more fun and vibrant than the one shown.
I've even make a small start on it.
I bought the Casserole pattern last year. I love that it has so many colors, but it's not a real 'rainbow' pattern. I have already bought the background fabric, so I'm ready to go with this one.
Cheddar Bow Ties - This WILL get finished this year!!!!
Oh, I almost forgot. BAGS! I have three bag patterns I want to make.
I also want to get back on the curved hexie quilt I started last year.
A non sewing goal for this year is the dollhouse. It needs a few repairs on the exterior. I want to replace some of the flooring, too. I hadn't planned on painting it, but I think once I make some of the repairs, I may need to. Though I will keep it close to the original colors if I do.
And then there's my cross stitch. Anniversaries of the Heart. Before I got sick, I started it. Yay! I'm enjoying it, too.
And if that's not enough.....I have a couple of UFO's that need attention. I want to make each of my 3 nephews a quilt. Two of the UFO's will be perfect for that.
So there we go. I hope I'm not biting off more than I can chew, but I don't think I am. I like to stay busy! And I've been sitting around for a week and I'm ready to get up and go!!!!
Happy New Year!
Continue to stay safe!