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Plans for 2017


as 2016 comes to a close (thank goodness!) i've been reflecting on this year and what i've done. i started teaching at one of my local quilt shops, designed my own paper pieced pattern, finished countless quilty projects, and started making my own clothes. now it is time to start thinking about what i want to accomplish in 2017!

one of my big goals for 2017 is finishing off my WiP list that i have been working on the last month or so.
  • Hello Darling Easy Bake Quilt
  • Christmas Pillows
  • Orphan Rainbow Block mini quilt
  • Curve it Up Sample
  • Tilted Stars quilt
  • Orphan block sewing machine cover
  • Checkered blocks from my bee
  • Modern HST sampler
the Curve it Up Sampler and Tilted Stars are both quilt tops and ready for quilting. i'm still working on my Checkered blocks and i need to finish the last two blocks from the Modern HST sampler once i order more background fabric. i am trying to finish up these projects before i move onto a new shiny project. i'm so glad to have my Quilter's Planner to help keep me on track with my projects!

new quilts/craft projects i want to work on in 2017
  • Epic Lizzy House Quilt
  • Cotton+Steel Christmas Quilt
  • Modern Maples Quilt
  • Cut, Sew, Press, Quilt mini quilts for my sewing studio
  • Gilmore Girls cross stitch
  • Star Wars cross stitch
  • Handmade spring/summer wardrobe
personal goals for 2017
    • read 52 books
    • commit to running 2 times a week and yoga 3 times a week
    • blog at least 4 times a month
    • HAVE FUN!
    and as always i'm sure there will be new projects and new dreams to follow, but this will be a nice starting point for 2017. 

    Linking up with Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl for the #2017planningparty


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    1. Great goals for 2017 - 52 books! Wow! Good luck with all of it! :-)

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    2. Thank you so much for sharing your goals and linking up. To help with your blogging goal, you might want to consider joining the New Quilt Bloggers blog hop - sign ups open on February 1st! I hope you have a wonderful 2017.

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    3. I always love seeing the pics of your quilt.Your quilting ability is phenomenal. I haven't seen such intricacy and finishing in the quilt before.

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