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2018 Quilty Goals


as 2017 comes to a close, i've reflected on what i've done this year. i continued to teach beginning sewing classes, as well as a knit garment class. i taught a block of the month and taught a summer kids sewing class. so for teaching i branched out and have discovered that i love it! i have finished plenty of quilt and sewn more garments for myself and my girls. but now it is time to start determining what i want to accomplish in 2018!

as with years prior i want to finish off those quilty projects that i didn't finish this year!
  • Checkered Bed quilt (still on the list from last year)
  • Sunshine Ripples quilt
  • Lizzy House Snail Quilt
  • Lizzy House EPP Party Quilt
  • Rainbow Boxed in Quilt
  • Bonnie & Camille Vice Versa Sampler Quilt
  • I Spy Polaroid Quilt
  • Mini Charm Chocolate Quilt
most of this quilts are just waiting for me to quilt. the tops are done, but with the decision to move mid-way through the summer, i tended work on small projects instead of my bigger ones. but now that we are moved and starting to settle in, it is time to get finish this quilts before i start too many new projects!

new quilts to work on in 2018
  • Heartland Heritage Sampler (BOM) from Inspiring Stitches
  • Tula Pink Modern Sampler #100days100blocks2018 with Gnome Angel
  • Elizabeth Hartman All the Animals Sew-A-Long with Gnome Angel
  • a new Christmas quilt (haven't decided what i want to make, but i'm thinking something from Thimble Blossoms)
  • begin to design and sell my own quilt patterns!
personal goals for 2018
  • read 52 books
  • run my first half-marathon
  • HAVE FUN with my hubby and kiddos in our new town!
and of course i know i will add new projects, take away ones that are not working, but generally i just want to enjoy our new life in the UP of Michigan!

linking up Quilting Jetgirl for the #2018plannerparty

Comments

  1. Great goals. All pretty quilt tops. Wishing you the best in 2018.

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  2. I hope you do enjoy quilting, life, and have a joyous and peaceful 2018. Thank you so much for linking up.

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  3. Beautiful quilts - looking forward to seeing what the next year will bring!

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  4. Looks like an awesome list of goals and projects! I'm sure you'll have a lot of fun working on this list! 😊

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