I am linking up with Yvonne at Quilting Jetgirl for her Planning Party.
2018 was not a very productive quilting year for me. There weren't many quilt projects about which I was excited. Lifestyle changes that come along with age affected my connection to the quilting group support that had always challenged and inspired me. So.... I am adjusting to changes and I am ready have a plan and to get excited again.
1 Eleven Christmas quilts for great grandchildren.
Christmas Quilts. One for each grandchild and one for my daughter and son in law, one for my son and his wife, and one for my mother in law and father in-law. This is one of the quilts. I used fabric from the same box of strips but every quilt was different. You can click on the link above to see the others.
I made 9 identical blocks and put one in every quilt. I didn't tell them where it was but told them they had to find it.
I am going to make all the new Christmas quilts from one pool of fabrics and I am not going to make Log Cabin blocks because they are time consuming and I am slower than I used to be. I will make one block for each quilt that is identical.
As I did when I made the log cabin quilts, I will not allow myself to start any new projects but I will work on UFO's. When I did this before I finished every single UFO that I had. YES......every single one.
2 Will work on my BIG UFO which has been around forever.
3 I will spend 1 or 2 days a month making blocks for group projects or for my box of improv blocks that have no specific quilt in mind.
So that is my list, it's short but doable.
My other UFO's are not on the list because they are not a priority.