I am no stranger to UFOs. Witness the above list. You can see there have been many a finished project, but a few have languished. So in 3 years of tracking, I did nearly one a month – not too bad. If you were to go back to my lists for 2018, I don’t think I knew I was going to be an Island Batik Ambassador when I made 2018’ s list.
So, I decided to
work play along with Quilting Gail’s PhD in 2020. I am pretty excited as I really want to finish that box of goads in my closet. Without further ado, here is my list.
Now there are 3 projects in italics, those are hand-piecing projects. This year at least one is getting finished, but maybe I can get two done this year. I will only commit to one of them, however, I will hope for finishing 2! I’d like to sew in the summer on those – on the porch – and finish in the fall. I’m working on deciding which to concentrate on – the oldest (indigo), the fastest (Kaffe), or the most fun (la passacaglia).
And, and there is one more further requirement. Anything project that doesn’t extend into 2021 but is started in 2020 needs to be finished. Gail is one tough Academic Dean! I am liking the size of this list. We know some things will creep onto this list, but I do have a full year already.
I am going to visit mentally my happy place, a lovely ocean scene, before I get to crazed about the list I have. Actually, I do feel better now that I know what is ahead.
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Swap Mob Bag (1/15)
The Winter Blues (1/20)
2020 Monthly Color Block