It’s a new year. Anyone happy to say goodbye to 2020? A new year means new years resolutions. That doesn’t just mean we need to be better with money, organization, or how much we weigh. While recently listening to a Tips with Toni podcast. I had to agree when she said, “there is more to life than how much you weigh and how much is in your bank account.” Quilting for example, it makes me whole lot happier than the scale ever has. So I’ll be focusing my new year’s resolutions in quilting.
I have big plans for the future. I wish I could reveal more now. But trust me when I say exciting things are coming. Would you like to join me in setting a few quilting new year’s resolutions?
How about organizing your scraps and sewing room. I use the word organize loosely here. I do live by the motto. Creative clutter is better than tidy idleness. But it is nice to be able to find things. It’s also helpful when it comes to making your next great creation. Here are a few tips on keeping your scraps organized and useable. Amy from Diary of a Quilter has some great tips for getting your sewing room in order.
Maybe you would like to finish a few UFO’s. I have a tool for that. It will enable you to see what projects you have. Where in the process they are. So you can see in a glance what you may want to work on next. And turn them into finished quilts!
Wherever your focus this year. I hope you will have fun setting a few quilting new years resolutions.