Since July 1st is two days from my scheduled wedding, the upcoming quarter seems like a great timeframe for making said goals list.
1. Yoga mat cover
2. Oakie outfit (for the wedding)
Here is our intrepid Traveling Penguin, auditioning fabrics for his tuxedo pants for the wedding. He has already chosen the silky aqua fabric for his bowtie and cummerbund. Stay tuned, it's gonna be a dapper outfit.
3. Wedding sewing & crafting (see related list--I have to post this separately, for sanity reasons)
4. Two rows for Relaxing Robin
5. Rainbow bathrobe
Wow, where did this project go? I was all set to have a Year of Sewing Garments, and my plans went awry quickly. It's all cut out. Sewed the pockets and the waist tie. Well, maybe I can get this one garment sewn before half the year is over.
6. Mending/hemming for summer wearing
7. Binding for Sweetie's t-shirt quilt
It's at the quilter now, so will just need binding when it gets back. Although I love the geometric black fabric for a binding, I don't think I have enough of it.
8. Two blocks for daughter's t-shirt quilt
I have plans, big plans for this quilt. Just got excited by other things before I really got going on it. But I'd like to do the piecing associated with these 2 particular plays as my beginning foray. This quilt was promised with a 3-year timeframe; sounds about right for my stops-and-starts.
As always, my list is more aspirational than solid goals. I just need things in writing to keep them sorted out. That way I can check back in on myself when I get to spinning in circles and stop making sense.
Since my list of goals includes at least one quilt to complete, I'm linking up with Finish Along at The Littlest Thistle. That way, I can celebrate in public (I am a showoff and I know it.)
And, if I'm really at a loss for things to work on, these items have passed from WIP into UFO status, and could be revived:
9. Cloth baskets
Um... Yeah... These were supposed to go with the aprons that I was making in the fall for Christmas gift giving. Ran into a snag, which will require some un-sewing and adjusting of sizes. And there they sit, all ready for Mr. Rippy to come along and fix things. Too bad my seam ripper doesn't have an autopilot setting...
10. Sun hatsSo buried in storage that I won't dig them out now for a picture...