1. Use up, donate or dispose of 100 yards of fabric.
...about 2 yards of fabric a week... all the fabric I haul around keeps me bound to the past...
I will have to count up and post an update soon, but I know I'm nowhere near
I have willingly cut into several long-stashed fabrics (examples here and here). At this point (some decades after many of these were purchased), letting go of the original purpose of the fabric has finally freed me.
2. Get my UFO pile down to single digits.
...it sounds reasonable...
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3. Track my progress.
Well! Since I didn't bother to count or post my UFO's at the beginning of the year, I don't even know if I've really made progress toward Goal #2. Need to recommit to Tracking my Progress, definitely.
UFO/WIP list - What IS, August 2015
|* = projects shown above|
(1) Grandma's bedspread (2) Drama t-shirt quilt* (3) Relaxing Robin* (4) Barnyard Play Quilt* (5) Love in my Heart (6) Wordy Wallhanging* (7) Red/pink/black baby quilt* (8) Ocean Waves wallhanging* (9) Cuppa Joe wallhanging* (10) Scrappy 1930s checkerboard* (11) 2013 buck-a-block monochrome*
(12) Striped placemats (13) Hurry Up Pizza Man (14) mystery cube puzzle (15) paper-pieced daisy pillow cushions
(16) jersey pj dress (17) red linen dress (18) wool cape/coat
(19) coin purses (20) rag rug* (21) headwarmer (22) neck ruff
Alrighty, I've got my work cut out for me. Twenty-plus UFO's doesn't seem like an insurmountable pile. My only problem is that I keep getting excited and starting new projects. This list lets me know that I should
Finish AT LEAST TWO projects for each ONE that I begin
--for the rest of 2015
Anyone with me? Or just willing to chime in and help keep me honest? I promise to come to your blog and cheer you on, too!