Being a list maker, I love participating in the 2016 Finish Along. It holds me accountable and helps to keep me motivated to finish projects. But the downside is that these posts really make it feel like this year is just flying by too quickly!
Unlike the One Monthly Goal project where I can state what I want to accomplish, whether it be to make a few blocks or cut fabric, these projects need to be completely finished. That makes it a little more challenging and I need to be more realistic in my goal setting. Here's what I've decided upon:
1. Finish my Pulse Quilt.
2. Finish my Holiday Wreath bee quilt. It's time to get these sashed up and finished.
3. Finish my Cathedral Window bed runner that I will be gifting to my dad and stepmom for their wedding in the fall.
4. Take these quilt blocks and turn them into a quilt to donate to our local guild's charity project, The House Next Door, which provides counseling to children who have been sexually abused.
5. I'd also like to take this old test Dutch Windmill block (from the 2015 Fabri-Quilt block hop) and make it into a quilt mini for my sewing room.
This list might be doable, but I know that I'll have a lot of sewing in upcoming months for the Pulse Quilts that will be coming in from all around the world.