1) Pick 3 specific Quilty/Craft goals - finish some UFO's? try something new? make that baby quilt? declutter/destash? easy/hard? Doesn't matter, just be specific. Specificity helps so we don't justify changing our goals or rationalizing that we generally completed them when we only tried.
If you didn't know I took the challenge last year, and what was my number one goal? You are reading it now. Oh yes, Jen has a lot to answer for, it was she who unleashed me into the world of blogging.
I hit my second goal too, but the third one I failed,
resulting in one of my most viewed posts titled would you believe I failed............
This year I am taking up the challenge again and here are my three personal challenges:
1. I stated recently that one of my goals for 2017 was to conquer FMQ but her we are a week into January and how much time have I practiced? Zero! So my first challenge is to practice three times a week.
This is the result of my efforts last year, and it wasn't even my supreme slider. You can read about it here if you want the gory details.
2. I have talked so much about my circles quilt and finished the top in October, is it completed yet?
No, not touched. Number two is to finish and bind circles.
3. My sister is having a big birthday this year, actually in March and I have decided to make her a quilt. I have a pack of fat quarters from Oakshott Fabrics in my stash and will complete it by March 13th, her 60th birthday. No pic, sorry, but the pack is called Moonlight.
So these are my goals, Do you have the courage to take the 100 Day Challenge?
If you would like to read all about the challenge and join in post a reply or link to Jen's post @ Quilter in the Closet
Maybe you will start writing your own blog if you haven't got one and who knows what jen will unleash in Quilting Blogland in the next year..............
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Jen @ Quilter in the Closet