Wednesday, December 30, 2015

2016 Goals

Val over at Val's Quilting Studio has suggested we put some of our goals down for this year.
Where do I start?
Of course for January you know I want to get the sewing room cleaned up and workable. I just have now umph to get down here and work cause it's sooooo messy. That is #1 goal.

I would also like to get 1 UFO a month done. This may be possible because every Thursday (unless we're gone to vend at a show) my BQB (Best Quilting Buddy) comes over and we have been working on UFO's.

Another goal is to get at least 1 or 2 of my own quilts quilted each month. I probably still have 50 tops to do. I have sold off some tops that I have lost interest in or just know I will never get around to doing.

I also want to be a little more organized in my business/ This last year things sort of got away from me and I felt so frazzled by the end of the year. I was stressed to the max. Not this year. (I hope.)

Also, I would like to have certain days that I work on the Vintage Machines that I have accumulated. Some of these I will keep and some will be sold. I just need time to work on them.

MORE Treadle Time!!! I haven't messed with my treadle in a while and I really, really want to do some more treadling.

I guess what it boils down to here  is that my goals this year are to have more me time to do the things I wants to do instead of being pushed by deadlines for the business. Which means-------get organized. Wish me luck.

I'm going to link this up to Val's post HERE.

Til later,
Hugs & Stitches


  1. Go for it.! You can do all this and more

  2. I can imagine quilting as a business is stressful. I like your idea of completing one UFO a month...that is doable...right? :)HappyNew Year Mary!!

    1. Keeping my fingers crossed that I do one a month. Some projects are so close to being done as far as piecing, so I'm hoping.

  3. It's a familiar problem. We all seem to have sooo many overlaps in our goal setting. Good luck achieving your goals