Goals for 2017

For 2017, I do have some thoughts and plans. First will be the finishing of several UFO quilts. Do you also tend to finish quilts for other people before your own? Some of mine have been just quilt tops for several years, lol. In the plans is also to venture into more intricate quilting designs. Having been quilting for only about 3 years, my "go-to" is usually the large meandering. This is an excellent design that works for many quilts, but I really need to learn some more designs. Closely related to this will be my first attempt at a wholecloth quilt with some fabrics won recently. Wish me luck! Another plan is to continue attempting to make better blog photos. While they have gotten better, some still do not look as good as I'd like. Any helpful photography tips are always appreciated. Improving on writing blog posts will be a goal as well. As a closing thought, my word for 2017 is going to be patience. Everything cannot happen/be done instantly, right? Sending thanks to Yvonne of Quilting JETgirl for hosting a link party for our plans for 2017. Be sure to visit her blog and even join in the link party. Image: geralt | Pixabay.com

~Linking-up with Quilting JETgirl's 2017 Planning Party~


  1. Well, you're a step ahead of me in the quilting department! I haven't tried fmq at all yet! Good luck with your goals!

  2. Danice I can't believe you have only been quilting for that long, you do such beautiful work! Good luck and Happy New Year!

  3. Have fun working on your goals.

  4. A wholecloth quilt is something I would love to tackle myself, and I hope that you have a lot of fun creating one in 2017. Thank you so much for linking up, and Happy New Year!

  5. Oh thank you all. Such nice comments. Yes, I really do need luck on the wholecloth. 'Hoping to begin that one within a week.


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