1. Finish Lollypop Trees quilt. I need to finish up the quilting, sew on the sleeve, label and binding. Still looking for a name.
2. Quilt the Sol Lewitt’s Quilting Basics quilt. I have no idea how to do this, or what to back it with, but I’m thinking some of that Charleston Farmhouse I picked up last week.
3. Bee Blocks for April, May and June. There’s obviously no illustration for May or June blocks because they haven’t come my way yet. But *here* are April’s.
4. Finish off my Colorwheel Blossom Quilt Top. I’ve got a couple of ideas on how to expand it slightly. Then, next, will come the headache of How Do I Quilt This? A happy headache.
5. Ongoing: Selvage Blocks. I have centers cut for white, followed by cream. From sunshiny brights to neutrals.
6. Cut out Mexican Quilt. I call it that because the fabric I’ve chosen has a lot of calaveras, motifs, and colors from south of the border.
7. Cut out Good Luck Quilt. When our area had it’s last quilter fun-run, I missed it, but was able to get some of the yardage to make a quilt. I’ve got it dreamed up, now just have to execute.
8. Finish the Amish With a Twist-II quilt. You know: binding, hand-sewing the binding down, sleeve and label.
9. I’ve also thrown on sewing three skirts. Fabric bought and pattern chosen. Motivation missing.
Of course all of this flies in the face of Derek Sivers’ TED talk: Those who announce their goals are less likely to finish them. Watch below.
What I do find is that when I’m brain dead and only want to do *nothing at all* having that list taped to the front of my fabric cabinet gives me a place to start.