I am a day late, I hope to regularly do this on Sundays from now on, but being under the weather has proven to make me run a little slower than normal.
Each week I am going to reflect on how many days I was able to work on something quilty related for at least 15 minutes. This could include drawing out a pattern that is in my head, figuring out calculations for a pattern I have created, organizing and/or folding fabric, ironing fabric after starching, cutting pieces for a project, sitting down at my machine, or hand stitching either a binding or English Paper Piecing. All of these things are fun for me, and by spending 15 minutes or more a day will help move along some of the projects I hope to finish this year.
I am modeling my tally after Kate at Life in Pieces. I like how she has broken it out.
Days spent stitching this week: 3 out of 7
Days spent stitching for January: 3 out of 7
Days spent stitching for 2018: 3 out of 7
Rate of Success: 42.8%
I am not starting the year off strong, but I have felt like I am coming down with something since right after Christmas. It is like a storm is brewing off the coast, you can feel it, but you have to be patient, which I'm not with sickness. I just want it to turn into whatever it is suppose to be because I do not like feeling under the weather only slightly, and not being able to do things I love. Including being able to work on quilty related stuff each day.
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