- I only have to commit to one goal at a time., not a laundry list of projects–it's a personal challenge and not a competition.
- I choose my own goal.
- Projects can be new, on-going or a golden oldie UFO–I still have too many of those.
- Even when I fail to meet the monthly goal, I make progress.
My goal for January is to complete the hand-pieced blocks and figure out what to do with them, design wise, to finish a top from these 2010 Quilt-along blocks.
I made some progress hand-piecing the rest of the blocks last year, but stalled when I realized I was missing one of the block patterns. I tried and failed to contact the organizer, then decided I could draft my own pattern. Sometimes I am such a scaredy cat and that fear can be paralyzing.
This month, I'll "feel the fear and do it anyway." Wish me luck.
I'm adding this post to the Goal Setting party.