01 February, 2010

February 1

My plan for this decade is still holding and we're already over a month in! In fact, I'm a little bit ahead... I'd better go find some wood to knock on! Last month I turned the "notes" portion of my desk calendar to a place where I listed "goals". January's done and the goals were met. This morning I ripped off the spent calendar page to reveal February and found these items listed under goals for this month to come:

To quilt: 1. Redwork Circles 2. Dog Year Finish piecing: 1. Christmas Nine-patch

As you can see I have already begun quilting on the redwork quilt and can happily report that I accomplished everything I had listed for last month and then some. It's a positive thing to have this public forum to hold me accountable. So far, so good!

Life is Good!



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11 comments:

Justiann said...

I need to take notes on your system!

Loris said...

I agree...public accountability has a good effect :-) Strong work there being ahead of schedule!
I'm just trying to keep up :-)

paula, the quilter said...

I use my calendar for notes & goals too. This calendar is my memory. If I ever lose it I'm sunk.

Mimi said...

Now I'm not a big fan of redwork, but yours is absolutely gorgeous!!! What a darling display.

Thanks for sharing.

Quiltdivajulie said...

The best part is that you are enjoying yourself, not just being a slave to those notes on your calendar.

Good for you!!!

Brenda said...

You're sooo good. I love the redwork, It lookes polished with the quilting.
Congratulations on staying on track. That is no small feat so Kudos to you! B=)

Denise said...

How do you machine quilt so evenly? Do you use a walking foot? Lovely!!

Amy said...

Looking at your lovely quilting, we can tell your relationship with Sundance is flourishing! Kudos galore to you!

julieQ said...

I am glad you are turning notes into deeds! Great work on the circles and redwork, your quilting is outstanding.

Shasta said...

Congratulations! This is beautiful.

StitchinByTheLake said...

I love this redwork pattern. Would you share the name of it? blessings, marlene