It's quite amazing to look back at what I've accomplished in 2014, as a quilt maker, I have grown enormously. I can't wait to see what 2015 will bring!
Now...How about some new resolutions for 2015?
It's the subject of the moment, it's on everybody's lips ( and blogs...)
I don't always take new resolutions ...at least not the kind I can't keep.
And when I do, it always evolves around being healthier, being more active or lose a few pounds...
BORING isn't it?
It's the beginning of a new year, a chance for a new start and we always want this year to be THE year, right?
It all started a few days ago, I surprised myself making a list of the quilts I want to make in 2015. Things I want to try and things I want to do. Just to give me some kind of directions when I'm stuck. I am pretty sure this list is more likely to change over time, but it's ok.
I initially made the list to avoid quilt hangover … You know that lapse of time from when you finish a quilt and can't decide what to do next... That lapse of time when nothing seems to be happening and you feel like a dog trying to catch his tail...When you are still in the ahh moment and drooling over the last quilt you have made and can't decide what to do next... It can last for days and even weeks sometimes.
So my list brought me to think about new objectives for 2015 and, if I was to set new goals for 2015, it would look like this:
1- Make a list of the quilts I want to make this year to avoid quilt hangover.
2- Learn FMQ (I mean seriously).
3- Push my creativity. This means to focus on doing things differently to develop my uniqueness and be more self-confident with my work.
4- Join a Quilt Guild. Why not?
5- Keep doing what I'm doing...It makes me happy!
Wishing you all the best for 2015!