It's that time of year again -- time to make resolutions! If you're like me, you make a bunch on January 1 and then immediately fail to keep them. Here are 8 common resolutions that quilters make (and ones that are totally okay to break, by the way!).
1--Pull fabric from your stash instead of buying more fabric. Yes I'm laughing too! This one is TOTALLY okay to break, if you know what I mean.
2--Keep your sewing space neat and tidy. The key word in that sentence is KEEP. I clean mine but it only lasts until the next time I sew.
3--Finish your works-in-progress before you start a new project. Like that's really going to happen.
4--Make a quilt for yourself. Excuse me? Quilter's make quilts for themselves?
5--Start holiday gifts and projects earlier this year.
6--Do your own quilting instead of sending it out to be quilted.
7--Stop promising you'll make a quilt for your friend's sister, neighbor's nephew, etc.
8–Make more time for quilting.
Happy New Year Quilters!! Hope to see you in the shop often in 2019!!