I would consider myself a "reformed" Type A person. When I was younger I was certain I could do it all and worked myself into an abyss trying. Now that I'm older (and I think wiser) I try to set goals and make lists to help me focus but in the back of my mind there is still a remnant of that "do it all" me.
Without goals I tend to drift about, but they are also a bit work-like which I don't care for. It's all about balance isn't it? And, if they don't get done, there is always next month and a fresh start. No harm, no foul! Maybe if I keep telling myself that enough it will finally sink in.
Christmas Stretched Stars is quilted and ready for binding. I'm thrilled with how this looks! I used gold thread and grid quilted each block, I'll post some close ups when it's finished.
I don't know what my deal is with these stockings! In December I practically forced myself to get this one done. It's not that I don't like it, because I do and it matches my family room decor perfectly. It's not because it's hard... I just don't know anything other than the fact I do NOT want to work on the next three. Hmphh~!
The Triple-Zip Along got underway on Monday. These are my fabric choices and I'll be getting started on it after I quilt the Valentine's Day runner. This is will be my January NewFo for Barbara's challenge at Cat Patches.
And Sew On. It looks easy so should knock that out today minus the embroidery to create a tape measure since I miffed on ordering fabric for it.
I'm linking up to WIP Wednesday@Freshly Pieced.