Well? Did you get a UFO under control and moved forward just a bit? Finish something? Get rid of it because you never want to finish it? That counts, you know. I do it myself sometimes.
I resolved to work on my daughter’s wedding quilt, and while I haven’t worked on it as much as I want or need to, I have put in a few stitches. And every stitch moves me further along, right?
Because I’m cruising this week . . . in fact, today I’m teaching a fusible applique class to several quilting cruisers after several days of doing other fun stuff . . . this week’s task is a repeat:
Pick something from the list that you didn’t get done the first (or second) time we’ve worked on it, and see if you can move it further along, or even finish it this time.
I’ll be home soon, and will have some days before the next task to revisit an older one, and I think I’m going to pick “Eradicate a pile”. I’ve made some doosies lately, and I could sure use the breathing room. Plus, it just feels good to have a pile gone and know that all the stuff is put away. I need that.
What about you?
What task do you need to revisit this week?