Well, this is it. The last day of 2013.
And the last task of The Final Countdown.
And it is:
Now, this list can have any twelve projects you want on it. Well, I’m at least expecting quilting or sewing projects, but what I mean is . . .
It can be a list of UFOs you’d like to finish up.
Or it can be a list of new projects you’d like to start in 2014.
It could be something like sewing a button back on your coat.
Or it could be hand quilting a king-sized quilt.
Or it can be a combination of any of the above.
Furthermore, I’m not going to make you do anything with the list, but I DO expect you to do something with it. Exactly what you do with the list is up to you.
I’ve listed mine in order from easiest/quickest to finish to hardest/most time-consuming to finish. I’m hoping to finish one each month, so that by the end of the year, the list is done (and then I can make an all new one!)
If you don’t have, and never plan to have, 12 things going all at once, you can make your list whatever size you want, but I’m just going to assume that most of you will make at least 12 things this year, and 12 means one per month, so that’s why I chose twelve.
I showed you my list . . .*
Now show me yours!
And then get crackin’ on those projects, now that your space is all organized, and you have momentum from having finished one thing already. Let’s all have a fabulously productive 2014!
Be sure to leave your comments on the posts, and check back on January 5th, and I’ll announce the prize winners.
I’ll also be back tomorrow with the final report from the 350 Blocks Project, so check back tomorrow.
*And . . . about my list: I got my cute little printables from Poppy Press SF on Etsy. I was looking for a calendar in a certain format, and she had just what I wanted, and the Notes page came with it. I use an 8 1/2″ x 11″ 3-ring binder for my planner, and these fit just perfectly. Makes me feel all organized, even tho I know I’m really not!