It's good to have a gimmick.
You know something that's unique or clever
enough to stand out from the usual.
A list of "to do" projects is a good idea.
It helps to remind me of what I've either started
or what I want to do.
But that list is long and can look very daunting
and not very fun.
Last year, my quilt group, "the Quilting Buddies",
started a plan, The 11 Project Progress Plan,
or what was affectionately referred to as the
That was so successful for me, I'm ready
to try it again only with a few slight changes.
Instead of choosing projects that have been
hopelessly lingering, I want to include
some new projects.
Also instead of designating only 11 specific projects,
I have * about 20
and at the beginning of
each month I want to take a look at those *'s
and make a choice based on
what the coming month has in store or
even how I feel.
So I guess I might have to change the name of my plan,
but the purpose is the same,
to progress a project forward
without feeling bad about having so many on a list.
First project, which is actually my newest addition,
is some spring embroidery,
from a pattern called Daffodil Daze
It's a good remind that
winter doesn't last forever.