Happy New Year!
I’m satisfied with the way things are going, so I’m not making any dramatic changes.
Here are my goals for 2017, and how I am going to carry them over (or not) to 2018:
- explore new exhibit opportunities to enter and show my work – I will definitely continue with this in 2018. I’m off to a good start. In January, I plan to submit entries to:
- explore new workshop ideas – I didn’t develop any new workshops, but I already have several trunk shows/lectures and workshops booked for 2018 and even 2019. See my schedule here.
- create a series of tree quilts, each with different techniques. – No tree quilts were made in 2017, so I’m going to scrap this goal for 2018, and just focus on whatever subject matter captures my interest – which may or may not include trees!
- continue to collaborate with my fiber artist sister Anne on one or more fiber art projects – Anne and I worked on a joint project throughout 2017 (blog post coming soon).
- de-clutter and re-organize my studio – I started off strong in 2017, with a new scrap organization system (see photo below), a closet re-organization, and paper re-organization But there’s a lot more to be organized, so this will stay on my list for 2018 – and probably forever!
- start a bullet journal to replace all the lists I keep making on random pieces of paper – I realized that keeping a bullet journal would turn into a big project that would take time away from quilting design and creation, so I scrapped this idea.
I love my scrap system!
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