Saturday, January 31, 2009

Review of January Goals and List of February Goals

Well, I can't believe it, but I actually accomplished all of my January goals. Of course, the list was short, but the projects weren't necessarily small. I completed parts 3 and 4 of the Blackbird Designs Mystery Sampler earlier this month and posted a picture. It is so pretty. I can't wait to get the final installment and finish the whole thing.



I also finished one part of Quaker Turtles. At first, I thought I would count just one medallion as a part. But that would take me 8 months to complete the whole thing. So I decided that one complete turtle would be more appropriate. I can't wait to finish these as the little turtles. They seem so cute.

(His stocking is the one on the left)

Also, I started on Nicholas's stocking. During November and December of last year I completed a stocking for Patrick. He was able to use it at Christmas. Unfortunately, I didn't finish Nicholas's. So my goal is to have this done well before Christmas. As you can see, it was a small start but a start none the less. It should be pretty quick once I finish all of these leaves with the constant floss changes.

Now, on to February. This is such a big month for my family. It is my and Patrick's birthday month. And, February will soon be the birthday month for two nephews and a niece. My younger sister and my sister-in-law are both due in February. Both are having boys!!! Bridget is scheduled to deliver on the 3rd. Mari is not due until later in the month, but she has had some complications and may deliver as soon as next week also. To make the month even better, Patrick and I are going to Disney World. Though Patrick is only in the 8th grade, he is a member of the high school marching and concert band. The band is performing at Disney and I am going as a chaperone. I LOVE DISNEY!!! We are both so excited. (Don't worry about Nicholas, he actually hates to travel. He would rather go camping somewhere close to the house.)

My goals for February:
  1. Second part of Quaker Turtle
  2. Work on Nicholas's stocking
  3. Complete 1/3 of the bald eagle pattern for Pete (my brother)
  4. F&S Round #11 Square
  5. F&S Round #12 Square
  6. F&S Winter Round Square
  7. HOE Biscornu
Not too bad, since most are fairly small projects. Wish me luck. And thanks for stopping by.

2 comments:

Jayne said...

You have set yourself alot of goals for april how do you fit it all in with working full time ? I work shifts so this does tend to eat into my stitching time. I wonder if our names will be matched for any future exchanges you certainly know how to push the boundaries for finishing items I just love opening these packages when they arrive.

Marie-P said...

Congrats on all that you accomplished. Maybe I should set goals and get more done!
Good luck with your Feb. goals...bet you get a lot done.

Ooooh Disney, what fun ~ enjoy.

Happy Birthday :D