I’m a month behind on this but I decided it would be a good exercise any time of year. Right?! And I’ll throw in some photos of what I’ve been sewing. So this post is definitely getting better by the minute.
Goal 1: My biggest goal is to let go of perfection (at least temporarily)
Before I had my daughter, I had many ideals of what I wanted this blog to be and how it had to look. But you know what? I don’t have time to make it perfect right now. So I just stopped writing. And now I’ve missed a year of sharing, exploring and interacting with many of my bloggy friends.
So I decided to make it work for me, perfect or not. So, while my daughter is young, you’ll see more iPhone photos from me on here. And more posts composed in my phone. But they will be great iPhone photos and hilarious autocorrected posts. Yep.
Goal 2: Finish my quilt photography series
Last year I started writing up a series of quilt photography tutorials. It covered iPhones to fancy dslrs and how to shoot in all kinds of situations. I was having so much fun! Then I got discouraged with my own lack of a time, moving to an un- photogenic working space and my camera gear stored in the garage. That is lame. I love photography and helping people with it. Time to get writing!
Goal 3: Write a quilt pattern
I’ve wanted to try this for a long time and Cheryl from Meadow Mist Designs just started a blog series on it. It’s meant to be! I have something sketched out already and can’t wait to complete the process.
Goal 4: Hook myself up with the quilty goodness.
Guys, I have a comforter from a discount big box store on my bed that has fake patchwork on it. People ask me if I made it. How embarrassing!!! Must fix this.
Phew! It feels great to write that out. Now let’s go create something!