What is it about humans that setting goals works so well? We make New Year's Resolutions. We begin that diet on Monday. (Well, maybe those don't work so well.) Quilters have UFO Challenges, and even though the chances of my getting through my entire list for this year's challenge is somewhere between slim and none, I still got several things finished that I would otherwise have ignored.
I wouldn't have gone into all that business if I didn't have a goal. For the month of November I have pledged to sit at my quilting frame and work on the 6-pointed star quilt for at least an hour every day. So far, we are 4 days in and I'm 100% on that goal. My callouses are returning, but aren't too sore.
Other than this hour of quilting each day, my work has consisted of getting the last of the bazaar sewing done. I will have a bit more sewing to do today, and then it's time to pull everything together and get the car loaded up. Set up is Friday evening.
Have you put of voting in the Bloggers' Quilt Festival? Today is the last day, so if you've not taken the time to check out all the entries, time is running out! I would love it if you'd give a little love to my Long Road Home quilt in the Hand Quilted Category. This is what it looks like. Thanks for voting!
Happy Quilting, Friends!