Thanks for allowing me to participate in the blog. Like you, I have a lot I want to accomplish this year. One project I may actually finish today! I have been working on my grandson's birth sampler for several years. Aiden is going to be 3 on Jan.24 and I wanted to have it finished by then. I worked on it yesterday and I am almost finished! I just need to put on his birthdate and do a little outlining on the animal faces and it will be ready to go to the framers!
I have quite a few goals for this coming years. I have started Autumn at Hawk Hollow Run and would like to have at least four - six blocks done by the end of the year. It will be my big project. I am about half way finished with a picture of Monticello that I purchased on vacation this past summer. I bought about a half dozen kits at different historical sites and I would like to add them to my rotation. My small projects will be towels, coasters, etc. that I have had bought up for years and I want to get some of them worked. That means that I will have the big project, a historical kit project, and a small project going. I think that this is a reasonable goal. Good luck to everyone else on achieving their stitching and nonstitching goals for this year. Angel