I don't make New Year's resolutions, that seems negative to me somehow. Instead I make challenges to myself, to see if I can do something. That's just how my mind works.
Here are a few of the quilting challenges I've set for 2021.
First challenge is to somehow finish these double wedding ring blocks I embroidered 25 - 30 years ago. I bought all the pre-print blocks in the store at that time but there weren't enough for a full sized quilt. Since then I have found the blocks again but I just don't think it would look right to have a different white with the original blocks.
Second challenge, I have a box that I put blocks left from other projects. It seems I always make more blocks than I need. Sometimes I just make 1 block of a quilt to audition if it is a possibility for a to be made quilt, those go into the box too.
My challenge, to make at least one quilt from the box. Even better would be to empty the box but I'm a realist.
Third challenge, I have a box (I have boxes all over the place) with 2" strips and another box with 2.5" strips. Those boxes need to be reduced, they running over! I haven't decided for sure what I'm going to make but at least one quilt needs to happen. Sarah's theme for this year's Hands 2 Help is titled String Therapy. I'm sure she'll have some good ideas I can use.
I think that's enough challenges for this year. Of course these challenge quilts are in addition to all the other quilts I hope to make this year but I'm not going to list those. And then there are those quilts I started last year that need to be finished.