June Project Goals

If only I could REALLY narrow my goals down to one a month. I have about a million. So, I've decided I'll have a Primary Goal and some Bonus Goals. I'm joining A Lovely Year of Finishes for the first time this month.

The Primary (and ALYoF) Goal

I'd been thinking about what to do for teacher gifts for the end of the year and didn't even think about sewing something (duh!) until I saw Sarah's post of Terrific Teacher Gifts. I love her little zipper pouches, but I don't have the energy to deal with zippers at the moment, so I have another idea. In the interest of keeping the gifts somewhat of a surprise I'll refrain from sharing the specifics of my project for now, but here are my fabric groupings. I pulled way more than I need, but I figure once they are done I'll decide which we're keeping and which we're giving as gifts. And making ten of the same project will go fast since I can work on them assembly line style, right? These are all fat quarters that I pulled from my stash. Follow my progress on instagram @sarahmgoer.

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The Bonus Goals

  • Decide on my plan for party outfits for the kids to wear at The Boy's birthday party next month.
  • Complete the step 12 of my mystery quilt.
  • Quilt blocks 3 and 4 from the Building Blocks Quilt Along.
  • Do something with my patriotic orphan block.
  • Dust off my WIP quilt for The Girl... and figure out what I'm doing next.

I'm linking up to ALYoF June Goal Setting Party.

8 thoughts on “June Project Goals

  1. I don't do instagram, so I look forward with curiosity to seeing what these wonderful fabrics turn into! I recognize a few fabrics from samples that were sent to me as a donation. Some of those have been in your stash a while, so you are also stash-busting!

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks for visiting, Susan. I will certainly post the finished projects to the blog -- and I have 9 days to get them done, so it'll be soon! Most of these fabrics have been in my stash for 10+ years, I think. I'm pretty excited to be stash-busting! :-)

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        1. sarah

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          Thanks, Sandy! I'm having fun cutting it all to pieces! A few teachers, a few for us, a few for other gifts. :-)

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    1. sarah

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      I have a hard time NOT multitasking, so there was no way to limit to one goal. :-) And I have to give these gifts on June 11, so that should leave time to do more sewing, right?

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