I really tried to narrow down my 2020 goals for this year to a smaller number of items. So here they are!
Write a Book
I have a book that's been swimming around in my head. It's a quilting technique book. 2020 is my year to focus on that. My first step will be to take the big picture ideas I have and to map those into a rough table of contents and bite sized chunks so I can have small 1-day or 1-week goals to work on.
Patterns and Other Product Development
I have numerous patterns that I've self published or had in magazines. (Just one is currently for sale on Bluprint.) I plan to get more of the patterns out for sale as PDFs and to work on developing these into print patterns so I can have them available for purchase when I speak and teach. I have one other product in development in the moment that I will release in 2020.
Connect with the Quilting Community
I love interacting with the quilting community. This is one of the biggest reasons why I travel to lecture and teach. I also enjoy my involvement at my two guilds at home, Bay Area Modern Quilting and Santa Clara Valley Quilt Association. And of course, there is the online community of quilters. I enjoy interacting with makers through blogs and Instagram. And I am a member of numerous quilting groups on Facebook. All of that is pretty much status quo of what I've been doing. However, tomorrow I'll be rolling out a new monthly linkup on my blog! Come back by the blog tomorrow to see all the details of how to participate in the new linkup.
I'm linking up with Yvonne at Quilting Jetgirl for the 2020 Planning Party.
This post concludes my 31 posts in 31 days for the 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge with Cheryl of muppin.com. I will not keep posting daily, but I do have two queued up for tomorrow, the FAL Q4 finishes linkup, and the kickoff post for my new monthly linkup.