The Things I Need to Do to Get Ready for Quiltmaking in 2020

In no particular order:

  1. New Goodreads shelf
  2. New blog photo folder on my hard drive
  3. Move old blog photo folder to archive folder
  4. Organize projects so I know what to cut in 2020
    1. Once I decide, make a list for my cutting table
    2. Write a post about what I am cutting in 2020
  5. Add a new blog category for 2020
  6. Set up posts I work on all year long.
    1. all donation blocks
    2. Year in Review
    3. All donation quilts
    4. Gift Bags in July
  7. Update my fabric usage spreadsheet
  8. Organize FOTY 2019 units
  9. Decide on a shape for FOTY 2020
  10. Update my fabric/quilting purchases spreadsheet

Author: JayeL

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

3 thoughts on “The Things I Need to Do to Get Ready for Quiltmaking in 2020”

  1. Hi Jaye,
    You just gave me a great idea by thinking out loud, thank you!
    Also, thank you for your wonderful Christmas card, it’s always fun to see how the Young Man is changing πŸ™‚ I wish him the best in Portland!
    I specially enjoyed the attached letter that summed up your year. I should do that too once we have enough things to talk about πŸ™‚ Hope you have a fabulous 2020, I’m looking forward to reading your posts!

    1. I hope you will do that letter next year. I start writing it in January and just note things that come up. Not everything that is interesting is dramatic. It is all about the story. I love it when people tell me what is going on in their life, whether they talk about work or quiltmaking or something else.

      1. I agree, that’s why it’s always interesting to read yours, this way even I miss things during the year (and I often do) I can get an overall picture πŸ™‚ You and Kathy Matthews are the only 2 people I know who do this, and I thank you, I really appreciate it!

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