It wasn't hard to decide what project to do for January's One Monthly Goal.
The question was how much to try to get done? I do not like to over commit on my projects, but considering that May is only 5 months away now and I have three quilts to finish by the middle of that month, pushing now is necessary in order to be ready for graduation. So the plan is to get Bejeweled from where it is now,
to being shipped out the door for quilting. There's only two columns of blocks left to be sewn together before the center of the quilt is assembled. That leaves the top and bottom inner border and a final border to be cut and sewn on. The backing will be scrappy left overs of the fabrics used in the blocks. That will have to be assembled as well. But I think it's all doable, January is a long month and other than DT's birthday, there's nothing likely to pull me out of the sewing room for a weekend.
Bejeweled is number 1 on the quilt plan for this year, but I'm substituting it for my number 3 quilt for the purposes of Patchwork Times UFO-2017 Challenge. I need to start and finish quilt #3, which is the First Amendment Quilt by May too, but it's just seems smarter to finish Bejeweled first as it's the closest to being done.
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