I've not done very well this year in meeting my OMG, a measly 36% success rate, versus a combined 88% success rate for my 2016 and 2017 OMG efforts. What's even more head scratching, is that I'm sewing more. So where's the disconnect? Something to contemplate as I try to decide on my quilty ambitions for 2019.
All that aside, I need to figure out what's the goal for this month. Turns out that's a pretty easy decision. It would be nice to get one more finish this year and the only project that's going to happen with is the Halloween Mystery quilt.
|Halloween Mystery designed by Carrie Randall (Quilter's Hideaway)|
The label is made.
But the binding hasn't been cut and assembled yet. I've also purchased some buttons to add eyes to the bats, in hopes that makes them a bit more identifiable. The Halloween Mystery quilt is supposed to be a Christmas gift, so that's added incentive to get it finished. Hopefully, getting this project to finished quilt is a goal that I can manage.
Linking up with Elm Street Quilts for the December One Monthly Goal.