1. Quilt Plan Progress. The plan included 12 quilts to be finished and six new projects to be started.
Four quilts from the plan were finished: Inverted Star, 2018 Christmas Mystery, Christmas Angels and Vintage Dresses.
Twinkle Stars went from a set of finished blocks to an almost finished flimsy.
Eight new quilt projects were started: Wild and Goosey (2019 Rainbow Scrap Challenge Quilt), Daisy Chain Mystery, Storm at Sea, Simply Sensational Summer Scrap Quilt, Mosaic Mystery, 2019 Christmas Mystery Quilt, Winter Quilt Along, 2019 Bonnie Hunter Mystery Frolic. There were six new quilts listed on the original quilt plan. Two from that list ended up not happening, so actually there's only two new projects that weren't planned for in 2019.
2. Stitch for 15 Minutes Every Day in 2019 and host a Sunday Linky Party.
Ended the year with 332 days of stitching time out of 365 days, for a success rate of 90.96%. My target for the year was >90%, so just met that goal.
Posted 52 weekly 15 Minute to Stitch linky parties.
3. Sew from the Stash.
Wild and Goosey used up a lot of triangle scraps, while the Sensational Summer Scrappy quilt used up a number of 2.5 strips. Daisy Chain and the Winter Quilt Along projects used up left over fabrics from other quilting projects. Storm at Sea, Mosaic Mystery, and Frolic used stash fabrics. The only quilt that used new fabrics was the 2019 Christmas Mystery. So not bad performance on this particular goal for 2019.
The only major fail for 2019 was finishing off projects. I would have liked to had a few more finishes, but four finishes are better than none at all. So I'll be happy with that success. Finding time to stitch went well most of the year and using stash fabrics went pretty well too. So I'll call 2019 a success and work harder on getting more finishes in 2020.