This was my first week in 2020 where I couldn't fit in some stitching time every day.
15 minute days/week = 5/7 days
15 minute days/January = 29/31 days
15 minute days/2020 = 30/32 days
Success rate = 93.75%
My goal for 2020 is to maintain a success rate of 85%, so I'm doing well on that front. It's just unrealistic and requires major contortions on my part to try to maintain a 90% success rate when I'm working full time. The point with the 15 minutes to stitch is to get me to the sewing room even when I feel too tired. If I can get myself up the stairs, typically I can find the energy to take a few stitches in something and keep my projects moving.
I didn't set any firm goals on stash management this year. There didn't seem to be any point as I typically can't help myself when it comes to buying fabric, with the end result I fail spectacularly with any planned fabric diet. My focus is on using up fabric (new or stash). Since some weeks are really slow on stash usage, I'll just report monthly totals this year.
January fabric out = 6.73 yards
The quilt back for Twinkle Stars was a good part of that total, but the Mosaic Mystery and Frolic blocks are included in that total as well. Linking up with Quiltpaintcreate for the stash report this week.
You can link up below and share how your efforts to find some stitchy time each week went.
|1. Julie in GA|
2. Shasta @ High Road Quilter
|7. maggie f|
9. Quilting Gail
11. katie z.
12. Jennifer in Indy
14. Loulee (Manxgirl)
16. Christina's Handicrafts