In September I attended my first Triangle Modern Quilt Guild meeting in hopes of gaining the courage to begin digging into my Grammie's quilting stash and WIPs. Since then I have attended a second Guild meeting as well as three free quilting classes at a fun fabric printing shop in Durham called Spoonflower. I have really enjoyed open studio time at Spoonflower as well and look forward to many more sessions.
But although I have found the courage to jump into a quilting community, I am still hesitant to do any quilting without a class structure to guide me. So I am linking up with Quilty Habit's "Sewing with Certainty" linky party in an effort to hold myself accountable for quilting a little more fearlessly!
These are my goals for the next few months:
Completing the binding on the postage stamp mini quilt I began in the Postage Stamp class I took with Claudia from Snuggly Monkey. Binding is a little bit scary but I want a FINISH! I feel like completing my first project would really be a confidence booster to dive into the next one.
Sharing my postage stamp mini quilt at Triangle Modern Quilt Guild show and tell. If I can find the courage to finish, I can find the courage to share!
I have projects in mind for my big girl, silly guy, and my mother-in-law that I need to start! I cut material for A's quilt but I am nervous that I don't have enough fabric, or that she won't love it and my effort will be wasted. This is an act of love that I hope she will cherish and I fear her rejection (4 year olds aren't exactly known for their praise!) I have fabric for D's Wolfpack blanket but I don't have a plan for cutting or piecing so I need to work on that. And then for my mother-in-law, I have some various fabrics that I think she will love but choosing blender fabrics has been a challenge so I hope to conquer that as well.
So many goals! Thank you for the push Jessica!