Check out how Clubhouse Kim stays grounded and on task…and gets so much done!
She keeps a chart and checklist of her many projects! Kim follows Taryn from ‘From Pixel to Patchwork Blog’ and printed off this sheet that Taryn designed. Kim says this is her list of Projects to be completed in 2015. As she finishes each task, Kim can check off the special box. eg. M = Purchased Fabric, C=Material Cut, Bl=blocks Pieced and so on…(the code is at the bottom of the page)
I love lists…and I LOVE checklists! Nothing is more satisfying then checking off a job completed! This ‘may’ work for me!
It may help YOU if you are a QAL addict. Now I’m NOT talking about YOU specifically here… but some times quilters join quilt-a–longs…perhaps SEVERAL of them… and then find that you get behind and everything falls to the wayside or you forget the target date. If this sounds familiar, then this sheet may help you stay organized, focused and on task!!
Or you may be like me…have stacks of totes full of UFOs! You have great intensions…attack a project, only to lose steam…so you move onto another tote/project. I think I will be printing off this sheet…OK several sheets, to help me organize my projects and keep track of them.
OR are you one of ‘those’…(add Jaws music here)…you buy fabric/kits…(oh so pretty)… Put it in a drawer and forget about it…or maybe you look at it, pet it, admire it…but gawd forbid, NEVER cut it! Yes, I confess…I am GUILTY as charged!! We quilters are a funny lot. What I am trying to say is… Perhaps if we WRITE IT DOWN it might motivate us to move along to the next step…and actually CUT the fabric! There I’ve said IT! Now wouldn’t THAT be a novel idea!! :o)
If you are tired of spinning your wheels and getting no where, then this may be the answer…after all, it is a NEW YEAR, a good time to get organized and start fresh…SEW…if you would like your own Projects at a Glance sheet, then head on over to “From Pixel to Patchwork Blog” and download this free checklist! It’s certainly worth a try!
Thanks, Kim for sharing Taryn idea with us!! And THANK YOU, Taryn for coming up with the idea and so generously making it available to us! We appreciate it!
Have a terrific Tuesday and Happy Quilting!~P