2015 UFO Challenge, February
I’ve been thinking about hobbies. For me, they are very relaxing. They give me time away from the computer, which is always a good thing. But what things keep us from enjoying our hobbies? Do you ever wake up PLANNING to work on a project, only to drop in bed 15 hours later realizing you never even looked at it? I’d love to hear some suggestions for how to combat this sort of thing. Feel free to use the COMMENT button above.
As for my UFO project for this month, I was very motivated because it was a short month. I carved out time, especially when I had the house to myself. I finished the child’s quilt to the right. I like it because it looks like something a boy would like, and I usually make girlie quilts.
This little table square quilt was something I did because I had a few extra hours and didn’t want to start a large project. You can find the free pattern here. It’s a wonderful way to use up some scraps.
So how about you? Did you finish a project? Or are you enjoying cheering us on? Either way, leave a comment and I’ll draw one winner to receive a book of their choice.
If you can, leave a picture of your project. If the program doesn’t allow that, just describe it to us. I’ve also set up a board on Pinterest. If you are on Pinterest and would like to post to it, send me a request on Pinterest or email me at VannettaChapman (at) gmail (dot) com with your Pinterest name. I’ll add you! If you’d like to just go look at the board, you can find it here. The March number that we’re supposed to complete is #4, and the general idea of the UFO project is described here.
Next week we’ll have another VC Street Team spotlight, and we’ll again be giving away a book. Last week’s winner was Jean Clements. Jean, check your email, or contact me at the address above. I need your mailing address.
— Vannetta Chapman (@VannettaChapman) March 6, 2015