list here and read all about it. My list is below. I love that you add a few quilts that you want to make sure you do throughout the year at the end.
So I'll be doing both, this list and hashtaging it #APQBuckletList and doing the UFO listing for each month as well. I'll do an update to this list every once in a while and put it in red every time I complete something on the list. This list is amazing. Good luck to everyone trying it.
1. Use acrylic or paper templates to piece a block. The Star Wars quilt or the Black and White.
2. Donate a pillowcase to charity. (Add it to the online counter: AllPeopleQuilt.com/donate.)
3. Organize your fabrics and scraps. A needed one.
4. Change your needle - I do this for every quilt I start.
replace your rotary cutter blade
clean your machine.
5. Identify a problem area in your sewing space and find a solution. All the paper patterns I have printed out. I need to organize them better.
6. Attend a quilt guild meeting in your area. Every Month. I am their secretary.
7. Sew accurately using foundation piecing. Black and white quilt or mom's table topper quilt.
8. For one week, set aside 20 minutes a day to sew.
9. Sew a quilt using only your scraps and stash.
10. Get topsy-turvy with curved piecing. The sew kind of wonderful quilt for my barn door of the birds or the bats.
11. Take a quilting class (in person or online).
12. Read the pattern completely before starting the project.
13. Submit a reader tip to our magazine at email@example.com.
14. Take your handwork to a surprising location.
15. Join a fun quilt-along.
16. Creatively piece your quilt backing.
17. Go on a quilt retreat.
18. Machine-sew a decorative stitch sample.
19. Label a quilt. (Don’t forget your name and the date!)
20. Take a picture/journal about each quilt you make this year.
21. Assemble a pincushion. (Cross this off with Wool Welcome by Roseann Meehan Kermes in the February issue.)
22. Sew a quilt for charity.
23. Meet your quilting hero (in person or online).
24. Make a quilt using only solids.
25. Slow down and hand-quilt. The Wool Quilt.
26. Make a bed-size quilt, then snuggle under it.
27. Attend a national quilt show. My Guild has a quilt show this June.
28. Read your sewing machine manual.
29. Change out all your quilts for a new season. Christmas is over, changing to a spring theme.
30. Visit a new quilt shop (with your best quilting buddies).
31. Try English paper piecing.
32. Explore a quilt museum.
33. Safely wash and store your quilts.
34. Finish a Christmas project before December.
35. Splurge on a quilting tool you’ve been eyeing.
36. Quilt your own project. (You can do it!)
37. Stay calm when you realize you’ve run out of bobbin thread while sewing.
38. Add a little (or a lot) of appliqué to a project. (Cross this off with Down to Earth by Deanne Eisenman in the February issue.)
39. Post a photo of a quilt you’re proud of on social media.
40. Learn a new embroidery stitch.
41. Go on a shop hop.
42. For a week, spend 3 minutes picking up your work space after each sewing session.
43. Teach someone to sew.
44. Finish a UFO.
45. Make a two-color quilt. Looking at a red and white quilt or blue log quilt.
46. Take part in a block exchange or swap fabric with a friend.
47. Alter a pattern to a size or colorway you like.
48. Make a pix-elated quilt.
49. Make an animal (wolf or horse or Northern animals) quilt.
50. Make a collage quilt with flowers.