That sounds impressive...but my UFO-ing and sewing have been mighty sparse...well, okay, almost non-existent this year. But tonight I plan to work on two things:
First, I'm going to be putting painter's tape--for quilting a straight line--on the still-hanging-around postage stamp quilt that's been spread across Granny's bed ever since she left for SC. It's a good place for it--out of sight, out of mind--no, wait, what am I saying? Not really! I need to finish this quilt!
For the Sew-In tonight I'm going to be starting on my January Saturday Sampler block (the last one for this quilt!) which Sarah, of course, has already finished...I'm posting a picture of hers so you can see what my completed project will look like tonight, hopefully!
I'm getting ready this afternoon to soak my fabric and iron it dry, figure out the pattern, and be ready to begin actual sewing this evening. The next Saturday Sampler class begins a new year in March, and, yes, after much debating I decided to join again. I could not resist! (Note to Julie S.: I'm in the 10:00 class!)
Updated to add: block completed!
In some non-crafty news, today Tom and I are celebrating our 32nd Proposal Anniversary. Maybe we can reminisce together a bit while I'm sewing tonight.
Have a great weekend, everyone! We're expecting to be snowed in with 5 - 8 inches on Sunday...our first real snow this year!