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With the new year just around the corner it's time for all the "resolution" post to start showing up on social media.

Let me see if I can name the top 5 New Years Resolutions for quilters:

UFO's are always hanging over our didn't think I had any? BAHAHAHAHA
I found a few of my UFO's, and not shop projects, that I thought..will I ever finish this? will it bring me joy to finish it? do I even still like it?

So this year I will be starting a program at Kelly Ann's Quilting called Finish or Forget it! You'll be able to play along online and there will be incentives for those that follow through with this fun process. While we are waiting for all the details to be ironed out it's time to start gathering 15 to 20 UFO's that are hanging over your head...don't worry we'll get those projects down to a manageable number for 2017.

Keep checking back for details...

Until Next Time

Be Kind

Kelly Ann


  1. If you can't buy fabric, you can't finish a project. I have more than a couple quilt tops that still need a backing. If I follow that logic I'll never finish! Thank goodness I don't consider backing fabric to be something to give up for a fabric diet.

    1. that's the funny thing about can never stop


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