Nearly all the crafts-people I know are like me. We all have UFOs that we "should" be working on but the lure of the new beckons us.
In 2014, I want to concentrate on learning new techniques across many of the crafts in which I am involved. However I also want to get some of those UFOs out of my craft room and into use.
Hence: Something Old, Something New. I am challenging myself to finish (at least) one UFO a month and, at the same time, learn (at least) one new technique a month.
How do I define UFO? Any project I haven't worked on in the last three months is a UFO. If I've done some work on it in the last ninety days, it's a WiP and doesn't really qualify! But that's the boundaries I've set myself. You can set any boundaries/rules/guidelines -- whatever works for you!
Maybe you are unlike me and have no UFOs but would like to learn some new techniques.
Or maybe you've dozens of UFOs and no plan (right now) to learn new techniques -- you just want to get those UFOs done!
You've come to the right place.
For me it will be "old" and "new" but for you it might be either "old" or "new".
Won't you please consider joining me for this year's challenge?
Any craft, any project, any technique is welcome.
I'll put up a linky party on the second day of each month (there are many other linky parties happening on the first of the month! LOL). In that post, I will share my progress from the previous month and list my goals for the month to come.
There will be no prizes, no give-aways; just the joy of sharing and perhaps meeting some new blog friends.
I'd love you to join me -- parties are much more fun when other people come along! Here's the button for your blog if you accept my invitation!