Who doesn't love quilted feathers? I've long admired anyone who can quilt them, and some day I hope to learn to do them freehand. In the meantime, a pantograph will work just fine for me.
I played on my Lizzie today and practiced this pantograph called Plumage by Willow Leaf Studio. I'm feeling comfortable with the design and would like to use it on my Pinwheel Party quilt tomorrow. My practice piece isn't perfect, so I'm hoping a busy quilt and matching thread will hide any imperfections.
Kris at Tag Along Teddies is continuing on with the One Project a Month Challenge again this year. I didn't sign up for it, but I am playing along as a personal challenge. Sign ups are closed now, but Kris maintains a list of particpants on her blog, if you're interested in following along. I cleaned up my list from last year, and so far I have.....nothing finished!
I also cleaned up my Power of Ten list. I didn't do very well last year, but I'm doggedly pursuing it again this year. Anything motivational is bound to be a help. I also mean for the list to reflect my goals for the year, to include every month one oldie but goodie (a UFO); 4 hexagon blocks (one a week); and an RTQ quilt (ready-to-quilt quilt--I have at least a dozen of these, large and small, still sitting around). So far I've got a good start on January.