I'm participating this year in a brand new link-up party being jointly hosted by Shanna of Fiber of All Sorts and Melissa of Bittersweet Designs. The plan is that each month this year, I'm going to really focus on finishing just one thing. It can be anything really and to any degree of completion, so I'm going to use this link-up to help motivate me to complete some of those perpetual WIP's that I really need to get a handle on.
This month I'm going to tackle a few more blocks for my in-progress Hope Valley Swoon quilt. I started this project last summer, but haven't really had time to pick it back up again since (with the exception of some fabric cutting). My goal for this month is to finish four more blocks to add to the one that I finished previously. That'll just leave four left to sew to complete the quilt top.
I'm also considering quilting this project using a QAYG method due to the size of the finished quilt top and blocks, so my other piece of homework this month will be to research the best ways to do this and whether or not it will work better for me than quilting it as a whole. Have you ever quilted a quilt by the block versus the traditional way? Impart your wisdom to me! : )