2020 Crafty Goals

Friday, January 10, 2020

Happy Friday! Today I want to share my crafty goals for 2020. I have actually been procrastinating posting this list because I don't feel like it's fully finished. Most of my goals are pretty similar or directly carried over from 2019. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but I do think I'm missing something. I'll probably update this list later in the month!

If there was a theme for this year's goals I think it would be scraps. I want to focus even more on using up my scraps this year. I enjoyed working with them this year, but I want to take it further!

Sewing & Quilting Goals for 2020

- Use up more yardage than I bring in. I'll track my yardage each month to help me stay on target. I'd love to top my numbers from last year and bring in less than 48 yards of new fabric.

- Try to spend 15 minutes a day sewing.

- Complete one small scrap project per month.

- Make a quilt from my lawn/voile stash.

- Make a quilt from vintage sheets.

- Make a quilt primarily from scraps.

- Complete 2 long-term quilt projects (Kaleidoscope, Double wedding ring, HST book quilt tops, All green quilt).

- Sew the Kelly Anorak Jacket (ideally in time for Fall).

Knitting Goals for 2020

- Use up more yardage than I bring in. I'll track my yardage each month to help me stay on target.

- Finish a shawl WIP (Briochealicious, Daybreak or Hitchhiker).

- Finish a pair of colorwork mittens.

- Knit a rag rug from fabric scraps.

Crafting Goals for 2020

- Complete a vintage crewel embroidery.

- Create a stash of handmade greeting cards.

- Spend more time this year dyeing.

That's it for now! Here's to a very crafty 2020!


  1. I'm interested in knitting a rag rug from fabric scraps. Keep us posted on that one!

  2. These are great goals! I wish you the best with them. Your cabinet is very nicely organized. I will be tracking my purchases this year too.

  3. That list sounds SEW ambitious!! Best of luck meeting working through your goals.

  4. Wonderful goals! You're going to be a busy woman, but it sounds like the fun sort of busy. Also, I have to say your fabric stash is absolutely gorgeous!


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