46.Visit Paducah during the AQS Show.
47. Take a class with a nationally known teacher.
Using some right now. I don't know what I was thinking when I bought it.
Almost every Friday!
Does making food or having it at my house count?
Orange. Done and done.
52. Make a quilt inspired by nature.
I actually saw a really beautiful one the other day. I'm really mad I didn't pin it now.
54. Make a scrap quilt.
I'm assuming being that it doesn't include the word "quilted" I'm safe.
56. Make a postcard quilt.
57. Make a baby quilt and gift it to a newborn.
60. Teach someone else to quilt.
61. Creatively piece a backing for one of your quilts.
62. Apply a piped binding, or some variation of it.
64. Install quilty wallpaper on your computer.
65. Put a quilty bumper sticker on your car.
68. Learn to thread baste.
73. Make a quilt for a spouse or partner.
74. Make a quilt for a friend.
75. Include your quilts in your will (i.e. who gets them).
I'm actually a fan of Connecting Thread's thread.
78. Understand the mathematics of quilt blocks.
80. Take a guild speaker to dinner.
84. Write how-to instructions for making a quilt block.
87. Know the parts of a sewing machine needle and why they matter.
89. Know the names of hand sewing needles used for different tasks.
96. Sew on a treadle for old time’s sake.
97. Subscribe to a quilting magazine.
99. Go on a Shop Hop.
...there's supposed to be 100. What did I do?!
Okay, so I'm really bored with this now. Sorry for the interested parties. 31 for today. But, the grand total is? 49/99. Not bad for a beginner quilter!