Wednesday, January 25, 2012


I've decided to join OPAM again this year, although I did cave at the end of 2011.  OPAM stands for One Project A Month.  That's completed.  Done/done.  Not a BOM or a flimsie.  A done/done.  It is encouraging to set this goal.  You get lots of nice cheers from around the world when you finish something.

It doesn't have to be a huge quilt.  It can be a bag, a pillowcase, a knit scarf......whatever you finished that month.

Some projects are meant to be WISPs (Works In Slow Progress).  And when you finish one, it's a big cheer.  But at OPAM we celebrate the small stuff too.

Peg and Kris run this challenge.  You can read about it, and sign up if you want to, on their blogs.   Kris and Peg are so chatty and so nice, it really makes it fun. And did I mention prizes?

Now off to resurrect those UFO's that are near completion.  Hmmm.................


wackywoman said...

Maybe I'll go check this out Pat. I can always use an excuse to finish my MANY UFOs.

Cheryl Willis said...

This sounds fun. I had planned to do my own thing this year and finish up UFO's (not that I admit to having any) cheyl

Cyn ;-) said...

Well, this sounds like fun. BTW, if you run out of small stuff to work on, I can always mail you a box or two or three! lol
Good luck -- will root you on from the side lines!

Pokey said...

Thank you for the invite, Pat. I signed on because of you! Now, let's say it together,
"I think I can, I think I can...!"