I find that it helps me to take a picture of each item that needs to go on the TO DO/UFO list and tape it to a door. This gives me a visual look and I can quickly survey my progress and decided on my next project quicker than having a list. Here is what my door looks like at the end of 2022. There were lots of things that never made the door like the three vintage quilts I finished, covers I made for my nephew, and the placemats.
Here is what items that I will print pictures and add to the door for this year. Finish the t-shirt quilt
The 2023 Harley Raffle quilt
T-shirt quilt made out of these leftover shirts from my nephew's show in November.
Sew together tote bags
Get some quilts made out of all the scraps I cut up in 2021.
I had 15 items on my list last year and 13 this year one being a cushion that I don't have a picture of the fabric to post. I didn't put the alterations on the list and there will be many other items that will get fixed or made throughout 2023, but at least I have the basic plan laid out for 2023. I do still write down each item too and cross it off when it's done. Here is 2022 and 2023
Maybe you will throw in a few small quilts just because they sound like fun. I never make a list of what I plan to do each year but I have the list of tops waiting for quilting that are nagging me.
One year I posted a list on the wall and really accomplished a lot. I like your pictorial to do list
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