The Get To Work Book from Elise Blaha Cripe seems a perfect fit for me. I love graph paper, vertical columns for to do lists, room to color and doodle, and planning sheets. Its size and shape dictates it will stay at home on my desk or work table ready to be used. Elise offers down to earth, realistic videos covering uses for the planner. Her single sheet 2016 Goal Tracker intrigued me too. It could be used for any goal you hope to work on daily.
So on the subject of planning, Jill and I met yesterday to map out the months ahead. We are working on lectures and workshops/classes. We'd like to pose a couple of simple questions.
1. When you take a workshop or class (3-6 hours) do you prefer to learn more about a concept (ex. contrast and value) or actually follow a pattern and work on a quilt?
2. What concepts or skills interest you?
Leave your comments answering the two questions by midnight Monday, January 11, 2016. The winner will be chosen using a random number generator and will get to choose any two of our patterns. We apologize, but due to international postal costs, giveaway open to US readers only.