Sunday, March 1, 2020

One Monthly Goal March Link-up

Welcome to March!  There were 111 people who joined the link up last month - let's see what this month brings.

New to One Monthly Goal?  Welcome!  To join, share a photo of your project, some words about what you want to accomplish in a blog post, an Instagram post (tutorial) or a post on Flickr and add that photo to the link-up.  Return at the end of the month and share your results.  You can read about the event and the rules on the main event page.

We have wonderful sponsors this month - three (3) winners will be randomly chosen from those that link up in both the goal and the finish event! 

Fat Quarter Shop offers a tremendous selection of fabric, notions, books and just about anything you will need for your project. Consider their Sew Sampler box to receive a monthly surprise delivery of fabric and fun.  Fat Quarter Shop is offering a $25 gift certificate to one lucky participant.

Make Modern is a digital magazine launched by a collaboration of quilters based in Australia. Their magazine is filled with modern quilt designs and a wonderful source of inspiration. Make Modern is offering a 6 month subscription to one lucky participant.

Therm O Web offers one of the most trusted, innovative and complete lines of adhesives for both the sewing and paper crafting markets, as well as a full line of interfacings and stabilizers for sewing, quilting, embroidery and crafts.  Therm O Web is offering a collection of HeatnBond® products including EZ print Featherlite sheets and  PeelnStick ruler tape.   (This prize can only be shipped to US addresses.)

My goal for March is to quilt my Book Club quilt from the Hand Pieced QAL.  The QAL is just getting started so jump over here to learn more!

Now it is your turn to link up - what is your goal for this month?  (A goal could be to finish a quilt but it could also be to attach a binding.  Whatever it takes to help you move forward and make progress on your projects!  And as long as the project involves making something with a needle and/or fabric, you can link up!)

Make sure you visit the One Monthly Goal event page for the specific requirements for links and social tags. 
 Your blog post (or Flickr post) must contain a photo of your project, a clearly stated goal and a link back to Elm Street Quilts.  Your Instagram post must include a photo of your project, a clearly stated goal and the tag #onemonthlygoal.  (Entries which don't contain the required information may be disqualified.)

And remember, to be eligible for the prize(s) by random drawing you must linkup at both the goal setting and the accomplishment linkup in a given month.   (The One Monthly Goal accomplishment linkup will be available on March 25.)

Make sure you add a link to this OMG post so others can find the OMG link-up from your blog.  Let's make that easy -  just paste this into your post: 

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Click here to enter

Thanks for linking up!



  1. Best of luck with that quilting goal. I look forward to seeing what you do with all that space to quilt!

  2. Your top is lovely, great colors and beautiful blocks!

  3. Your quilt is gorgeous. Gosh, that bottom curve block is especially eye catching. Enjoy the quilting :)

  4. What a bright and happy quilt top! Have fun quilting this month!

  5. Hope you can meet your goal--it's such a fun quilt!

  6. Good luck getting your golden goal finished!

  7. Hi Patty! I, too, am sending good wishes for accomplishing your March goal. Like Susan, I look forward to seeing how you quilt all that open space. That looks intimidating to me. Thank you to the sponsors and to you for the linky party. ~smile~ Roseanne

  8. Your top is lovely, good luck on finishing your goal!

  9. Love the gold setting triangles on your Book Club quilt. Good luck with your OMG.

  10. looks like a fun top to quilt. Lots of room to play.

  11. That gold fabric is gorgeous! Have fun stitching away!

  12. I am so happy to have run across this monthly goal. It will be a great motivation for me to actually get more done.

    I see that comments are blogger, which I don't use anymore and was somehow a no reply anyway.

  13. I love your hand pieced blocks and the fabrics you chose. I'm not sure my eyes are up for this project but I will joyfully follow your progress.

  14. Nice quilt, love the colours.


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