Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge

Yesterday, a few of my favorite bloggers announced that for the month of January they were hosting the Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge. They are going to attempt something they deemed “impossible” in the past. It’s kind of a resolution challenge and in honor of the new year, I’ve decided to join in the fun! Here’s the technical info:

Take the Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge with Us!

1)  Post your “Impossible” in the comments section. (Both here and on one of the host’s blogs) 

2) Each week (Jan 16, 23 & 30) they will all be posting about their progress.  Please follow along (although it may be like watching a train wreck).  Feel free to post your progress in the comments of those posts too.

3) On January 31, Kelly will be posting her (hopefully) accomplished “Impossible” (to clean out and organize her crazy full basement) along with 5 other blog buddies:

Kari from Thistlewood Farm – Bake bread from scratch
Linda from It All Started With Paint – Paint her vaulted bedroom ceiling
Andrea from The Cottage Market – Organizing her craft room
Khara from The Space Between – Hang a gallery wall while putting only one hole in the wall
Stacey from A Sort of Fairytale – A non-sewer sews a purse

4) On January 31 (mark your calendar), they will each host a Link Party so you can link up your “Impossible”.  (This is when I hope to complete my own “impossible”!)

So, what’s my impossible? Sewing. I have never used a sewing machine in my entire life, but I really want to learn how! So this month I am going to attempt to sew some curtains for the office in the new house, or pillows for the living room or maybe for the office as well. I’ve been looking at fabric online and will probably pick some out this weekend, or next! My color pallet is black, gray and purple and I am really digging block curtains, like these:(via)

And some fun pillows with mismatched print! (from Joann)

 Wish me luck! Hopefully I won’t need too much of Jesse’s help! 😉

You should join in the fun! What’s your impossible?

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