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So I didnt publicaly post what I choose to do for a New Year resulation (appologizing now for my very bad spelling today).

Here it is now. I have decided to do/finish craft projects around the house before I can start new ones. My goal is to complete 2 projects (or more) for ever one NEW project I go get material for. I also am trying to use up all the extra material I have around the house before I get more to make other projects. It is amazing how you tend to find ways to do things with out spending more money when you are dead broke. This resulation is a very difficult thing for me. Often times I find I start projects and put them down because I get bored with them. This is why I know so many crafts so I can switch projects from knitting, to crocheting, tatting, cross stich, painting, spinning yarn, among other crafts. I have so much yarn it isnt funny.

At first because I do switch projects so much, I thought this was going to be hard for me. but once I just started jumping with both feet, it started to get easyer for me. With out buying new stuff (someone gave me 3 scanes of yarn to make him stuff so that doesnt count) here is my score card of projects I have finished as of today. Note that this was all done using old material I had.

1 blanket
4 knitted hats
2 knitted scarfs
1 crochet scarf
2 different batched of single ply lace waight yarn

I have 3 projects I am currently working on are put on hold until I get some help or magic happenings with the pattern I am reading. Let's see how long I can do this. I think this might actualy work for me.

Date: 2010-01-17 04:45 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
That is a very useful link. thank you. the problem I am having now is that I have the base of each project done but when I went to do more, I found that it wasn't looking right, or didnt feel right. I need someone to check my work to make sure I am not cracken smoke. Maybe the patterns in the book are written wrong, or maybe I messed up on the base? Although someone once told me that you just have to trust the pattern. I might just have to do that and see where it goes. Thank you though for the link, it will help in other things I am doing.

Date: 2010-01-17 05:16 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Sometimes you do just have to wait till it's done and blocked. Never hurts to count your stitches though.

Date: 2010-01-16 08:29 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
You rock in the craftiness :)

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