Mio personale uncinetto lavorazione obiettivi per 2013

Earlier this week I shared with you my commitment to crochet blogging in 2013. I also shared some of my specific plans and goals for the blog this year. Today I thought I’d share my own personal crafting goals for 2013.

Not Necessarily Resolutions

I mentioned in one of those earlier posts that a lot of people don’t like to make New Year’s Resolutions anymore because there’s a negative association with the whole process. You know how it goesyou make the commitment on New Year’s Day and by the end of January you haven’t worked towards meeting the goals and you just feel bad.

I don’t feel that way about my blogging commitments but I’m hesitant to set truly specificresolutionsfor my crafting goals. One reason is because of that same negative connotationI set several big goals last year and didn’t meet them. (Mio 365 progetto petered out after a few months as did my plan to Surmount My Stash e fare Beneficenza Crochet).

I don’t necessarily consider those projects failures, A proposito. I think that making those goals helped me organize my intentions and get some great things out of it including a few donations to charity and better control over my yarn stash. But it also made me realized that super specific goals to meet big challenges aren’t necessarily the way to go for my crafting life.

And that brings me to the other reason that I’m not setting specific craft resolutionscrochet is my relaxing getaway, not my job! (Sì, I blog and write about crochet as a job but that’s something different entirely!) I want crochet to be my place of freedom and creativity and not a place of excessive commitments. That’s one of the reasons I didn’t join in with the new year of Anno di progetti (despite thinking it’s a good thing to do).

The Loose Goals for 2013

Così, I’m not making super specific craft goals for those reasons but I think it’s totally fine to set some good intentions and organize my thoughts on things I’d like to try to accomplish in crochet.

Innanzitutto, I want this goal to be my guiding principle in all things I do with crochet:

Crochet è un modo per guarire me stesso e gli altri. I will always come to it with a creative and open mind and a desire to use it to do good in some small way.

As for some of the specific things I’d like to learn, try or complete using crochet:

  • Imparare una nuova tecnica. I really enjoy the broomstick lace that I learned in 2012 and although I don’t have a specific technique in mind I want to learn at least one new thing in crochet this year.
  • Prendere una classe di uncinetto. I’ve never taken one from anyone and I want to see what it’s like even though that’s not typically the way I learn best.
  • Do a large motif-based project. I always say I don’t like weaving in ends and so I never do these but I want to have completed one in my lifetime so I’m going to plan on it! Maybe I’ll use seamless or joing-as-you-go crochet.

And there are also some other things related to the craft that are on my intentions / “wish list”:

  • Visit more Bay Area yarn stores to get a better sense of what type of crochet-friendly LYS options there are here.
  • Go to a yarn district or yarn store in a foreign country!
  • Learn to use the new discesa mandrino I got in 2012.
  • Try dyeing yarn at least once.
  • Practice memore uncinetto. I want to use crafting to be more present.

What are your 2013 crafting goals? Are they specific or general? Share them with the world using the comment section below!

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