My goals were to use the yarn I have, be more selective in adding new yarn to my stash and reduce the number of WIPs and unneeded FOs around the house. Here’s a checkin.
I want to use the yarn I have, be more selective in adding new yarn to my stash and reduce the number of WIPs and unneeded FOs around the house.
I created a very organized approach for month-by-month tackling of this plan. I was all set to go … and then …
I’m kicking off the new year with lots of plans, projects and goals. I’ve also got some new features debuting here on the blog so there’s a lot to cover in today’s crochet corner
I have an absurd love of crafting To Do lists for lots of different goals and errands and projects. It’s kind of silly. But I like it and since we’re also halfway through Year of Projects, it seems like a good time to check in.
I recently learned about Surmount the Stash, a project that is being done over at Revelations of a Delusional Knitter, and I knew that it was something that I needed to take part in.
Last week I showed you my almost complete and in-the-works laptop cozies that are part of the set of 25 crochet bag patterns I’m following for my Year of Projects. I haven’t started anything new but I’ve got a little update on those.