Feb. 28th, 2010 04:31 pm
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Planning has never been a particular strength of mine. Or at least when faced with a multitude of options. (If you give me one project and tell me to focus on it it, that's one thing. I'm a rockstar at that. Give me an assortment of shiny projects with no deadlines, however...) I've spent a good chunk of the morning poking at my ravelry queue and running around etsy looking at some handpainted roving and I'm at a loss for what to do next, and how to prioritize.

- Do I want to make a big project or a small one?
- Do I want to use yarn I have or do I want to get new yarn?
- Do I want to spin the yarn or just buy it?
- Will my sanity hold up if I try to spin it?
- Where on earth with I get that much fiber from?

And on it goes.

I think, at least, I want to finish up the projects already in progress (for example, I'd really like to finish my Peaks Island Hood while it's still cold enough to wear it (which for me, means below freezing, I'm a hearty Northastern Gal and fear no cold temperatures,))and then maybe only have one stash-busting wip going while I move on to working on writing some patterns and spinning up what I currently have in stash. I have a couple of ideas for shawl, scarf, and hood-like-thing patterns which I'd like to get written and tested before the fall and this mass backlog of OMGness is definitely holding it up.

This would all be so much simpler if I could hit the lottery for some big money or there were a few more hours in the day.


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