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Hi. I'm in the middle of a knitting catastrophe. A conundrum. This photo doesn't even begin to explain. Sometimes I suffer from knitter's paralysis. The thing when you've finished whatever is on your needles and you start looking for a new project to start, but can't decide on anything. What I'm experiencing now is worse because I have way too many things on the needles and too many projects begging to be worked on. Way. I don't know what to knit first. And there are more things not shown here that are sitting in project bags around my house. It's like having 27 children who are all begging me to make them different snacks at the same time. I think I have five sweaters on needles right now. And I'm dying to start working on more. What has happened to me? (Oh, and did I mention that I'm writing patterns for a book?! Yeah. There's no time for that.)

So what's a girl to do? I think I'm going to make a list, for starters. That Rowan sweater in the middle is going to be an awesome cardigan and I'm going to finish that first. And in about five minutes, I'm going to Google videos on 'lever knitting.' Because I heard it's fast.

Knit fast, die warm, homies.

7 comments:

  1. I totally understand what you're going through! Today, I sorted through all my yarn boxes & discovered a whole bunch of experiments I just hidden away. Some, I think I might just give up doing in general. Such a dilemma! Keep on knitting on!

    -Cory U of CUExperiments

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    1. Yes! I have 'experiments' too ... I never have the nerve to throw them away but I don't know what to do with them. Oh well, you're right - knit on!

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  2. I am having this problem too! I have a ton of things to finish and even more projects that I can't wait to get started on. I need another set of hands to get all of it done.

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    1. Another set of hands and a few more hours in the day! That would be helpful. ;)

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    1. Yeah! I don't even know if it's possible and I don't have a lot of time to work on it (but it's in the works.) ;)

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  4. hahah...you know me with all my crafts...so I have totally been where you are now! For me - I usually tackle whatever is closest to being finished first, that way it feels like a quick win.
    And a book?! I can't wait to hear more about this! :)

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