I have not been slacking off! Ever since my guild meeting I feel like I have been slacking off, sure I’ve been working on weaving an eyeglass case, starting my tapestry, spinning at least 15 minutes a day, prepping for a crochet class and figuring out how I’m going to afford a weaving loom of my own, other than the one in the garage. but I still feel like I’ve been slacking. Right up until I think about what I have been doing these past 22 days, I’ve done a lot. I love English Leischester Longwool locks, they are such a dream to spin! I’ve got three bobbins of ‘Art Yarn’ singles waiting to be plied with some acrylic I’ve got lying around. I managed to ply the yarn for an experiment I will detail in a later post, I just have to knit it up and figure out the results. I have the yarns caked, the patterns printed, and the hooks bought for the crochet class I’m teaching (fingerless gloves).
Remember to take the time and reflect on your achievements before pushing to achieve more. It is wonderful to look toward the next project, but not when you forget to enjoy what you are doing right now. Craft on, but don’t forget to look back and enjoy what you have created.