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May 15, 2013

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When I struggle to get a project finished, I tend to just start another one to take my mind off the UFO. ;)

Time, time, time! I know what you mean! Love that color for you.

Yes, it is a devil of an obstacle. I'm more like Marilyn of the comments....

Time.. especially when the weather has just begun to be beautiful, and spring is popping out everywhere.... yes. more please.

And about the only thing I lean toward is focusing on the process, not the completion. (because I almost always DO eventually complete... unless it got ugly-itis somewhere along the way, then I rip). I really do love the feel of yarn in my hands, and watching the stitches emerge.

I hear you, sister. I wish my knitting and handmaking time came close to the amount of things I dream of doing--it is even worse in warm weather, when gardening and outside activity are on the list

Oh yeah... that pesky "time" thing. We all need to request some more!

Gorgeous color. That red is just so perfect.

Yes, Dear, but it sounds like you have a plan. And, it's finally Hump Day.

Is it Friday yet??

Time is a universal problem, that's for sure. I think the craftsy class would be a good investment of your time, though.

Loved all the responses to this post! I am thinking about the craftsy class myself (and definitely encouraging my students to take it). as for UFO's and WIP's...I'm trying to let myself be more open to simply knitting what I want. when I want. this is what I do for fun, right?

Oh! That red!
(And the class sounds completely intriguing!)

That Mick Jagger...what did he know. Time is not on our side! ;-)

I sprung for Amy's Craftsy class -- loved it. I've always been a fan of her work! I have the book, too, and am looking forward to crafting the perfect-for-me sweater... this fall.

That class looks terrific, as is your red yarn. What is it?

After your year of sweaters, I believe you can do anything - given the time. That darn time thing gets in the way of so many activities we find worthwhile. Well, so does that work-thing! Your yarn is lovely, indeed.

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