A few weeks ago I shared some tips on how to regain your motivation with a knitting or crochet project when you’re struggling. I’m currently making a ballet wrap for my youngest which I am not loving…
I’m currently working on a knitting project that I am not in love with, and trying hard to keep that all-important motivation so I thought I’d share some ideas on how you can power-up your knitting and crochet enthusiasm when you’re struggling.
It’s finished! I’ve really finished my jumper, and I’m wearing it as I type! Thus ends the tale of my prototype DROPS Design Ginny Jumper which is long enough to be a Scandinavian saga.
Well, the sleeves are now set in! It almost looks like a jumper now, there’s just the collar to tackle, but I’m waiting for a quiet, childless moment when I don’t have anything else to do (!) to pick up the large number of stitches required around the neck opening without loosing count.
I’ve finished the main part of the jumper and the first sleeve. I’m beginning to hope I might actually get to the end of this project with a wearable article of clothing!
Time for a quick update on progress with my jumper! I’m knitting a jumper from the DROPS Design Ginny pattern and I’m now on Round 77, which considering the last few weeks are the busiest of the year for me, counts as formidable progress.
I decided it was time to address the elephant in the corner of the room. Well, the unfinished project in the bag in the corner of the room. There are about 150 projects I want to make for friends and family for Christmas, but my guilt won’t let me, till I’ve sorted out this out.