As from the title of my blog post, I am putting the question out to you. Oh, I know, you might be wondering how my UFO's have been coming. I did say that I would be working on them for the month of June. Well, I got a little side track. See picture of wanna-be projects below.
and then it was this knitted pinwheel rug that called out to me;
but then this knitted handkerchief lace shawl said, "don't forget me";
and these knitted fingerless gloves I just had to get back to and this just seemed to be the right time;
and what about this adorable crochet pig puppet which is a quickie - really.
Now that was exhausting just to write down. A couple is done, like the lace shawl which I need to block, the puppet that I need to attach the ears and put the felted eyes and nose on. The other three are well on their way to becoming finished. But really, how could I deny them the privilege of stepping out of the wanna-be pile and into the reality finished projects. Ok, ok I know I went alittle overboard.
I was going to the knit groups and I just couldn't concentrate on the projects I had so I started a simple dish cloth with a flamingo pattern in cotton peach color. And I just might be forgetting about a couple more, but who's keeping track.
If you haven't figured out by now, I have a problem saying no to new projects. And for some reason when I looked around the yarn came out of my stash and the needles started going. But I did work on my UFO's and I am finished with the pieces of two projects and need to block them and sew them together. I also finished one of the beaded purses which is posted on flickr. So I didn't do that bad - well the way I look at it. Of course, that's a little crazy but who's minding my store but me. And as I always say, have fun and de-stress.
So I put it out your way again, "How are you doing with your UFO's?" And by no means am I encouraging my craziness of a world. It might be crazy, but guess what - you know, I'm having fun!
Quote: "Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort." Franklin Roosevelt