I’ve never made a penny from knitting, and I sincerely doubt I ever will. Our society is constantly challenging us … More Profiting From Knitting (Without Making Money)
One of my favorite things about winter is getting to wear my hand-knit socks every day. They make me smile … More Too Many Socks?
Last week, a reader asked if I had finished making my Frost Slippers yet. I was embarrassed to admit I … More Finishing the Frost Slippers, or You Can’t Complete Projects You’ve Forgotten About
As I feared , I didn’t have the energy to attend all the sessions of the wonderful Wild Wonder Nature Journaling Conference . Since I was still interested in participating as much as possible, I took note of the daily challenges, but wasn’t sure I had the steam for them. Fortunately, one of the first sessions I attended gave me a tool to deal with this problem.
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The number one reason I don’t finish projects is that I get stuck. Usually, I don’t know what to do next, like when I put together part of a quilt before I’ve designed all of it (a mistake I have made more than once). Sometimes, I don’t know how to take the next step. Daunted by the unknown, I let the project go fallow instead of tackling the challenge.
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