Each Wednesday, I take stock of the projects I’m working on, and where my brain is at.
So many projects, so little time.
Part of what I love about taking stock of what I’m working on each Wednesday (other than the ritual of spending time in my digital home each week) is the opportunity to illuminate some of my crafting habits.
Some weeks I work on one project, and one project only. Complete focus.
Some weeks I work on two projects. Flipping back and forth between the two.
Some weeks I work on no projects. Trusting that rest is part of the creative process.
And some weeks I work on all the projects. Trusting that small steps are still steps.
This was a week of all the projects. With a not-small amount of progress on each project.
I’m deep in the throws of the editing the Shawl Geometry Books Update.
And when my eyes start crossing, I pick up my Lady Bat and work a couple rows – which has gotten me through the front, plus the back, and started in on the second sleeve.
I also took an evening to cut out & sew together the (new) lining of my No-Longer-An-Anna Dress. And a Sunday morning to finish up the (not so visible) visible mending on my favorite pair of black jeans.
Book(s). Sweater. Dress. Book(s). Sweater. Dress.
That’s been the rhythm of this week.