This week, I'm like a humming bird in a field of honeysuckle, bouncing between blooms, 80 wing strokes per second.
For as short of an attention span as I have, and as easily distracted as I can be, it's a wonder I'm ever able to finish anything.
Yet, somehow, things get done. I can't help wondering whether there's a way to better harness my bursts of creative energy and focus them in a more beneficial, and ultimately more prodictive, manner. Suggestions?
Photographing my current projects was not one of the activities deterring my attention, however. So, in lieu of partially finished garments, I present you with fabric swatches for each of the items I'm currently working on.
Sewing has taken the upper hand for now. These fabrics are taking form quickly and hoarding huge chunks of my free-time. But, I would never not have a knitting project. That last fabric swatch is the yoke of my Grace cardigan from Jane Richmond's ebook Island. It's been a complete joy to work with so far. Don't forget, you can enter to win your own copy of Island by leaving you caption for the photo in this post.