We have all heard of Facebook Envy. Well, I think I have Ravelry Envy. On Ravelry, when I scroll through my friend’s activities, I am envious. If I see a project someone else is making, I have to queue it. Or I end up coveting a new yarn someone is using. The problem is I am picking patterns that I don’t have the yarn. So I am tempted to buy more yarn instead of getting rid of the unused yarn I currently have.
Last night was meant to be the first of the Chiswick Ravelry Meet-Ups, but it ended up getting cancelled. So I spent the night finishing off some projects. I am really pleased with myself as I cast off two projects. Finishing both the scarf I was knitting as a birthday gift and a pair of Baudelaire Socks.
This morning I made a promise to myself. From now onwards, I am not going to work on numerous projects all at once. Having so many projects has made me so unorganized. As a result, I end up losing momentum on my patterns. Simple things like forgetting the repeats of lace, and then I have had to restart the project. I also do not have the project bags to store so many projects. Even as I write this, the flower basket shawl I am knitting is being stored in a carrier bag!
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