If you have too many ideas and not enough time … you’re not alone. My daughter surprised me with 40 hexagons, dyed in one of my favorite colors: indigo blue! I don’t think I will be able to resist using those … and maybe add a little Sashiko embroidery … all this week? Oh, dear.
An important part of finishing a project is to decide and do. If you have several ideas that you like, pick the one that you want to do “first”. There’s always the next project.
Also … this week is not the last week ever … We had one person START the WSAL last week, and all the tools will stay available.
Long story short, here is a TO-DO LIST for you for this week:
- Hug someone or something you love.
- Send a mid-year greeting card to someone whom you haven’t heard of since last Christmas.
- Oh, yes, here we go: Work step by step through the Week 8 worksheet to finish your project.
- Ask questions on Facebook, Ravelry, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lastly, I started a Weave & Stitch Along Guest Book and I would like to invite you to leave a comment! I hope that this might turn into a yearbook-style memory that we can revisit in the future to recall the things that we crafted together, and all the things that happened during these last two months.