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I have been working on organizing my craft supplies. Being a sewer, crocheter, quilter and scrapbooker has left me with quite a mess. But, trying to organized all my supplies, left me with an even more terrifying realization… I have a lot of unfinished projects! I’m not talking about that list of things “I want to do,” that haven’t even been started. No, these things are half done, just sitting there abandoned.
Here is the ugly truth of this procrastinator sewer…
There are 2 quilts to finish, things to mend, a play-mat, chalkboard fabric project, a couple smaller things like pot holders, and a blanket that needs crocheted edging, overflowing from this container.
Unfortunately most of the projects are for my poor son, like his quilt that was supposed to be a Christmas present- last year.
This month I am going to attempt to try to eliminate this pile. Because, in all reality these unfinished projects are keeping me from moving on to new and exciting things, and my son should have his quilt from mommy.
Does this ever happen to you? You put some unfinished projects to the side and before you know it, the pile should have an avalanche warning.