My Mother-in-Law, Sharon, gave me two skeins of the Red Heart Sashay yarn SEVERAL years ago to knit her a scarf. I just got around to knitting her scarf...well, one of them anyway. I still haven't gotten to the other one...I'll use TIME as an excuse (or maybe since I have already done one, I'm bored with making another).
I believe the reason that I never got around to knitting these scarves is because I had already knit a scarf like this for myself and didn't know how to finish it. Or now that I'm thinking about it, I think I needed to get a needle and thread and I was just too lazy to get it at the time...by the time I was ready to work again on projects, I was already onto the next one!
I found this yarn while reorganizing my craft table/area and thought that it was finally time to make these scarves...and therefore finally time to tackle ALL of my unfinished projects. Throughout 2017 I will document the unfinished project in whatever state it is currently in and then work through the process of WHY it didn't get finished, WHAT it will take to finish, and then FINISH it.
My life is a series of opened tabs...like literally, I currently have 12 open tabs right now on my work computer...just waiting to be used. My brain processes much faster than I would like so I need to open a new tab about an idea I have or that idea would be gone forever.
I am a person with many unfinished projects. I dabble in needlecrafts and so I have sewing and knitting projects started and discarded in a tub underneath my sewing table...just waiting to be completed. Will that ever happen? Maybe 2017 will be their year?
I'm notorious to start a poject, any project, with great gusto only to fizzle out long before the project is completed and I'm already onto the next great idea. Why is this? I always ask myself this question and I can never find the answer. This year is the year! I will dedicate myself to completing these projects (and this blog) and finally clean out the tub (only to be filled again with more unfinished projects)!
This blog is a chronicling of my journey to finish these projects.