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My Top 5 WIP Reasons — 12 Comments

  1. You pictured me correctly. I have the same problem. I get excited seeing all the new projects and I drop everything else to begin that project. I go to a Senior center and everyone is always bringing in new patterns and my grow big. The only project I know I have to complete is for the Links program, where we make lapghans, hats, scarves etc. for the homeless and senior facilities. We have a quota and then I get all excited with all new projects. Many bags full of uncompleted work, which I plan to finish sooooooon Happy crocheting. Rosie

  2. Hi Rosie,
    I’m glad I’m not the only one, we crocheters think alike. How wonderful you donate your work, I’m sure the recipients are grateful. Hoping you get those WIPs done soon. Have a great day 🙂

  3. I love the black purse…the one that needs a button…….May I have the pattern…
    Thank you for sharing….

  4. I often have the same problem and start too many projects at one time. I’m getting better at it though…blogging helps me keep on track somewhat. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

  5. Hi Erlene, blogging is a good way to stay organized with your projects. Thanks for stopping by and hosting a fun party. 🙂

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  7. Your WIPs all look so amazing! You have to finish them. I totally have this problem as well. My biggest issue now is trying to keep track of the pattern as I go along: I get distracted halfway through, or the kids take the paper and then I have to backtrack 😛 . I also just plain love the crocheting part, but the sewing together just isn’t as fun for some reason! Then it just waits…
    Thank you for co-hosting the Linky Ladies Party.

  8. I have finished a couple, frogged a few, and then donated the ones that I knew I would never finish. Thank you for sharing your WIP dilemmas with us Jane! Have a great day 🙂

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