Monday, April 4, 2016

Too many irons in the fire?

Sometimes I think so, but I have so many things I want to accomplish that I have to keep trying new things. So, sometimes I make slow progress on my projects, but I'm happy with the progress I make.

I've broken my day into segments. I've been working on my Concentric Rectangles doily when I get home from school. Some days I have more time than others.

My Spinning Wheel glass mat gets my attention in the early morning and on my lunch break.

The beaded bag is my evening project. I may have to rethink working on this at night. I made a mistake in the second round and had to pull out rounds two and three. It seems I make the same mistake every time I make this bag!


  1. Everything looks wonderful!! :)
    I find that I end up with several projects so that if I can choose which to work and then I don't get bored as easy! :)

    1. Ok, this headache today messed up that thought. I meant to say that I can choose which one to work on when I don't feel like working on a certain one at a certain time, and then I don't get bored. Hopefully that makes sense. ;)

  2. I'm so envious! I wish I could find time to do as much! The bag is beaded too? Wowie!

  3. Ahhh love how you balance your days :)

  4. My Grandma always had numerous projects all happening at the same time...knitting, crocheting, sewing, and more. She said it kept her interested and busy. She always finished everything she began. You are smart to break up your day. Embracing Creative Bliss...

  5. Well, you're getting them all done, so clearly you don't have too many irons in the fire! I love the way you handle multiple projects. I'm not very good at that.


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