You guys have all heard of writer’s block, right? When a writer simply can’t bring themself to keep writing, or maybe they just can’t figure out what to write next.
I propose that I am currently experiencing the knitter’s version of writer’s block. Knitter’s block.
Since I finished my super secret vampire project, I’ve been kind of at loose ends. I’ve got a bunch of knitting I should be doing. And, if I’m being honest, I’ve been working on it a bit. I’ve added a couple dozen rows to my Papaya Sweater, and I’ve knit up a handful of Christmas Balls over the last couple weeks. I even added a couple inches to my last Mother Bear of the year.
- Keep plugging away. Pro: I get to finish the projects I’ve started. Con: I’m boooooored.
- Dig out some other half-finished project and finish it. Pro: They’ll be finished. Also, I’ll get back the project bags and needles that have been sequestered (in some cases) for years. Con: There’s a reason those projects ended up in my pile of hibernating WIPS.
- Start a new project. Pro: New project! A new excuse to go yarn shopping! Con: What about all the other projects?
What do you do when you get bored with your knitting?