I may have made a mistake.

OK, not really a mistake.

I may have over-committed myself.  Which, when you’re a Type-A overachiever like me, is nothing new.

I’m no stranger to “accidentally-on-purpose” signing up for just one too many activities, and making one too many entries on my to-do list.  And, well, I did it again.

I can’t give you too many details, because it’s all very secret, but I’m currently working on not one, but two new designs.

They’re both lovely (if I say so myself), but they’re both due mid-Februrary, and they both require a lot of prototyping.

(And one is knit on US3s.  Who designs a sweater on US3s?! Honestly?!  Oh… Right…)

IMG_1268Anyway, the kid is napping right now, so I’m going to take advantage of the quiet and hop back on the couch and get in a little speed-knitting.

Keep your fingers crossed for me!  It’s going to be a busy couple weeks!

Have you ever over-committed with your crafting?  What happened?

1 thought on “Oops

  1. Sue H-m

    Good luck! You can do it!
    I once agreed to do some cross stitch for a friend to give as Christmas gifts–nothing big, names on sweatshirts, but if course they took time.
    Then she started adding “just one more.” A few times.
    I got them done, but the pressure sucked the joy of crafting right out of the whole thing. Never again. Now I am extremely conservative with making things for others on demand. I don’t want my knitting/crocheting to become a job, I’m just not built that way.
    I admire those who can do this, including you!


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