Friday, March 19, 2010

Work(s) in Progress...

My crafty mojo is back... phew!  I think my problem was that I was never present when I tried to get crafting the past few weeks... I've been so busy and had so much on my mind that I always was thinking about the next thing on the agenda, and mentally adding to my to do's.  I simply couldn't get anything done!

It's a really good thing I'm back... just look at all the projects I have in the works...
I'm working on a super secret stealthy card-making project for Lolly over at Lollychops.  I'll tell you more about it next week...


There's some necklace making in my future... I just love the aqua color of these beads... reminds me of the ocean!


Some hair clips are being made to stuff into a special someone's Easter basket...


Two pairs of cotton PJ's (which have since been cut out) are waiting to be sewn...


Two projects are on the go from this fabulous book... (I have a neat story about this book that I'll share soon!)


I'm working on perfecting a little girl's kerchief pattern / tutorial...


And I'm finally getting the guts to tackle some scrapbooking.  Since I'm *still* too overwhelmed to tackle my wedding scrapbook (I've been married almost two years!) I decided to start out slow and work on a travel scrapbook.  The photos on the left are from our trip to DC a couple of summers ago, and the photos on the right are from a trip with Trav's family to Traverse City back in (gulp!) 2007...


What are YOU working on, dear reader?  Are you a one-at-a-time project type of person, or do you always have multiple things on the go - like me?

4 comments:

Meg the Grand said...

I love the book One Yard Wonders. I made the obi heating wrap last night and it works wonderfully! The book also makes me feel less guilty about having acquired so many random yards of fabric.

Susan said...

Like Mother ,like Daughter-I guess I'm to blame for you having multiple projects on the go!!!

Mum.

Meg said...

Glad your mojo is back!

The weather's been so nice lately I've been after any garden related project I can get my hands on. The more spring-like the better.

I've also been knitting like crazy lately. It always happens to me around this time of year- lots of people start thinking about putting their yarn away since winters over but love to knit outside and as soon as the nice weather hits all I want to do is sit on a park bench and knit the day away.

Rosemary said...

I'm a crafting multi-tasker, same thing with books - always have a couple going at once.