Luckily, I had a lovely knitting project that took only the amount of energy I had. I participated in this year's Ravellenic Winter Games, and just finished my shawl yesterday afternoon. It's had its bath and is drying right now- just in time to cross the finish line!
The pattern is On The Bias by Dutch Knitting Design. I used some of my hand spun that I spun in last summer's Tour de Fleece. I can't wait for it to be dry so I can wear it!
Anyway, back to stitching and my February WIPocolypce update.
I was on a roll before I got derailed by the flu - I finished two projects since the last post!
And I made good progress on my Little House Needlework Family Sampler - I just need to finish the boarder and I can go back and fill in the family.
Now that I've finished two of my WIP's, I'll have to pull out some more to focus on. I've been going through my HUGE pile of UFO's and making a list to post here (I'm not even half done). Hopefully if I can see them all in one place, it will keep me more motivated to make progress on them all.
I suppose that's as good a segue as any to this month's discussion question: How many projects do you generally feel comfortable having in progress at a time? Tell us about your one-at-a-time or rotation habits!
I don't know if you could tell, but I don't really worry about how many projects I have going at one time. Every once in a while, I feel bad that I have so much unfinished, but that doesn't seem to last for long. The ones that I feel the worst about are the class pieces - I have taken so many wonderful classes, and I rarely finish the pieces. I'd like to get some of those done.
As far as a rotation, I usually use the "screaming rotation" method. Which ever piece is screaming the loudest at me, I'll work on. :)
Right now I have some quilting projects screaming at me, so I think I'll go work on those...