Every so often I think about listing the projects that I have in progress. A daunting task indeed. Up until now I was quite afraid of what I might discover if I tried this.
Also, I read Carly's post about making an inventory of her fabrics. While this was both shocking and awesome, it did inspire confidence that I could indeed inventory my ufo's (unfinished objects).
Last night I photographed what I had on my shelves, and this morning I have made a list of what there is. Granted, I did forget to take photos of a few things, but I did list them.
At the end of this, I find I have 30 projects on my list, which is what it is. I don't pretend that I will finish all of these, and I'll probably pass some of them on at a later date, but it does feel good to have them listed now. More in control of it all, somehow. Also, I have a list of photos, mostly that I can refer to, rather than having to physically look through my shelves and baskets. ( they are on the new page, above, called Ongoing Projects)
Also, I have a new basket of stuff to pass on to Serendipity!
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