I typically have at least 6-12 projects going at once. This month, that includes:
-2 Brooklyn Tweed cardigans (because why would you make one when you realize that you have enough yarn for a second one hello?)
-6 beanies using the #valebeanie pattern I posted about yesterday, and doing extra large sizes as well as making some more fitted, color blocked beanies using a bunch of yarn I picked up in #Sydney over Christmas.
-4 different scarves, including the piece pictured here using some leftover scraps of fingering and a massive stash of super-fine alpaca a friend gifted me 2 years ago and I'm FINALLY getting through. Thanks Annie!! (I've been really inspired by the shapes and color choices of Bauhaus Era women weavers from the 1930s.)
All of these projects serve different purposes-the cardigans are a little challenging, the beanies because I've had people asking for years for more fitted beanies-or the exact opposite-something way more loose, especially for someone with A TON of hair, and lastly-the scarves. I need an easy night time knitting project while chilling out with the bf.
I struggle to do one project at a time-but end up getting bored, stuck or (most commonly) starting getting a million ideas for other projects. Being forced to stay at home has enabled me to reevaluate my projects and just how I create work in general. I've started using a sketchbook again and I keep all the patterns I'd like to try in my queue on Ravelry.