Friday, December 14, 2007

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  • A Crazy Ravelry Queue

    Don't agonize, organize.
    -Florynce Kennedy

    I've been organizing and making lists. Stash. Projects. A completely out-of-control Ravelry queue. Seriously. Seven pages? 185 projects? Is there a prize for being the most delusional knitter out there?

    In lieu of casting on more projects (the Denim Aran is rapidly nearing completion, and I have 1 1/2 Christmas stockings you've never seen that WILL be done for Christmas), I've been making big plans for the new year. Big, exciting details coming soon. In the meantime, there are 185 dreams to browse on Ravelry.

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    Blogger Jenn said...

    I thought I was bad, but my Ravelry queue is only 6 pages long. Can't wait to hear what the big exciting plans are!

    12/14/2007 7:00 PM  
    Blogger Elinor said...

    At this point, it might be best to start adding patterns to favorites instead of to the queue, especially if your queue size stresses you. as favorited patterns, they can't burden you... or so I tell myself, at least.

    12/14/2007 7:40 PM  
    Blogger Rebecca said...

    I agree with Elinor - I add patterns I like to my Favorite's list instead of my Queue. And I can't wait to hear what your big 2008 plans are.

    I LOVE those Christmas stockings! I have been thinking that it is time to replace the ones we have, especially my two daughters stockings -- too juvenile. I'm looking forward to the unveiling of yours!

    12/16/2007 3:50 AM  
    Blogger Dorothy said...

    I'd better go check it out. I think my queue is only a page or so. Maybe I'll get some more ideas from yours! Can't wait to hear what's up for you in the New Year.

    12/16/2007 7:52 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    At least you'll be able to remember what you hope to knit. I knit the 2002 Olympic sweater and added it to my list of finished project.


    12/16/2007 8:08 AM  
    Blogger Pat K said...

    Why stress about the queue? I use mine so I can find a pattern I like again with no fuss or bother. Of course I could use Favorites for the same thing (thanks for the idea!) but I think I'll stick with the queue, at least for now.

    12/16/2007 3:47 PM  
    Blogger Miss T said...

    A delusional queue is a very nice thing, I think. It's all about dreaming. Nobody says you have to *make* all that stuff. :o)

    12/17/2007 9:01 AM  
    Blogger JayJay said...

    Well, I love most of the things in your queue, so I plan to use it for ideas for myself. ;) If only work would stop getting in the way of all the crafting we would like to do! ;)

    12/18/2007 8:39 AM  

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