Of course I will try to finish some of what I started (more than last year, so upwards of four). Also, I was thinking I should make five new starts because that's how many things I finished from last year's Crazy January Nine. Since it's only five starts, I thought the three-day Molly rotation would work best. Because I hadn't been thinking about this since November, only a few projects were completely kitted and ready to stitch. So three days on one projects gives time for some items I've ordered to come in. Then I thought, maybe you should start 10 projects since January has thirty-one days. But I quickly came to my senses. I will fill in with projects that I've already started. I mean, come on, the only resolution I have right now is to finish more projects off my WIPs list than I did last year! Get to work, gorgeous.
I started with Lilybet's, Lady Gray. She didn't see a whole lot of action though. Between sleeping very late on January 1, getting new smart phones that we have been
trying to figure out playing with, picking up the dog from the vet*, I just didn't have much time for her ladyship.
Today, much to the chagrin of my old ladies at the library, I started something new. They are, if not real one-at-a-timers, very-few-at-a-timers and they have seen me start too much and finish too little. I'm giving them agita over there.
My cousin posted a photo on FB of a necklace I made her for Christmas. You might recognize it from my pinterest board (it's either in crafts or gifts to make). It's an Anthropologie knock-off and it came out pretty well though I say it myself. At least I know she liked it.
*She passed the object and is still improving. However, she's been acting weird. For some reason, she will only come into the house from our fenced back yard if we leash her. She seems crazy-spooked by the house. And she's only eating half as much as normal. I'm putting it down to the meds for now. And hope to see continued improvement. I'll keep you posted.