I have several. Today, I feel motivated to finishing and/or tossing them. Or finish, evaluate, then toss. We'll see how I feel tomorrow. I suspect it's because I've been reading about Kanban and Personal Kanban--I want to get some items off my Doing list. Column. Whatever.
So I finished a skirt in dark-grayish-blue silk crepe, that I started months ago. Finished except for the final press, and then I'll have to wear it and see if it works at all. That's usually why something becomes a UFO--I baste it, try it on, and lose enthusiasm.
And I bound the waistband of that blue wool crepe skirt that I mentioned.
And I started hemming and binding the waist of a black cotton...er...see, it's got a zipper, so it seems like a skirt, but it's really lightweight, almost a voile, so it seems like a slip. I can no longer remember why I started it. Whatever the reason, it'll be done soon.
After all of those are done and either on hangers or in the donate pile or in the trash, I'll start sewing the cooking coat that I cut out perhaps a year ago.
Except that I know that there's a half-finished skirt in lightweight black wool crepe around here somewhere, really cheap wool crepe that bought to test patterns, but I can't find it. And somewhere there's a drop-sleeved thing in light pink linen that's too big and long to be a shirt, too short to be a bathrobe, too unstructured to be a jacket, and too pretty to be a cooking coat. I suppose it could be a swimming cover-up if I ever ever swam.
Look! Sewing themed cat picture!
That is all.
Image: By Ron Galili. Wikimedia Commons.
Haha...oh boy, do I have a lot of UFOs on the go! All knitted ones in my case.ReplyDelete
I only occasionally knit, and I believe that every single one of my knitting projects is a UFO. :) I should really take the striped Tom Baker-inspired scarf off the needles and start wearing it.ReplyDelete