Calling all makers who suffer from chronic Castonitis, are stranded on Sleeve Island, or have caught a case of Second Sock Syndrome! It's time to Finish It February!
What's Finish It Friday?
Together with our friends at Ewe Ewe Yarns, this month we'll be working through our unfinished business. We're challenging ourselves to finish all the projects that are looming on the shelf. Plus the one in that project bag in the car. (Oh! I can't forget about the few that are stashed in the box in the closet.)
Whether you call them WIPs (work in progress) or UFOs (unfinished objects), we invite you to join us in this friendly challenge. This month lets commit ourselves to finishing that sleeve, making that second sock, or finally weaving in those ends!
This blog post will be the basecamp for all things Billy and Baa and Finish it Friday. We'll post helpful blog posts, products to help you along the way, and more.
Join Us for Finish It Friday!
This blog post will be the basecamp for all things Billy and Baa and Finish it Friday. We'll post helpful blog posts, products to help you along the way, and more. You can see what Ewe Ewe is up to here.
Use the comment section of this post (just scroll down!) to chat with us and your fellow makers about your journey!
We started these projects once, so we can do it again! But it doesn't hurt to have a to-do list to set ourselves up for success. Here's how we're getting started:
- Identify all unfinished projects. Make a list of your projects (even if you don't love the project) and
- Take inventory. Do you have all the necessary supplies and notions to pick your project back up? Do you know where you left off? Log it all here on our In Progress Project Inventory worksheet.
- Prioritize Your Efforts. Pick the top 3 projects you want to finish and make them your priority to work on this week. You may need to get new supplies or figure out where you left off, but even these steps are a step in the right direction!
- Keep Making Lists! We are using our Woolly Important Things Daily Organizer to keep our making on track. Use the "Today's Project Goals" to help identify small actions that you accomplish each day. It feels great checking things off your list!
We'll be back with more Finish It February tips, ideas, and inspiration. But until then, scroll down to the comments below and tell us what projects you've identified to finish!