You may have noticed I've renamed my finished tops. Forgetfulness is a creeping certainty. I'd forgotten all about this "name" for UFO's. I think "Works in Slow Progress" describes them much better. These aren't projects that have been stuffed away for years - they are complex projects that take a lot of time. (Why oh why do I keep starting projects like this? In April I'll start another one with the Kim McLean pattern.)
That long list was a bit daunting, and then I thought of Ravelry. If you are a knitter you are probably familiar with Ravelry. On the project pages there you can label a project as "hibernating". It doesn't mean you won't finish it - it just means you aren't working on it in the present. So I decided to put some of my WISP's into hibernation.
Why does moving projects around on lists make me feel so much better? I don't know - I just know it does.
I'm curious how many WISP's you all have. Long, complicated projects you will finish eventually. Please leave me a comment about your WISP's - what are they, how many do you have etc. This will get us closer to the prize drawing!
(Wow! I guess hibernating doesn't have a "y" - I spelled it wrong FOUR times! Three times in this post and once in the sidebar. I'm glad no one but me reads my sidebar! Or all of you just too polite to tell me I spelled something wrong.)
(I guess my daughter doesn't read the sidebar. She is my best reader - she always tells me when I've spelled something wrong. Spell check works on the post body, but not on the title or the sidebar!)