My mother taught me how to crochet when I was 7 yrs old....it's kind of a tradition in our family, all the girls MUST learn to crochet starting at age 7 (don't ask lol)...while most mothers are teaching their children how to cook, mine was teaching me a triple crochet lol....so I'm really good at making stuff but I can't cook at all lol.
Anyways I love to crochet but I get anxious for the finished product and when it takes longer than I originally anticipated I put it down and start on something else..then I see something else I want to make and so I put that project down and start on something else...it's a vicious cycle and the outcome is that in 20 yrs I've only completed probably 4 things.
I would really love to start making things to sell...try to help my hubby bring in some extra money since I'm SAHM.
How do I keep the motivation to keep working on my current project once I see something else I would rather be making?
Answer by JenzAmomOf2 at 1:05 PM on Mar. 30, 2011
I crochet and have my own little business doing it :) Start small. Have you tried making the crocheted animals/toys? What about dish cloths? Hats? Scarves? I make hats, scarves, and a few other things. I prefer them over queen size bedspreads, lol. Those take FOREVER! http://www.fortheloveofscarves.blogspot.com/
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