Not sure whether I have too many projects, or not enough. It could be too many since the total number exceeds the number of sides on an ordinary dice (yes, I know, singular vs plural, but this sounds better to my ear) but is fewer than the number on your D&D 20 sided die. I suppose I could make a list, and then roll?
This is in contrast to many others who are organizers, planners, schedulers. I mean yes, I stitch things that come out a segment at a time, and I know when the new parts will drop (into my email thank you very much). But I don’t plan what I am stitching each and every day. I don’t have a rotation of projects that I go down. I don’t really have, nor do I want, strict goals. The best I can do is attempt to keep all the materials for a particular project in a dedicated bag.
The bin of left over SALs from last year.
The bin with most, but not all of those underway for this year.
All of which leads me to
½ the Red Queen (Alice through the Looking Glass, Owlforest on probably 16 count off white bought in a tube)
and this year’s new full-coverage start. It will be another dragonling on a book.