Crojo Missing – Send HELP!

Good evening everyone, hope you are all well?

You haven’t heard from me in a while and this is because I have lost my crojo, as in it’s really gone and left me. I have so many WIPS on the go and so many projects I want to start but I seem to just sit and stare at them rather than get on with them at the moment.

It’s not just crochet either, seems to be life in general at the moment so I am writing this today in hope that you guys can give me some inspiration to get going again.

I haven’t done anymore on my courses either, I should’ve really finished these by now, but no just nothing. Is it the season changing? Have I just lost my way a little? anyone else ever feel this way? Just disconnected from everything….

Current projects outstanding

  • Temp Blanket, still not done any of this since my last blog about it.
  • Sunset Blanket, now this is beautiful and will look stunning but again I have come to a standstill on it.
  • Baby Santa suit, this should’ve been completed months ago.
  • Crochet Society Box No 3
  • Little Box of Crochet, The pillow, the next box will be out soon (Hitting head with palm emoji).
  • New Books still unopened.
  • Ideas a plenty for Christmas, not even started.

I haven’t even been on here reading all your wonderful blogs for inspiration, please send help ASAP.

Fingers crossed this quick blog kicks my butt into gear again and I make a quick come back.

Anyway, Take Care

Speak Soon

Marie (Cosy Crochet)

10 thoughts on “Crojo Missing – Send HELP!

  1. Take it one project at a time! It will be easier that way. I am in the same boat, I tell ya! It’s so easy to get overwhelmed. I told myself I’d only do one at a time and then inspiration hits and BAM! I have 20 WIPS. Ugh! Put everything in plastic ziplock bags, label them, then keep 2 or 3 out and hide the others in a WIP bag until you finish those 3? You’ll get it back!

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    1. Wow thank you Tasha great tip. I don’t normally start more than one so just don’t know what’s wrong with me at the moment. I’m sat looking at one now it’s just not happening 🤣


  2. It happens. If you’re not feeling it, you’re just not feeling it. But when I’m looking at a pile of WIPs and I’m hesitant, I start with the the easiest, the fastest, the most fun, or the one that will give me the most pleasure finishing. That includes starting a new one if that’s what would be easiest, fastest, or more fun. But sometimes, I think we just need to give ourselves permission to just be. 🙂

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  3. Loosing your crochet mojo is never nice – happens to me from time to time, even if I do have a huge list of wips. Sometimes I find that what I need is a break from crochet – I know that can seem counter intuitive, you’re not feeling like working on crochet so you think you need to crochet but for me, sometimes I need to just not think about it work a while. Like when I spent so much time crocheting before Christmas in order to get things done in time, I burnt myself out a little and just needed to take a solid week or two not even thinking about it and doing something else instead (in my case that was playing video games). After a break, I found my fingers were itching to hold a crochet hook again rather than dreading it!
    If you don’t want to take a break, definitely just pick a small project to do, something that you can finish quickly because finishing a project can often spark the desire to get more finished.

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