so many weaves, so little time!

CaysCraftyCreations

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Anyone just search for weaves and add them to their "I love that gotta try it" pile? I need to start a physical list and post it above my desk for when I can't decide what to work on!
 

Frann

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Absolutely! I always have a "If I only knew" list.It keep me motivated. You can only do Byzantine and HP 3 in 1 so many time and not begin to twitch.
 

Ginkage

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I have a folder of links to weaves on M.A.I.L. that I keep up to date, even though the site has the ability to favorite particular weaves. :D It's getting kind of ridiculous!
 

Theresa

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I've saved weave pages on my phone. And email them to myself. Also have little notes all over. Need to be more organised!
 

lake158

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I started a page in the notes section on my iPad with links to tutorials. The only problem is the list is getting so long. I just need the time and money to try them all. LOL
 

CaysCraftyCreations

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I've saved weave pages on my phone. And email them to myself. Also have little notes all over. Need to be more organised!
I need to be more organized too but who has time when you have to squeeze in making maille in between cooking cleaning and taking care of the kids! Lol
 

Brooke

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Me too! I have a nice stack in my box that holds all my supplies. A lot of times I'll start a weave at working during lunch hours. It may take awhile to finish but it's started, at least!
 

ShadowBox_Studios

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I have pages marked in books for tutorials I want try, and a list in my mind of weaves to try that I can't remember where I saw them, haha. One of these days I'll start writing a list of what I want to try
 

Nologic

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I'm always finding a weave that I want to try. And before I can get the rings together, I find another new weave I want to try. I forget about the one before until I see another picture of it. Then I start looking for rings for it. I think I need more rings.
 

Melody

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There are a lot I like and will try. I do have about 10 bookmarks for it thought
 

Mlouzzz

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I have a 'must-make folder on Pintest. A lot of tutorials on my computer and a folder with links to things I wanna make. Have to sort it out, some day....
 

Skaði

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Anyone just search for weaves and add them to their "I love that gotta try it" pile? I need to start a physical list and post it above my desk for when I can't decide what to work on!
I have a binder where I put my 'gotta try' weaves. I print them out, put in page protectors, and hopefully knock one out each week or so.
 

Katie

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I've also started a little project drawer. When I buy specific things for a certain project, I will bag them together and put them in the "to do" bin so I don't accidently use those for something else, in case I don't get to the project right away.
 

Traceybell

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I also keep a binder with printed pages in page protectors... so many projects but not enough time!
I have about 4 binders full of weaves to make. I might spend more time printing pictures and tutorials of ones I want to do than I actually spend weaving... what a hobby!
 

Anne VanLoon

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I have binders-plural-with ideas and notes for upcoming projects. It's getting to be a problem because I fall in love with the things that my FB group posts and then want to try them for myself-AND THEY KEEP POSTING MORE STUFF! I keep needing to mark the posts I've fallen in love with so I can add those to my ever growing pile.
 

Anne VanLoon

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I've also started a little project drawer. When I buy specific things for a certain project, I will bag them together and put them in the "to do" bin so I don't accidently use those for something else, in case I don't get to the project right away.
I hadn't though of a bin to keep all the supplies together! (smacks self on forehead) That is so much better than having to hunt down the supplies I sorted into the general materials populace when I'm ready to try something new!
 
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