Today’s episode is all about what to do when you don’t love your project.
Let’s face it – you will have a project you don’t love. It happens to all of us. You start strong with stars in your eyes, and then begin deflating as you realize your plans aren’t exciting you. At all.
You don’t love the colors, the fibers, the pattern – whatever it is, it’s simply not encouraging you to sit down and throw your shuttle. You’re stuck and all progress has stopped.
Is that the end? Do you wander off in search of a new craft? Do you move the loom into the garage and shift the dining room table back into its place?
Nope! Weaving is too important to shrug off because of a less-than-thrilling project. Tune into this important episode that will get you back on the weaving bench, and tossing your shuttle in order to make some weaving magic. Keep going, my friend. You can do it.
Show Notes –
Creativity is good for you! – I have firmly believed in this statement since I was a tiny person. But, I must admit that it is very satisfying to have a physician back me up. If you’d like to read more about how creativity can help you emotionally, physically, and mentally, you’ll absolutely enjoy this article! Click here to take it all in.
In my own words – I created an episode all about “Why Weaving is Good For You”. And while I am not a trained medical professional, I am a weaver who has found incredible benefits over the 15+ years I’ve been throwing a shuttle. I would love to hear your opinion on why weaving is good for you after you watch this episode! This link will take you right there.
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