I think you can tell that by most of your Ravelry members' project queues. *laughs*
It is almost like a person may have an idea of what they want to try, but their journey there takes them passed a bunch of store-front windows displaying all sorts of other types and styles of crochet (or knitting, if you prefer). Going to point A to B takes you passed a lot of other points you want to visit... so you take note with intent to stop by again. If you are like me, you do more than take note - you begin and put it along side other projects that need to be finished *laughs*
So where am I going with this blog?
|crochet bracelet by cris|
For me, crocheting jewelry is one of those unexpected stops between point A and point B. The problem is, I don't think point B has been defined so I am sure there will be a lot more stops beyond jewelry while I travel on this road of yarn.
While I do not have much issue with crocheting the jewelry, I still struggle with some of the jewelry making techniques such as attaching the closure. That little difficulty hinders progression with jewelry making skills - its kinda important *laughs* But I know that I will get there. I know that it will not be long before I have figured out how to consistently do a good job of the closures to produce quality jewelry (that I can give away as gifts *chuckles*)
So I ask you, the reader, what unexpected stops have you had in your craft/art journey? Did you put it on a list and hope to return to it soon or are you like me and just take it up immediately, learning as you go?