I’m rearranging my stash and trying to get some semblance of order established (don’t ask me what I’m supposed to be doing, that’s far too embarrassing a question).
I’ve packed away yarn in various bins, one for good stash (OK, I admit it, several), one for the charity knits, one for “what on earth was I thinking?” one for “maybe life as we know it will end I’d better hang onto this just in case”, one for...well, you get the picture. It didn’t seem like an excessive amount of yarn - as long as you ignore the stuff already packed away in various nooks and crannies. Tidily arranged in baskets and used as decorative accents doesn’t count, by the way.
It seemed logical to put the projects I was working on onto the table while I filled and stacked the bins. After a couple of landslides it occurred to me that maybe the table was full, so I started piling current projects on the chair as well. When that was full I decided to count just how many things I had on the go. No, I’m not going to tell you. You’ll have to guess. I’ll give a prize to the first person to come up with the exact figure, but to collect you have to confess your number of UFO’s. In public.
At what point, do you think, do current projects become abandoned projects? How long do you have to leave them?
Reply to this post with your guess of the number of Susan's UFO's. We'll collect your responses for a week and announce the winner next Thursday. The prizewinner's UFO number will be published that day.