Course Curriculum:

  • 1

    Sorting the Projects and Rescuing the Supplies

    • How to Get Rid of Unfinished Projects (UFO's), Part 1 (4 pages)

    • Burn Test for Wool, Cotton, Bamboo and Acrylic Yarn

  • 2

    Dealing with the "like" pile

    • How to Get Rid of Unfinished Projects, Part 2 (6 pages)

    • Project Planner (1 page)

    • Knitting Time Calculator (1 page)

    • How Long Does it Take to Knit?

  • 3

    Planning Future Projects

    • How to Make Sure You Finish All Knitting Projects You Start (4 pages)

    • How to Make Sure Your Finished Knits Fit (8 pages)

    • Template for Sweater Measurements (1 page)

    • Eight Steps to Make Sure Your Finished Knits Fit (1 page)

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Dealing with Unfinished Projects

Malynn Moorhead

Well thought out and well presented. I've been overwhelmed for years and I think I finally have a method that will work for me. Starting today. Thanks so ...

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Well thought out and well presented. I've been overwhelmed for years and I think I finally have a method that will work for me. Starting today. Thanks so much for thinking of a logical answer to this problem. Malynn

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Dealing with Unfinished Projects

Danielle Petit

Very important lessons ! Thank you. I would like to add, dear Maryna, that since I've read and done the exercise of the lesson, I have disciplined myself t...

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Very important lessons ! Thank you. I would like to add, dear Maryna, that since I've read and done the exercise of the lesson, I have disciplined myself to finish the yarns I already have and the projects on hand. I now have a tool to be more productive instead of collecting yarns. Also, I can learn new techniques on the way. Looking forward to improving my hobby with your site. Have a beautiful day !

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