Hi friends, My head is full-to-bursting with ideas. Right now I'm planning the craft stories that will run in the magazine from June to December, which means I have projects to make, assignments to hand out, photos to arrange...oh, and directions to write! Phew! It's exciting, because I think we have some fabulous ideas, but a wee bit frustrating, too, because I won't be able to share them with you for weeks...even months. (It'll be worth the wait, though, I promise!) On top of all that, I've got a new sweater in the works. As I mentioned yesterday, over the weekend I picked up a copy of Knitting Around, by Elizabeth Zimmermann, and I'm going to make myself a Seamless Yoked Fair Isle Cardigan. (Inspired by Erin's pretty sweater, over here.) This sweater has lots of little challenges for me, starting with the math (above), then figuring out the colourwork for the yoke (below), and, oh yes, steeking. [caption id="attachment_1594" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Yeah...not so much. I'm trying again tonight."] [/caption] In the comments on yesterday's giveaway post, Flá asked, "By the way, how do you make time for crafts between your day job and everything else?" It's a good question and it got me thinking. Hm...I'm going to ponder a bit more, and share some ideas later this week. In the meantime, tell me: how do you fit in your crafting?