I'm very suggestible, but I would guess that if you're reading this blog and you're passionate about creating, you're pretty suggestible too. I'm so suggestible that I make a list everyday of the tasks that I have to do. Otherwise, I'd spend entire days working on some project that I saw yesterday and got so excited about that I had to make it. NOW!
As an example, consider this dress:
Stitch Lab to drop off some class samples. While I was at Stitch Lab, I noticed the sample dress they had hanging. They offer a monthly dress class and February's dress looked oh-so Springy.
Butterick B5455. And, there you have it. Pattern purchased, dress made.
A couple days later, I was looking through my contact's photos on flickr and noticed a cute little clutch someone had made. Yup, you guessed it:
You might think someone who spends the entirety of her day sewing and dyeing for work would not be drawn to do it in her off hours, but apparently that's what I see and so that's what I do.
Last night I was at Stitch Lab teaching a class and, with it being March, there's a new dress of the month.
Even as I write this a tab is open on my computer with that pattern.