So I compromised with a project book like the type sold to students with tabs which I can divide for quilting, knitting and crochet projects. There are no dates, so I write in my aims for the month (which may or may not be completed) and can write in that month what I've managed to do, so my progress is measurable. At least I can say I've done something even if I haven't done a lot.
Another thing to help me is a little light box that David has made me from an ice cream carton and Perspex top and it has a cut out hole to slide my LED work light underneath.
As I'm progressing well with the clown knitting that I'm doing, most of the body is sewn and stuffed and there's a lot of little bits and bobs to go with him, so he's coming along, so I treated myself to one of the Attic 24 Stylecraft yarn packs from Wool Warehouse. I have to say that the pack arrived really quickly, and was nicely packed in an organza bag. Doesn't look so neat in the pic was believe me it was.
What I've done this afternoon this afternoon and evening has been to make up one of The Bramble Patch's Box of Delights kits and this one was January's. This contained a charm square pack of Poppy Mae fabric and backing (for which the Lightbox came in handy). The pattern was this lovely poppy wall hanging.
This has brightened up what's been a grey day today. When the photo was taken I'd fused the applique pieces onto the background, but later this evening I sewed them down.
That's another entry in the project book.