I can see my husband shuddering now.
I have 4 different projects going right now, and more than that if I take all of the UFOs floating around the craft room. They are Delphine, the Portland Tweed Vest, a pair of socks from Favorite Socks, and the ubiquitous baby set, which I obviously dislike or it would be done by now.
Now, the p-l-a-n.
Delphine will be what I work on during my lunch breaks. I love knitting, crocheting or cross-stitching over lunch. It calms me down a bit for the rest of the day and the time I spend crafting is time I am not spending eating. A valuable point given that I now live close to Donut King.
The Portland Tweed Vest is my commute project for those days when I don't feel like reading on the train. Yesterday I worked on the ribbing for the back on the train and as I walked down Centre Street. I'm sure people thought I was crazy.
The socks are a home project, mostly because I am trying to not have multiple knitting projects in my backpack at the same time. Multiple projects don't stop me from working on just the one project, and in the meantime I have yarn getting dirty, needles poking out of bags and the bags themselves developing holes. Might as well just have the one project.
The baby set. This is mostly for my husband's benefit. This is my Saturday and Sunday project. I have to work an hour on this project each of those days before I can work on any of my other projects. Hear that? Please help me stick to it. What is left for this project is: weaving in ends, sewing up for the hat and the sweater, purchasing and sewing on buttons, crocheting blanket strips together and some embroidery on the edges of the hat, sweater collar and blanket. Even if I just get a little bit of headway each day, I will be able to call it finished. It's just an embarassment that this project has been in my Ravelry list so long.
After this, I'm going to add more weaving and cross-stitch back to the pile. I have a queue of started projects large enough to keep me going for years in pretty much every craft category without a need to buy a large amount of supplies, and cross-stitch was my first craft so I have even more of it than even the knitting stuff. It would be nice to finish a second piece this year... as soon as Delphine is done.