Tidy mind? Tidy stitches? Huh? They can't be talking about me, the most disorganized woman in the knitting world. Tidy, my foot. The miracle is that I actually do finish these babies sooner or later. Some are way later. Some get frogged.
My method of organization is to have a project bag, plastic bag, large humongous plastic bag, paper bag with handles, baskets for every project I've started. Snort. Howl with laughter. No, I do have each and every project in its separate container, and occasionally I include my notes and charts. The problem is that I have too many bags.
Brace yourselves. Here come the pics.
And this doesn't include the projects in bags in plastic tubs that I may or may not finish. I'm going to do a load of laundry and hide while you are snickering.
To all of you who are as disorganized as me: Isn't it grand? You never know what you might find in any project bag! I do sort of know what I'm working on at the moment. At least I know that those bags are not in my tubs.
Vivianne - I don't remember what's in each bag. Given however that at least 3-4 are current and need to get done, I know that those bags are on top of other bags or in the scrimmage on the chair (4th pic from the top), although that's not always true. Memory? What's memory? I don't remember.
fig - I guess those bags do organize it a bit. At least there is one project/bag.