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8 Feelings After Completing a Project

Whether you love to crochet, knit or both, we all get the incredible sense of achievement after completing a project, particularly when it seems like it's taken a while. We take you through the emotions we experience after casting off.

8 Feelings After Completing a Project

1. Relief

I'm so pleased I'm done. I can move my hands freely again!

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2. Happiness

I don't think I've ever smiled this much. I need to have another look at it!

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3. Worry

Wait! Is that a dropped stitch?!

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4. Panic

Oh no, I'm going to have to unravel the whole thing...

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5. Calm

It's OK my eyes were playing tricks on me, we're fine...I think...

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6. Sadness

But I enjoyed making it so much and that yarn was so pretty.

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7. Thoughtfulness

What if I never find a project that exciting again?

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8. Excitement

WOW look at all of these new projects on Top Crochet Patterns that I can get started on, time to do some yarn shopping.

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