Crochet motivation and finding your lost crojo

What gives you the motivation and energy to crochet? 

Is it the fact that you can magically transform “string” into objects? 

Is it to bring joy to your family members by creating unique things for them?

Is it because you have a unique style and nothing you can find in the shops fits with it, so you have to make things that show off your personality?

Is it because you like to have a vast array of accessories that go with your easy to combine wardrobe? 

Is it because you like solving puzzles and crochet projects fill that need for mental stimulation?

Or is it the fact that your hands need to be constantly be doing something and crochet is a soothing and repetitive activity that doesn’t distract you from other activities?

For me it’s all of the above, plus the opportunity to play with stitches, come up with patterns, design unique things and try out new fibers. 

I’d love to learn more about your motivation, as sometimes knowing this helps to regain your motivation to finish projects already started.

We all lose our crojo (crochet mojo) once in a while, but knowing what drives us can bring it back.

Knowing this also helps to figure out what projects you’d like to tackle and to prevent overwhelm when having to choose between too many project ideas. 

You don’t have to tell it to me if you don’t want to, but if you do a little exercise and figure it out for yourself, that might be beneficial in the long run.

I hope this helps you get a little bit of crojo back and to find the stuff that brings you joy.



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