|Washcloth Patterns by Crochet Spot|
It could be a washcloth. Or a scrunchie. Or a bookmark. Or a flower. Whatever it is, keep it something small and quick to make. The sense of accomplishment will help pull you out of the depths of RCS and you’ll be ready to tackle that next big project.
Make a motif
This stays with the idea of making something small and quick. It could be a granny square. It could be a circle. Lacy or solid. It doesn’t matter if you plan to put something together with it now or not. It’s an exercise to keep your fingers busy and make you feel productive.
Try something new
Many times, I find myself in states of RCS because I’m just bored. Nothing seems to appeal to me. That’s when I look through my many pattern and crochet how to books and find something new that I haven’t tried before. I take the time as an opportunity to learn something new.
|Crocheted Easter Eggs from Petals to Picots|
Edge a fleece blanket
Whether it's for Project Linus or Kid's Korner, you'll feel super productive if you edge a fleece blanket. And you'll feel extra great for making a blanket for a good cause.
Organize your yarn stash
Take a break from the hook and just play with all the fun fiber in your bins or drawers.
|Shell & V-Stitch Pattern from Crochet Today!|
Close your eyes and point one out. Pick out a great collection of crochet patterns and read through it.
If you find yourself in a moment of Restless Crochet Syndrome, we hope it is short-lived and you’re back crocheting something fabulous once more.