I've decided it's time to out myself and show my worth as AADC president incumbent. I therefore hereby present my most embarrassing work in progress and strongest evidence of my attention deficient crafting:
My nephew's 10 page felt counting book, planned as a gift for his
before I was intimidated by page four and used knitting as a distraction.
Then suffered a complete AADC related stalling (and a lot of purchasing of materials for new projects - the best kind of AADC related distraction!) before page five
And finally a recent flurry of excitement for pages six
I'm all stalled again for page 8 this time using quilting, knitting AND sewing (with some occassional baking) for AttentionDeficient distraction. Page was going to be 8 coloured pencils but I'm intimidated by those tiny fiddly pencil points, don't spose you have any ideas for page 8 you could lend me in the interest of progress?
Of course once pages 8, 9 and 10 are done there's still the binding, finishing and hand sewing of the message on the back cover page, at the moment I am in danger of it reading (in hand stitched letters of course)
I hope your own children enjoy many fun hours
using this book to learn to count, I am very sorry you never
learned to count from a hand sewn felt book.
Love and guilt Aunty Sadieandlance xxx"
I think it's a bit long.
*Um of course this whole AADC thing is no a legit ailment, you won't find it in any medical journal - although who knows maybe you will in 20 years time when we develop a better understanding of this debilitating infliction? Actually the whole thing is made up - well a loose joke amongst good friends.