5 Tips for Craft Multitasking

5 Tips for Craft Multitasking

If you’re a serious crafter, then you’ve probably got a few projects going right now. That’s not a bad thing! Having lots of projects means that you can diversify your crafting and get more done. But what happens when you get overwhelmed with too many projects?¬†These 5 tips for craft multitasking will help you keep things under control.

Let’s face it, we all have at least three or four craft projects going on at once. Whether it’s scrapbooking, knitting, jewelry making, or sewing, we keep ourselves busy.


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Before we know it, we’re knee-deep in projects and don’t know where to turn. These five tips can help you keep your head on a swivel so that you can get those projects done… so you can start a few more.


1 – Plan ahead

Planning ahead and setting a schedule can do wonders for your projects. If you can break everything down into small steps and sections, you’ll find that the big or multiple projects aren’t as daunting as they once were.

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2 – Stock up on supplies

Part of planning is stocking up to make sure you have everything you need. Buying all of your supplies ahead of time means that you won’t get stuck in the middle of a project if you run out of material or don’t have the right tools. Create and Craft can help! With incredible prices and daily deals, you’re sure to always have a stocked craft room.

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3 – Set small goals

Breaking down your project into smaller goals and accomplishments means that you’ll get more done and you’ll feel like you’re making a lot of progress. And if you end up getting farther ahead, then you’ll feel fantastic!

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4 – Give yourself time

Sometimes you just need to give yourself some time off. Don’t feel bad if you end up having to take an afternoon or day off from crafting. Plan your projects with some padded “me time” to make sure you’re not working too hard.

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5 – Ask for help (if you need it)

Don’t be afraid to ask for help or to include your friends. Having a big project is fun, but it can be time-consuming. Bringing your friends and family into the process can be a great way to spend time together and to make a project a social event. Take the stress from a difficult project and turn it into an evening of fun!

If not, you might have a breakdown.

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These aren’t hard and fast rules, but these five tips can help you get all of your projects under control. One of the best things about crafting is that you can juggle multiple projects at once. But when that gets a bit overwhelming these tricks can get you back on track and crafting to your maximum potential.

For some supplies that can help you manage those multiple projects, click here and get your craft on.

Do you have any of your own tips or tricks for multitasking?

Comment below and share them with us!

Happy Crafting!

The Create and Craft Team

3 thoughts on “5 Tips for Craft Multitasking”


  • I thought the comments were good, not what I needed. I always have such a mess in my craft room and need organization ideas. Right Now I am at a point where the room is in fairly good shape and I need constructive help organizing it. I simply have to much stuff. I currently have two projects going and need to get to them. I have spent way too much time trying to get my Roku working and keeping it working.

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