There is a side of me that I keep buried deep, deep, deep down. I inherited it from my mother. When it rears its ugly head, my life of perfect creative clutter gets wiped clean and I can’t find a thing. The nastiness is known as “organization” to many, but “death to creativity” to me. The “dreaded O” is forced upon my office twice annually, but remains well-tamed the rest of the time. Unless, that is, something wonderful causes it to break free of the cage. Last week, Ravelry released a tool that unlocked the monster.
The “dreaded O” appeared in full furry, gobbling up the “bundling” code. Yes, I had plans for my Saturday, but the new bundling tool activated the “dreaded O” and nothing was to be done except bundling. Reluctantly, I gave in and surrendered my plans and bundled, bundled, bundled, bundled, and bundled once more.
That little button, added with a short snippet of code, expands to show a filing cabinet of list potentials (added by the user).
I squealed with joy about the bundling on Twitter as I watched my Ravelry designer’s page receive much needed cataloging and organization.
So if your heart goes a flutter with organization too, whether secretly or passionately, check out the bundles on Lindsay Lewchuk’s designer page for the following categories:
If you are a Ravelry designer and want to bundle too, here is the shopkeeper’s link with the short code. If you are a Ravelry user and want to bundle too, TPTB (the powers that be) forecasts this tool being released for all, but no date is given yet.
In closing, I want to give a shot out to TPTB over at Ravelry who coded this wonderful feature into existence. Thank you so much – you made my shop an organized place!