And no, it wasn't the required calculations for my homework... There are 143 days until Fibre Week, 2014. I do have to say I've got pretty much none of the homework done for Level 3 of the Master Spinners Program. In each level there is at least 150 hours of homework time. While I know I've got one of the big, time consuming things done, the dye module, I've still got the be all and end all part of this level, and that's the spin to a certain TPI skeins. Those are not very likely to turn out exactly at all the first time. I'll be really really lucky, if even 1/4 of them do.
So, let's say that I've still got a good 120 hours of work to do. If I do 1 hour of work a day, every day from February first to June twentieth, I'll be golden. The chances of that happening every day? Not likely. I know it gives a 30 day buffer zone, but for some reason, I think I'll more likely have 150 hours of work. Knowing my own pace, and desire for extreme quality in this endeavour, there will be more time required.
At least now I know. I've got to buckle down, and repeat my mantra from last year, and the year before. "I will not do this again next level". I will not do this again next level. I will spend all of the Tour de Fleece spinning my homework. I'll get it done a lot sooner. Because this is crazy making.