Sit down at the dining room table and say, out loud, "I've reached my limit". Then I feel silly. It's all small stuff! Actually, I'm not kidding, hearing myself say it can be kind of helpful.
How about putting her in her crib in the living room and just sitting on the couch? Just the break from physical contact could help. Give her a book, if she's already looking at books, or a toy or musical something and see if she'll stay there without screaming!
Perhaps you could place in the crib, turn on the stereo and get some stress out by dancing all over the place. This will probably amuse her!
I've found, when dh is out filming a documentary in the middle of Central Asia for 1 month, that if I get really stressed, it really helps to go outside. Once I put dd's jacket on over her pyjamas and took her outside at 10 pm. It really calmed her down, and I got some fresh air. If you have a car, perhaps you could go for a drive. Any change of scenery really helps my mood.
The worst time I ever had was when my dd was 12 mos, and we were on vacation in Corsica. My dh had to leave a day early to talk to TV execs who didn't care where he was, he needed to be in Paris in 8 hours!!, (I'm so bitter!
). Anyway it was raining, and freezing cold, and we didn't have a car, or a TV and dd wanted to bf ALL day. Being stuck in that house was HARD!
Hope some of this helps. It's hard for everyone!