The house is so quiet! On the positive side, however, I can leave my knitting lying around without fear and Kirby is a little calmer since he doesn’t have to worry about getting stepped on. Hester is bereft because she has lost her main source of snacks. So, on to January reorganization and a look back over 2006. The following projects were completed:

January – Socks that Rock

February – CIC socks, Snowdrop Shawl. Dale Baby Sweater

March – Trekking Socks,

April – Embossed Leaves Socks

May – Austermann Step Socks, Opal Socks

June – Lizzie’s Lacey Rib Socks

July – Dale Baby Set 1, Peacock Feathers

August – Dale Baby Set 2, Izzy’s Cotton Dress, Yarn Trade Socks

September – Old Shale Two Socks, CIC Sweater #1

October – Supersocke Socks and Fingerless Mitts

November – CIC Sweater #2 and two pairs wild and crazy socks

December – Cabled Fingerless Mitts, Izzy’s Christmas Outfit, Izzy Wee Socks and CIC Fingerless Mitts

So there you have it! I actually completed at least one project every single month this past year. No large projects, other than Izzy’s Christmas outfit and no adult sized sweaters. But lots of socks and baby items! Plus two sweaters, one pair socks and one pair fingerless mitts for CIC.

You’ll have to wait to see what I’m working on now because it’s late and I’m off to bed. And guess what? It’s raining – hard – again! Maybe I should forgo sleeping and start on the ark.

6 thoughts on “

  1. That is an impressive list of FO’s. Such crazy weather. Here in RI it has been in the 50’s the past few days. Today, JANUARY 6, it is 57 degrees at 6:30 AM and supposed to reach into the 60’s. No cold weather in sight for the week ahead. How is a knitter supposed to wear her sweaters in this tropical zone?!?

  2. That’s a lot of knitting for someone who works a paying job, takes college classes (especially statistics), runs a home, spends time with her family, and blogs. I’m impressed.

  3. Ditto what Marguerite said, not to mention the great marks you’ve been getting in your classes!
    As for the ark…..yeah, does seem like we need one this winter, doesn’t it? Yesterday was a rainy depressing day up here, but the sun is shining today (for now anyway).

  4. I’m still waiting for her to knit me a car cover for my Mini Cooper. Wonder how many skanes of nice soft cashmere yarn it’ll take?

  5. I bet there would be lots of time for knitting on the arc! That’s a great list. . . especially with your stellar performance in statistics!

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