1. Yuletide Gnome; 2. London Beanie #1; 3. Fetching Gloves; 4. First Apron; 5. Downtown Purse; 6. Snake Charmers; 7. Odessa; 8. Sunrise Circle Jacket; 8. Shedir; 9. Perdita; 10. Lady Eleanore; 11. Clapotis
So taking a page from Lolly's book, here is a little questionnaire regarding my year in knitting:
- What is your absolute favorite project you've ever knit (one that fulfilled both process and product)?
- That would have to be my Sunrise Circle Jacket. This has been my pride and joy this year as it was my first sweater and fits like a dream. I have received many compliments on it
- Which of your hand knits do you wear the most often?
- Once again it would be the Sunrise Circle Jacket, hands down
- What was your favorite gift to knit?
- Definitely the Yuletide Gnome. I had a hard time giving that one away. He was soooo cute. I didn't think I would like him at first but now I am a little sad to have seen him go.
- Which of your hand knits are gathering dust your closet?
- I am sad to say my Lady Eleanor has not seen the light of day since she was knit. I pull her out every once in a while to see if I can figure out how to wear her properly, but inevitably she finds her way back to the closet.
- Which of your hand knits have you gotten rid of?
- If you've knit socks, what is your favorite pattern?
- Well, I started my first sock this year so by default it would be the Jaywalker sock pattern
- What have you learned about your craft in 2006?
- That I shouldn't be too afraid of the unknown technique as they can all be figured out if I don't think TOO hard about it. They normally go bad when I start second guessing myself.
- What events/sites have you particularly enjoyed in the blogosphere in 2006?
- I am not much of a knitalong person, more of a finish and show along type, but I have to say I have enjoyed watching the Knitting Olympics, Sock Wars and Socktoberfest
- What would you like to make in 2007?
- Wow this question isn't a hard one, just a really long one. I have a full list of things I would like to make in 2007 that reflect a wide world of new techniques for me. Here are my current top picks for 2007: