We had a great vacation in December, and coming back to rain was tough! Missing this:
But we brought a little aloha home with us.
It seems like looking back on 2015 is the thing to do this week, so here’s mine.
I published 12 designs in 2015 (up from 9 in 2014). I began the year playing with a fun stitch pattern, and designed 4 accessories with them: The Criss Cross hat, beret, mitts, and cowl. It was also the year of the poncho, and I had two, Tilt Shift and Summertime Blues. Snowy Woods came back as a hat, and there’s more Snowy Woods in my future. I ended the year going down the gradient rabbit hole with Lobelia (Knit Circus yarns) and the Twin Leaf Crescent for Black Trillium Fibres.
There’s more in the pipeline, and lots of ideas rolling around in my head!
Are you on Instagram? You can find me there under the name pdxknitterati. There’s a cool end of year thing going on over there, #2015bestnine where you can see your nine most liked pictures. And everyone else’s, too. Here are mine:
All knitting related except for a lone camellia, seen on a walk. The Rose City Yarn Crawl is represented twice, and my lovely Edin Cardigan (design by Bonne Marie Burns) is also there twice.
I hope your 2015 was good to you, and that 2016 is even sweeter! Cheers!
One could argue that the one with the cat is only marginally knitting related. It looks more like a picture of your cat, who happens to be sitting near some knitting. You know, if you wanted to pretend there was more to life than yarn.
There’s no use in pretending; I’m obsessed! And she really was interrupting my knitting; she was on top of the chart. Happy new year!