05 January 2010

Color My World

The Good Ol' DaysSometimes I get a little bored with white. So I need some spice.

I made nearly 70 snowflakes from about mid-September to the end of December. That includes about 50 I designed, and 20 of those 50 I've written patterns for now.

I still love snowflakes, but by Christmas Day, I was yearning for color. A few skeins of Furrari took care of A Furrari for Christmas!that very nicely. I finished a sweater back on Christmas Day, and the front was about halfway done by New Year's Eve.

Then I received a package in the mail yesterday. Oooooh la la!!! My first Noro EVER! I'm going to have SO much fun with this stuff!

I'm not done with white, though. Another gem I picked up in December was when my very dear friend Shonna asked if I'd like to help her destash. She had a bunch of thread her grandmother left her, and she doesn't do thread crochet. She knows I do. I'm going to have some fun with this stuff, too!
Design Idea Heaven
While counting up snowflakes, I thought I'd compile a list of all the stuff I did in 2009. Now don't go getting bored or intimidated. I get to work on crafts during my workday commute on public transportation. And I'm really trigger happy with the camera.

Here are the rest of my 2009 stats:

• 22 scarves.Thread Heaven
• 3 hats.
• 18 micro bears (an inch and a half or smaller).
• 10 4-inch bears.
• One 8-inch bear.
• One 10-inch bear.
• One 6-inch hedgehog.
• One and a half 12-inch dragons.
• One 6-inch lamb.
• One 6-inch squirrel.
• One 8-inch lizard.
• One 3-inch dragonfly.The Zoo
• 30 baby harp seals, 2 inches to 4 inches.
• 6 bunnies, 2 inches to 2 feet.
• 6 mice, 2 to six inches.
• One handkerchief hemline skirt and one quilted shoulder bag.
• Zero quilts. (Yikes!)
• Nearly 500 greeting cards designed!!!
• 18,466 photographs.

What did you make in 2009? What are you going to make in 2010? Please post links to pictures, if you have them. We'd love to see your creations!

1 comment :

  1. You are prolific. Keep up the good work. My wife is part of a knitting group at our church. They call themselves "The Yarnsters".

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