Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Finished 2006

So, while I might not have a photo for all of these, here's a list of my finished projects for 2006. This is mostly so I have a record for later, since I'm planning on taking all the 2006 progress bars off the sidebar in favor of the new and improved 2007 progress bars (fine, you caught me, the look identical)! In chronological order, I present to you

The PassionKNIT undertakings of 2006
  • Embossed Leaves Socks out of green Artyarns Ultramerino 4

  • 2 Petal Bibs for office babies from One Skein by Leigh Radford out of Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere AMZ

  • Morehouse Merino's birdhouse Beret out of a mossy green Morehouse Merino yarn

  • O-Gloves that were published in Not Your Mama's Knitting by Heather Dixon out of a Jager mercerized cotton and some really awesome silver yarn AMZ

  • Ballet Tee from Loop-D-Loop by Teva Durham out of a lavender Cotton Fleece AMZ

  • Lorna's Laces Jaywalkers in Mountain Colors Colorway

  • Zoe's Wedding Present - which were four Moss Grid Hand Towels from Mason Dixon Knitting knit with Euroflax linen AMZ

  • Mobius Capelet from Spring 06 Vogue Knitting out of a light pink alpaca/silk blend

  • Roundabout Leaf tank out of Berroco Denim Silk in Absynth colorway from Norah Gaughan in Knitting Nature AMZ

  • River Rapid Socks inspired by Schrodinger Knits in Cherry Tree Hill African Grey

  • Baby Bobbi Bear (now named Molly) for my friends John and Jennifer's newborn daughter Zoe out of Blue Sky Alpaca Cotton

I feel like there should have been more than that at the beginning. The first thing that's listed there was completed at the end of March, or maybe even early April. I was flying to Seattle then, so it was probably April. If anyone has any idea what I completed earlier than that, please let me know so I can add it to the list. I'll probably go through my archives later when I have some more time to add the things I forgot.

4 comments:

AJ said...

Wow! I haven't compiled a list, but I doubt I got that much done! You did great for a years worth of knitting!

PassionKNITly said...

Really? It doesn't seem like a lot to me.

schrodinger said...

I think that's plenty of knitting for a year.

MUDNYC said...

I can't remember anything else you were working on, but my mind is pretty much a blur. I just wanted to say that I'm catching up on blog reading and I love the cute penis warmer you made for your bro!