Best wishes, from Grand Manan.
And, by request — socks in the window:
Those are, in fact, new socks (old feet). There’ve been a few end-of-year Finished Objects here at KnitBot central, and they are duly posted up on in the KnitBot Yarn Gallery.
And, for fun — here is the year in review (all objects finished in 2009 — some were certainly started earlier).
|Knitbot’s 2009 FOs|
In that, you can see that there were 7 travel projects (i.e., projects that could be worked on while in transit and/or in meetings). That’s not too surprising, given the type of year it was… It’s a little surprising to me that I managed to finish 4 non-travel projects in the year — the sweaters/top. Three of them were pretty easy knits — the diamond modular top, the diagonal (Petra) sweater, and the black jacket. The Triple L Tweed sweater was the really big project for the year — in December 2008, I was swatching with the yarn to get some ideas. The rest of the year was about working out a plan for the whole sweater, and then constructing the various bits of it. I might go as far as to say I think it’s my most successful sweater design yet (not that there have been many…).
And, it’s a new year. Not that I’m formulating any formal resolutions here, but let’s just say it would be good to see as many projects, fewer of them travel projects, this time next year.