Six for 2006
on a bank where they have no account.
I'm out of town visiting lovely (but blogless) friends for New Year's, and really just to visit, so I cleverly split up my reflections and resolutions into two posts. Now you'll have something new and exciting to enjoy on this new and exciting day. And once you read this post, go check out the Mummers. It wouldn't be New Year's Day without them.
Six (Knitting) Resolutions for 2006:
- Update The Early Works: Some of my best friends were the grateful recipients of the lumpy bumpy first things I've made, and could really use some nice new hat-scarf-mittens sets.
- Successful fairisle on dpns: Socks, mittens, whatever it takes to manage the floats around the corners.
- The Crossed in Translation KAL: I want to keep up with this as the knit-a-along is knit. I'm sure struggling through the Japanese pattern will be easier that way, rather than trying to finish it up myself so many months later.
- TKGA Master Knitting Level 2. Anyone want a vest?
- Christmas stockings for the family: This is a resolution born of necessity - when I went to hang mine up this year, the hang-tie broke, and we realized they were all looking a little shabby.
- Transition to Southern California: learn to love knitting in cotton. Learn to love that shells and tanks don't have sleeves.