Knit year in review 2020

While it didn’t really feel like it, my time with the knitting needles was just as productive as the sewing machine. I completed 36 projects this year, which is right on par with my average.

As usual, there were lots of socks!

There weren’t as many garments as I would like, but there were a couple..

Including the sheepiest cardigan ever. Let’s just say working on the girl’s cardigans was an absolutely delight after that nasty yarn

There were several great hats

And a few fun little whimsies!

I’m not sure what 2021 will bring to the needles, but whatever it is, you can bet it will be warm and wooly!

9 thoughts on “Knit year in review 2020

  1. Before the year ends Val, i am trying to thank all of my blog writing pals for continually putting out fresh knitting ideas and ponderings for the rest of us. Your patterns are amazing. I love your quilting efforts too. We really open ourselves up to strangers when we blog. But those of us who have come to know one another by this means, are richly rewarded with a kind of friendship that is unique. Thank you for all your beautiful posts. Gardens, and cats, and knits and all that!


  2. My goodness, you were just as productive with the needles as the sewing machine Val. I love them all! I’ll look forward to seeing what you make in 2021. I’m going to try very hard to keep better track of my finishes too. I always start out well and then stop writing them down about March! 🙂


  3. Araignee

    That’s quite a haul on top of all those quilts! I finished 12 pairs of socks last year and I am pretty sure that’s why I have no sock mojo at the moment. Your whimseys always tickle me. I would never have the patience for them but they are so much fun.


  4. Have said it before, and will say it again; you are a machine!
    Hope the itchy, stinky sweater’s owner enjoys it; it’s probably warm as heck.
    And a funny thing, I was just digging through my book collection, and came across a bag tucked in a corner, with cat socks and cat gloves! WHA? How did that happen?


  5. Shirley Elliott

    What an awesome amount of beauty you have created this year! I could not even pick out a favorite item/category. They are all just wonderful. Looking forward to seeing your projects in 2021.


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