The knitting year started with a bunny pattern from Itty Bitty Toys by Susan B. Anderson and a striped cardigan by Sublime. Little Man and his Momma named this bunny Coco O'Hare. The first time I heard LM "Coco O'Hare," my heart just melted (as it does multiple times when I am in his presence).
One of my favorite projects of the year is this simple shawl made of Noro yarn. I can't recall why the next photo is so blurry.
I LOVE this shawl I tell you. It's pattern is Sursa and is in a Noro book.
My first (and only) pair of socks.
My second bunny... she went to live with a very precious young lady, who we came to know through her mom's and Nanny's blogging.
This is sitting in my hope chest... until the 18th, when we will find out whether we can use this for our upcoming arrival..... or not. I saw it on another blog and just could not resist ordering the kit and making it. It is called the Clara.
This little elfin hat carries memories of a long, long trip to help a friend bring his mother close for him to help in her care... good and sad memories...
I enjoy this afghan every day. Every day.
Another blurry photo. I remember why this one is this way. I couldn't figure out how to change my delay from 2 seconds to a more manageable 10 that day! LOL! I apologize for the blur... I am just making myself a record of 2010 knitting. Please forgive. I made this prayer shawl for Barbara, one of my oldest and dearest friends.
This shawl is named Haruni, which means grandmother. It lives with another friend named Dee.
This little lacey tank went to our little blogging friend.
This Lily cardigan was made with lots and lots of love for my daughter.
Another shawl, for the prayer shawl ministry at our church.
A little Sublime vest for a new baby boy, "Cousin" to Little Man.
Sublime pattern, knitted in Cupcake, for another sweet "cousin".
Easy Peasy pattern for myself in a Rowan Felted Tweed.
A Sindar waistcoat in Inca by Katia.
A shawl I made for Mom's Christmas out of Rowan's Big Wool.
And last of all, an elfin stocking cap for Santa's little helper! That wraps up the review of Knitting 2010. I am missing photos of a scarf I made for my dear friend, Kathy. It was rushed down to the wire for gifting and I missed getting any pictures. Thank you for indulging my desire to make record of all the year's projects. I have the first project for 2011 off the needles! We are off to a good start!
Hope you are all warm and well fed. We are blessed.