Well, that was the yarn and patterns for 12 pair of socks in my own, personal, Pretty Knitty Sock Club, as per the yarn Harlot's instructions! After I had organized each yarn with a pattern, I sealed them in envelopes and put them in a big box. Each month, I would fish out an envelope and "surprise" myself with a new sock project! Then, I went back to that original picture, and noted the "finish date" for each of the sock pairs. . .
. . .and I published that here, along with photos of each of the different socks!
They are not in Chronological order, but here is the order they are in (left to right, and top to bottom), with links to each of my project pages (in case you have missed the reviews throughout the year, or you might like details on any specific pair):
- In the Mood for Monk in May. . .Not
- April Catnip
- Snowflakes in June
- November is a long way off (January)
- December Sa-weet Socks
- August Wickerware
- African Cables for July
- November Marriage Lines
- September Squall Socks
- March through February
- February in January
- October DragonFly Away
Whew! That's a lotta socks! There were even more than that, but these were the sock club, and I feel pretty accomplished that I was able to finish all of them (plus a few other things) last year. . .yay! How was your year? I hope that 2010 was good for you, and I hope that this year will be even better!
Leave me a comment on today's post, telling me a goal you have set for yourslf in 2011. Everyone who leaves a comment before Saturday, Jan 22nd, will be enterred into a drawing for a surprise counter from the shop! Get a second entry by "Liking" Pretty Knitty Jewelry on Facebook, and leaving me a comment here, letting me know that you like me. . .I love to be liked!!!
If you are one of my non-knitting readers (I know there are a couple of you), mention that in your comment, and I will exchange that surprise counter for a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry! It will probably be a pin to dress up your pretty knitty-reading self!
Best of luck to you, readers! Thanks for stopping in, and Knit in Good Health!