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Happy New Year

2006? I'll take it . . . it's got to be better than 2005 was.

Meanwhile, I'm placing here for posterity my lofty knitting goal for 2006: completing one pair of knitted socks per month during 2006 (with yarn from my favorite local yarn store). That's it. No other noble goals like reducing or using stash yarns -- I simply hope to enhance and increase the size of the stash throughout the entire year.

One of my favorite sock-knitting bloggers is Polly; I love reading her UK-based blog and enjoy the random wildlife photos and her travel knitting. Polly has two wonderful published projects - the Kiri Shawl and the French Market Bag.

May this be a HAPPY and prosperous new beginning for all my friends and loved ones!

Comments

That's a good goal! Mine is to become more experienced in knitting and venture beyond dishcloths! :) Thanks for inspiring me!

Happy New Year!
Good goals :)

You make me smile! Happy New Year Janet!! ((((hugs)))) Love you!

Those socks look toasty enough to wear in Nebraska! HNY! :)

And a very prosperous new beginning and rest of the year to you. That's a lot of socks! The year of the sock?