A Year of Knitting

This image represents every single finished object for 2016.
2016 Knitting Year Review
By the numbers I finished 68 projects:

  • 25 adult sweaters: 15: 3/4-long sleeve, 9: short sleeve, 1 cape
  • 1 vest
  • 15 kids sweaters
  • 3 baby blankets
  • 1 doll
  • 2 neckties
  • 9 hats
  • 5 cowls
  • 2 mitts/fingerless gloves
  • 2 pairs of socks
  • 3 dog sweaters

I cannot believe how much I knit this year. Absolutely cannot believe it and yet I still feel like I didn’t get to do as much as I wanted to this year. I know, I’m crazy. And of course with the high volume of knitting I was able to accomplish I’m always asked how?! I typically knit at least 1 to 2 hours a day. If I commute with my husband I’m guaranteed an hour in the car and then an hour or more in the evening before bed. And there are some weekends where I knit and veg out. I’m also a fairly quick knitter and I like worsted weight projects the most, so they’re also faster. No real secret, just picking the right projects for me.

I’ve gathered up all my monthly posts if you want to take a look at everything I knit this year. Again, I’ve even surprised myself. And now I’m excited to see what I can accomplish for 2017!
January 2016
January FO's
February 2016
February FO's
March 2016
March
April 2016
April 2016 FO Roundup
May 2016
May round up
June 2016
June knitting
July 2016
July FO
August 2016
August FO's
September 2016
September FO's
October 2016
October FO
November 2016
November FO
December 2016
December's FO's

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17 thoughts on “A Year of Knitting

      • Wow! Very prolific! Impressive! I am new to your blog but I love it already! I just started my first Colorwork project, a hat and I am really enjoying it. I will be watching to see what you try!

  1. Obviously, you are already skilled in “colorwork!” I know you probably mean Fair Isle. Right? Anyway, I love your style, and you are the epitome of the saying “a small amount of effort consistently applied can accomplish great things.” If only I could learn that lesson as well.

    • Stranded colorwork, fair isle. I don’t think of stripes as colorwork since that’s just pretty basic. But I think when I stopped putting deadlines on myself and truly knit for the joy of it I ended up making a ton of stuff. Who knows, I might only knit 2 things this year….nah!

  2. Da-yamn girl. This is phenomenal! I love that little cutie with the little bun buns. And it is always fun to see your two babies cozied up in some fun gear.

  3. Simply fabulous!!! And your Mom is the cutest ever in her Christmas lights and handknit sweater! 🙂

  4. Yes. You are crazy. But your knitting is awesome and I find your work inspiring. Knitting is something that I do “on the side” and always would like to do more of so I look forward to following your blog. Happy New Year!

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