February: Well, bound off at least (and without screwing up any more stitch counts) ... still need to weave in ends and block but I need to decide how I want to do the latter.
March: New colours, new shapes, new needle size/yarn mix, new stitch combinations/maneuvers.
April: Yesterday: Was +19C and felt warmer.
May: Drinking coffee and checking out the new pattern listings on Rav (because, just like every other crafter on the planet, she's a masochist who suffers from the delusion that she'll somehow figure out a way to make all the things).
June: This wasn't you, was it? ;-)
August: Hanna Maciejewska and Malabrigo!
September: By pure coincidence, two unrelated recent blog posts by two different people (one in Scotland, one in Canada) just happen to fit together perfectly to demonstrate how the hair off a four-legged critter turns into something pretty and warm for humans to wear.
October: A fun visit to the hairdresser (carrying treats from one of the Polish groceries ... never hurts to give chocolate to people who use very sharp blades around one's head); with today's cut my hair is all natural colour again except for a last bit of faded red dyed ends to the right of my nape ... obviously my hair grows a little slower in that spot (interesting that that's also the only place my hair ever tangles).
November: Episode Two of the BBC dramatization of his "Guards! Guards!" is now available for listening!
December: Got my copy of Sequence Knitting today** ... a monster, just-shy-of-400-pages textbook on a scientific approach to creating fabric.