First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!!
I'll save my vacation story for next post, let's talk about the new year for now, shall we?
My year started off with an idiot splashing wine at me, then drunk guy at a bar. It wasn't too bad, but not exactly a great start I'd hoped for either. However when I got back to London on the first day of the year, I found a parcel waiting for me at home.
These amazing yarns are from a dear friend, Van. I can't imagine a better way to start the year, can you?
Then on the second day of the year, I stopped by at Liberty at found this at almost half price off.
I've been wanting to try all these yarns FOR EVER.
I have a feeling it'll be a good knitting year, don't you think?
I have(had) a habit of writing a new year resolution. Last year I had about 50 in my list, with about 1 or 2 that I kept up the whole year but couldn't remember. This year I haven't had the chance to write one yet, but I thought I'd share my knitting resolution here with everyone with the hope that it'll give me the push to keep them up.
So here goes:
1. Do at least one colourwork project.
2. Get rid of stash yarn that I don't even like.
3. Stop buying yarn I'll never use just because it's on sale.
4. Blog about ALL my projects.
5. Deal with UFOs.
6. Actually wear my FOs.
7. Attend a knitting meetup.
8. Do more designing/thinking in my knitting.
Phew! That's all I could think of, for now at least. I'm quite sure I've said those same things before, but let's hope it's actually happening this time! You all are welcome to laugh at me when I crash and burn.
Well, at least if I do I'll still have all my beautiful yarns.