3 summer tanks
16 pairs socks
1 pair gloves
Reading my own review on 2005, I did do what I wanted to do ... knitting more socks, though I never got to start Tubey. I gave a little twist on Peppermint Twist and turned it into the Leftovers Tank. See, this is one good thing about not having a long list of resolutions ... you can really get to realize those few that you have ... at least some of them! ;)
One thing I am most proud of myself is finishing the Sampler Stole, which gave me a taste of more complicated lace patterns. Though I suffered some setback in attempting the Unst Lace Stole, I do believe I'll be able to do that later.
Another thing worth mentioning is that I now have a much better idea in choosing a size that fits myself ... not just in knitting, but also in shopping for clothes. I have always thought myself to be a size L. After coming to the States, I found myself to be a size M most of the time ... and sometimes even a size S. Now I know that with summer tank, a finished measurement of 34" would fit me ... negative ease! And that a 36" sweater would give me a good roomy fit. It's just funny what it took me to really know about these details of myself.
Of course, there are some unfinished business. I didn't work really hard on my afghan projects ... nor the sweater for Husband. Also waiting to be finished are these two:
To wrap up this 2006 review, I present you my 2006 Sock Wheel:
Wish you all a Wonderful and Healthy 2007 to come. Champagne ready?