Borrowing an idea from Vicki to wind down these last days of December, here is my Blog Year in Review!
January opened the door for a Year of Gratitude.
February 1st started the Bang out a Stopover phenomenon – 35 hours later, a sweater was born.
March started with a fun 10 on Tuesday!
April was all springtime and flowers. Boy, does that look good this morning!
Started with a what am I doing right now post and the iced coffee is a pleasant reminder of warmer days!
June began with a mystery – Kirsten Kapur’s Mystery Knit Along that is!
July kicked off the Tour de Fleece and I had a plan. Bonus because some of this frenzied spinning is bringing peaceful knitting!
I think the best thing all year happened in August! We went to see Hillary when she came to Pittsburgh to campaign.
September started off with a bit of sweater surgery to make a no longer fitting sweater fit.
October started with the end of our vacation in Michigan, which provided a good number of photos for the remainder of the month!
November ushered my second successful participation in NaBloPoMo2016 and my 30 days of posting began with an almost completed Sigla!
Think Write Thursday’s was born in 2016 and the December first TWT post was a welcome letter to the month.
Happy Tuesday everyone!
Lovely review!! And I agree… those springtime flowers look amazing!! Here’s to a terrific 2017!
What a treat to see all that lovely fiber, knitting, and flowers in review! Hope you’re staying warm with your Stopover and Sigla. Ahh, Hillary, if only …
A great recap of your year – lots of fiber pursuits, too!
Lovely pictures. Makes the year seem much more cheerful than the past six weeks make me think it was.
What a great recap – and a much-needed reminder that not everything about this year has been terrible…
What a lovely post, Kat! There is much to be happy about — even in a topsy-turvy year. Here’s to good things in the new year. XO
What a lovely year you have had. So happy to have met you and looking forward to the new year ahead.
A great look back! I did not like this year much either…but truly there was a lot of good! xo
Super “peaceful” post and a grand idea…love the photos. I will have to “borrow” this idea for moi. Thx Bonny and Kat!