2016/17 Year of Projects Recap

The 2016/17 Year of Projects is over.

Looking forward to the 2017/18 year, I’m compiling my list now!

Here is how I did for 2016/17:

  • Knit Hats: Although I didn’t knit the two I specified in the original list, I did pretty good!
  • Hats and Scarves for Charity: I did darn good on this one!  Both knit and crochet (I also went through my FO from previous years and donated items):
  • Lil Shepherd for Miss ME: did not do.  Used the the yarn to make this for myself instead (Tin Can Knits Oat Scarf):

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  • Knitted Socks: Nope.  Bought a Craftsy class and yarn but never did anything (this will be on the upcoming list)
  • A blanket for my husband: Work in progress.imageI am also making my Charlotte Afghan for him too:
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  • Poncho: I never finished my Hull Poncho (Half done) and this past week I started One Dog Woofs Catalunya Color Block Poncho.  So, I started two, finished zero in time for this list.

My two main goals this year were to improve my knitting and learn to sew!

Here are some projects I completed:

I look forward to making my 2017/18 list and learning new skills!

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9 thoughts on “2016/17 Year of Projects Recap

  1. Stefanie says:

    I like how you used the circles! I don’t think many WP users know about the gallery options. You did very well. It was so fun to see everything, new and old.

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  2. PJ says:

    I love how you set up your pictures. Looks like you had a great crafting year. I’m joining in for 2017/18 and look forward to seeing what you come up with next year!

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    • MrsMcD918 says:

      Thank you! In wordpress, when you are adding photos to your post, if you choose several at once you can choose the format (tiles, circles, etc). If I only choose one photo, I’m not sure how to make it a circle 😉

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  3. Becki says:

    I love your pictorial round-up! It really shows how productive you’ve been. So glad you’re going to participate in YOP again – I find your projects inspiring. I think a simple hat should be my next-level-of-knitting project. Yours are so nicely stitched. 🙂

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