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):


  • 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:
  • 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!


11 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.


  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!


    • 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 😉


  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. 🙂


  4. Sandra Licher says:

    I think you put the rest of us to shame! LOL! Look at all the wonderful things you created and learned! You are amazing and so glad you joined this group as you are truly inspiring!


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