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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Year's

Today we all say "Goodbye" to 2009 and look forward to 2010! 2009 has been a good year for our family and I hope it treated you well also.

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I finished up my French Press Felted Slippers and I'm wearing them right now! Aren't they cute? I just used some plain ivory, pearly buttons on these, but I'm thinking I might make another pair or three - maybe black with big, honkin' rhinestone buttons?

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I only wrote one pattern this year (Flamenco) and while I did stay pretty busy with our move and my parent's move (which for me, really only involved a few extra animals around here for a bit), I definitely want to get more done next year. I've already got three patterns in various stages of development and I've got some ideas for a fourth pattern. I'm also playing with some other ideas for patterns. I'm looking forward to the Olympics in February (both for the actual Olympics, which I've watched since I was a small Pink Lemon and for the Ravelympics - knitting plans will be revealed later). I'd also like to do some more crochet next year.

I hope you have a fun and safe New Year's Eve tonight! We've decided to let Caleb stay up since he's 9 now (but he has to have naps today and tomorrow), so that should be fun. May 2010 be a fabulous year for you and your family!

3 Comments:

Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Happy New Year to you, too. I love those slippers and am tempted to do them, but I'm "allergic" to felting ... can't stand the thought of deliberately shrinking wool!

11:43 AM  
OpenID myboringblog said...

Your slippers are the first I've seen that make me even think that I might want to make that pattern. But alas. I have a front loading machine and I'm too cheap to go to a laundromat. :-) Happy 2010 and have fun staying up late with Caleb!

11:28 PM  
Blogger Turtle said...

arent they great! i made a pair and my MIL saw them... so i had to wrap them up for her under the tree cause she loved them! making another pair for myself now.

9:49 PM  

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