Thank You ~ 2015

jenjoycedesign©Altitude Mitts Lace (square)

Altitude Mitts “Lace”

jenjoycedesign©Altitude Ridges Mitts (square)

Altitude Mitts “Ridges”

jenjoycedesign©Altitude Twists Mitts !

Altitude Mitts “Twists”

jenjoycedesign©Altitude Lace

Altitude Cowl “Lace”

jenjoycedesign©Ridges Cowl

Altitude Cowl “Ridges”

jenjoycedesign©Altitude Cowl

Altitude Cowl “Twists”

Tartan & Tweed Tam

Tartan & Tweed Tam

Tartan & Tweed Mitts

Tartan & Tweed Mitts

jenjoycedesign©Snowmelt Mitts 3

Snowmelt Mitts

jenjoycedesign©Snowmelt Tam 4

Snowmelt Tam & Toque

jenjoycedesign©Calidez

Calidez

Una Cosettina Mitts

Una Cosettina Mitts

2015 has been by far the busiest year for me in the three years I’ve been designing and redesigning, while learning to write a better pattern in my opinion. I rather impressed myself at how much I can accomplish when I pace myself  24/7, and I’ve laid it all out to see just what I have done this year. However, I must say that I have decided to abort mission with my recent attempt to design a steeked cardigan for Snowmelt, as hinted to in my last post, for my thumb is acting up and feeling rather sore. A soreness left over from my musical gigging days perhaps, but all this knitting huge amounts of fine yarn has certainly not helped. I refuse to admit I have the ‘a’ word, but its worrying me a lot. I’m drinking ginger tea like crazy, determined to manage my sore thumb. Then of course, with the new year comes a clean slate for new designs, which is encouraging. I am looking forward immensely to this coming year in good health and just want to say….

Happy New Year to everyone!

16 thoughts on “Thank You ~ 2015

    • Chooks…. Happy 2016, and I am really excited to see your business growing, ours will hopefully grow up together, like two little kids in the play yard. 🙂 xx

    • Stefanie, you’ve been a great support, and I wish you the best of New Years yet! My arthritic thumb is getting such a dose of ginger it will cure all! 🙂

    • Lizzi, how about drinking fresh ginger tea with me? I just get a pot on the stove, grate or mince fresh ginger into it (peeled or not) and let it steep, heat as needed, pour through strainer into fancy bone-china mug! 🙂

        • Happy Birthday Lizzi!!!! Ginger wine! Yeah!
          Wanted to say that it is fresh ginger stewed in a pot, rather than packaged dried ginger (flavored) tea. It is so ‘hot’ that it warms me up, also great for that cold empty feeling in one’s tummy. Creates quite a lot of warmth!

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