I fear I'm a bit late to the party that is 2015 year-in-review. Surely resolutions are already forgotten, and maybe the gym is starting to empty out again. There's just so much to process (a whole year's worth, to be exact).
But lest you think that 2015 went by unnoticed, I plan to celebrate it here for what's left of January.
2015 was the year I became an aunt. (That's her blanket you see up there - it was born in 2014, though)
2015 was the year I started this blog.
2015 was the year I met so many of you on Instagram. (You're all amazing, by the way!)
2015 was the year I learned to spin.
2015 was the year I learned to weave.
2015 was the year I learned stranded colorwork.
2015 was the year I learned to knit continental. (Still working on purling...)
2015 was the year I finally took the plunge and started designing my own sweaters.
2015 was the year I finally got clear on what it is I want to do when I "grow up."
2015 was the year my husband's business really took off, giving us the opportunity to chase our dreams.
2015 was the year I learned how to organize my time so that I have more time and energy to do all this crafty goodness - whether it's knitting, weaving, or spinning, the more the better!
2015 certainly had its ups and downs, but overall it was filled with love, learning and making new friends. Here's to more of the same (and better!) in 2016!