sticks, beads and strings
make wonderful, beautiful things

~planning for 2006

I’m deleting this as a page, so I am making a post of it to save it for posterity.

Bold indicates finished items

*Dulaan gets wool leftovers (Nov 2005-Mar)
*Afghans for Afghans gets leftovers (April-Sept)
*maintain 2 out/1 in stash management until I have 100 balls or less
*keep a small(accessory-ish), medium(sweater-ish), large(blanket-ish), hsy, others and self going (ball for each category in basket)

*girl layette-blanket, hat, sweater, pants
*Things for family members-continue rotation, youngest to oldest

    DD#5-3 hats, blanket/ sweater/hat/pants, dress and hat, socks
    DD#4-opal dress, sweater, mittens, socks
    DS#3-mittens, socks, hat, sweater
    DS#2-mittens, socks, hat, sweater
    DS#1-mittens, socks, hat, sweater
    DD#3-sweater, socks, crusher hat, poncho, gauntlets
    DD#2-sweater-cardigan in serenade and pima silk, socks, crusher hat, toboggan, gauntlets
    DD#1-sweater, socks, crusher hat
    DH-socks and ??, sweater Encore Color 7009
    Me-finish in progress sweaters (lace and dune), socks, socks, socks, socks, pink shawl

*White Christmas things (I�ll do this as I work through the family rotation) crusher hats, lap robes, felted slippers

    DD#4 crusher hat in TLC Cara Mia
    DD#3 flat knot scarf in TLC Cara Mia
    DD#2 flat knot scarf in burgundy bamboo and woolease

*Squares blanket for DD#1

    (need 800 yards x 4 solids and 2400 yards variegated)

*Wild Cherry tee in Cherry Tree Hill (best friend jacket?)
*2 sets for Santa Train
*2 gift shawls-Linda and Sue
*sweater for SIL
*crusher hats for family ladies Christmas presents

*learn cables
*learn mittens
*all that felted stuff I’ve been meaning to do-mitts, fuzzy feet, buttonhole bag, baby shoes, etc
*poncho thing for me, tightknit at top and yoke, looser going down
*any carryovers from 2005

    sweater for Dune collar
    sweater concept
    my lace sweater

*blanket from 99 knit stitches book
*scrap throw from non-wool leftovers

*puzzle for dh

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