Deborah Newton says she's going to "try to be more original and not repeat myself....That is harder than you think, when you've been designing for as many years as I have!"
Anne and Denise, members of the Langworthy Library Knitting Association, offered the following resolutions:
Denise: I think I will resolve to work on only one project at a time...not to begin another until I've completed the one I'm working on. I'm a great starter, but a poor finisher!!! AND...to learn a new technique--like knitting in the continental style.
Anne: I'm resolving not to buy yarn I'm not ready to use. [She told me this shortly after having purchased some new yarn at Country Corner Yarns.]
This evening I sashayed over to Country Corners in Charlestown, Rhode Island (countrycorneryarns.com/), for a noteworthy knitting event (and Anne and Denise were there, among the assembled), and I managed within a few minutes of my arrival to grill everyone on their new year's knitting resolutions:
(Note, please, the deep concentration as everyone listens to Kate Jacobs.)