Last December we asked our staff if they had any resolutions for 2013 – let’s check in and see how they’ve done.
My fiber resolution for 2013 is to knit at least one item for myself. – Jamie – Jamie made it out of 2013 with a hat for himself. Way to go Jamie!
I resolve to use up my stash! – Linda – Linda made a dent but says she has a long way to go.
I’m determined to learn how to use Photoshop Elements to develop fabulous weaving drafts! – Barbara – Barbara did take a class on using Photoshop and is well on her way to implementing her new skills.
I resolve to spend a little time every day doing fiber art, I’d like to make art a daily, restorative habit. – Kirsten – Kirsten started strong but lagged a bit towards the end of the year.
My resolution is to get better at spinning on my wheel this year. – Jackie – Jackie didn’t spend anytime with her wheel but did dive into weaving and crochet this past year.
I now have a basket Full of handspun that I NEED to use up in 2013! – Sara – Sara did not use up her handspun stash, she spun more and now it’s twice the size it was. (but really, who’s complaining about MORE yarn?!)
Self publish a sweater design! – Emma – Emma didn’t manage to self-publish a sweater pattern this year but she has been quite busy!
I plan to spin down A LOT of my fiber stash. It’s out of control! – Mary – While Mary did spin quite a bit she added even more fiber, it’s still out of control!
I resolve to knit from MY stash and use MY patterns. – Lise – Lise did a great job of working through a large portion of her stash this year.
This year I’m going to be a slightly selfish knitter and make sure I have a nice hand made hat and cowl. - Grace – While Grace didn’t make the hat and cowl she envisioned she did end up with a lovely shawl.
I want to use up many of my coned yarns to make room for new yarns. – Debbie – Debbie did quite a bit of weaving this year, there’s definitely room for new yarns!
I will encourage Tina to have quicker project turn-around times. – Bryan – Sadly, since Tina has moved on we’ll never know how well Bryan would have done!
Kyle, Tina, Kristin, Karen, Kendra and Heather have all moved on from the WEBS family this year, we miss them and wish them all the best in their new endeavors!
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