Saturday, 31 December 2011

GOD BLESS SHEEP and furry creatures!!


Thank you dear sheep and all woolly creatures that live upon this Earth. How amazing is it that we can use your delicious fibres without causing you any harm or distress. We can shear, dye, spin and knit to our heart's content knowing that you are safe. We can pass on to others and share your yarny loveliness in all it's many diverse ways. How special are you! Thanks for you woolly support, in enabling old Snoops to complete all of the lovely projects you can see here, during this last year.

In early January I finally managed to complete the gorgeous Aran coat for the younger Miss Snoops. She wears it frequently and it looks fabulous. As I cast my eye over the year's industrousness, I notice that many items were for little Sophie. They are always a delight to knit, being small and quick to gratify. More importantly they are for an amazing, totally special little person.

My spinning adventure began this year, although I have not made the expected or desired progress, due to time restrictions. However, the wheel is there and the fibre waits patiently!


This was my first completely independently spun skein which I then dyed. It may have many imperfections, but I love it!


As for 2012, well I just ask for a happy, healthy, contented and woolly year for myself and my family and friends.

    WISHING YOU ALL 
A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR !

I'm looking forward to much more bloggy fun and friendship in 2012.

12 comments:

bellaboo said...

Yay for the sheep!
Happy knitting in 2012! Wishing you all a year filled with happiness,fun and laughter. :0)

josiekitten said...

Happy New Year to you! Hope to be able to accompany you on your spinning and other woolly adventures in 2012! xxx

Kathy said...

Wow! What a productive year! I really don't know how you manage to fit it all in!
Here's to a wonderful 2012 for the whole Snoops household!
Love Kathy xxx

kate said...

You are amazingly productive, Ros, and I love the joy you share in your knitting.

All the best in 2012!

Jo said...

You've knit some wonderful items in 2011. All the very best for 2012.

ę£®morikomidori said...

and God Bless You and your magical knits and gorgeous blog and adorable Oscar :)

wishing you a lovely, joyful, peaceful, creative 2012 xxx

sumea

Maggie and Mitch said...

You surely do stay superbusy! Love the color of your hand dyed skein!
Happy New Year, Roz and Oscar! We hope you have a happy and healthy 2012!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Stadtwaldvogel said...

Hi Ros, nice to see your projects of the last year. I love your lace scarfs and the cute little things you knit for Sophie. Wishing you much time for spinning and knitting this year. Yours, Julia

Jenny said...

Such beautiful projects, I am inspired. Have a very Happy New Year keeping those sheep in business.

Aksharaa said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR from all of us here to you and Yours...
We are glad you are our friends and we wish the 'BESTEST' for you this new year...
Wags, Ginger, Buddy, Shadow n Geetu

Lynne said...

What beautiful projects (and photos!). Good luck with your 2012 knitting. :)

melissa said...

yay for sheep!! and yay for you for making such amazing handlknits!!
can't wait to see what 2012 brings for you!!
happy new year!!