Let's run down my FO's shall we?
4 shawls, two Stephen West designs, love his funky design sense.
5 Hedgies, including one Extra Special Hedgie for the Ravellenic Games. The political ridiculousness in Sochi dampened the usual Olympic joy. So I knitted a Rainbow Hedgie for Educational purposes. Hedgie turned out super cute and educational. You can see the short row sections in the back quite nicely.
7 dishcloths knitted on handmade wooden straights for an online buddy. Her Grandfather made the needles and she gifted them to me. I realized that I tend to drop, more like throw, my needle when I'm done with a row. This is not a big deal when using circs but it is annoying when using straights.
4 bricks for the Secular Coalition of America.
1 lap blanket using the massive Palette stash.
1 pair of super complicated kilt hose for the husband. I'd not knitted socks in two years. This was my most challenging pair of socks to date. One month and a day of knitting.
1 Weasley sweater for the son, it turned out huge, but he continues to grow so no worries.
I am so close to being done with a Hermione Cardigan for daughter, but it is not getting done in 2014.
That brings us to a grand total of 30 finished projects in 2014. Hooray for me! Looking back I'm focusing on more complex knitting. The kilt hose were ridiculous but I got them finished. The Hermione Cardigan I'm currently working on had a crazy stranded yoke.
I continue to knit for me by my rules. Knitting brings me comfort and a creative outlet.
Dare I even think about cold sheeping? I have a great little stash. I'm thinking it is time to knit down the stash a bit.
I plan to continue to challenge my skill set and try new techniques.
Knitting will continue to be something for me.