Sadly I didn't knit this, but oh how I wish I had!
I've never been much of a one for blog memes, but I've been sitting on this one - from the lovely Lucille at Useful and Beautiful - for nearly a year now and I've decided it's about time I gave it a go. Particularly as my current attempts to grab some downtime with the Mr aren't entirely compatible with writing long blog posts.
It began as seven questions about posts of yore, but I've lost a couple along the way. This is probably no bad thing as I fear my regurgitations may bore you. That said though, it's been fun, sifting through the knitso' archives for 2011, glass of vino in hand. And some of the posts I'm linking to are so ancient I doubt many of you will have seen them before ...
Which is your most popular post?
Can page views be supposed a measure of popularity?If so the most visited post is Pale and Interesting.It's also one of my favourites.
Which post's success surprised you most?Again, if measuring success by page views,A Preponderance of Knitted Underwear.
Which post didn't get the attention you feel it deserved?I suppose it's inevitable that Yan tan tethera remained largely unnoticed, it belongs to the early days, back when the entire knitsofacto readership could have partied in a phonebox!
Which post are you proudest of?Antony Gormley's Bottom. Sun, sea, sand and naked metal men, what's not to like ;) And I absolutely nailed those photographs, if I do say so myself!
What is your most beautiful post?
This is tough! I find myself most reluctant to suggest that any of my posts are beautiful,feels far too presumptuous.Beauty is of course entirely subjective, but I shall nominate Lavender.
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Please join in with the meme if you're so inclined, and maybe leave a link here if you do. And thank you, all you lovely people who visit here, you're the only reason any of my posts can be described as successful or popular.
The photograph above is of Atlanta Barlett's Pale & Interesting: Decorating with Whites, Pastels and Neutrals for a Warm and Welcoming Home.