Pattern a Week

Inspired by Jonathan Coulton, encouraged by my Fabulous Husband, I challenged myself to produce one new pattern every Saturday in 2010. Here are the results.

Week One: Chrysopoeia (Reversible Cabled Scarf)
Week Two: Token (Beaded Trinket Bag)
Week Three: Firstfall (Convertible Mitts)
Week Four: Lady Susan (Mitts)
Week Five: Wrist Rattle (Baby Toy)
Week Six: Basic Baby Mitts
Week Seven: Avant-Ski (Baby Socks)
Week Eight: Bouncy Dress (Baby Dress)
Week Nine: Googie (Dishcloth)
Week Ten: Wishbone (Hat)
Week Eleven: Zee (Baby Hat)
Week Twelve: Placeholder (Bracelet/Bookmark)
Week Thirteen: Security Mitts
Week Fourteen: Tulip Bracelet
Week Fifteen: Bottle Rocket (Baby Rattle)
Week Sixteen: Nipper (Baby Vest)
Week Seventeen: Unstrung (Fingerless Mitts)
Week Eighteen: Felted Cupholder
Week Nineteen: Soraya (Baby Slippers)
Week Twenty: Hestia (House Slippers)
Week Twenty-One: My Eye! (Patch)
Week Twenty-Two: Baby Wallace (Mittens)
Week Twenty-Three: Floating Triangles (Dishcloth)
Week Twenty-Four: Bean Cow (Beanbag Toy)
Week Twenty-Five: Hatchling (Puppet)
Week Twenty-Six: Spring to Autumn (Potholder)
Week Twenty-Seven: Basic Toddler Shoes
Week Twenty-Eight: Stacked Pears (Baby Socks)
Week Twenty-Nine: Slippery Fish (Fingerless Gloves)
Week Thirty: Mackinac (Lace Shawl)
Week Thirty-One: Little Turkey (Toddler Cardigan)
Week Thirty-Two: Hesper (Girl's Tam)
Week Thirty-Three: Samantha (Doll Mitts)
Week Thirty-Four: Doll's Triangular Lace Shawl
Week Thirty-Five: Bernadine (Doll Cardigan)
Week Thirty-Six: Ernestine (Doll Hat)
Week Thirty-Seven: Elevensies (Tam)
Week Thirty-Eight: Numismatic (Coin Purse)
Week Thirty-Nine: Zap! (Child's Cardigan)
Week Forty: Numisma (Toddler Sweater)
Week Forty-One: Nazareth Angel (Christmas Ornament)
Week Forty-Two: Stealth Duck (Toddler Mittens)
Week Forty-Three: Sweet Sue (Cabled Lace Scarf)
Week Forty-Four: Beastly (Toddler Cardigan)
Week Forty-Five: Bunnyclava (Toddler Balaclava)
Weeks Forty-Six, Forty-Seven, Forty-Eight, Forty-Nine, Fifty, and Fifty-One: A Wee Nativity
Week Fifty-Two: Ekaterin (Slouch Hat)