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11  knitted porn: a collaboration with annette in Knitting: Completed Projects by ysolda on: June 07, 2005 03:50:20 PM
its not quite a finished object - i haven't sewn in the yarn ends or touched her up with the wonders of duplicate stitch. But here she is, knitted porn:

http://ysolda.me.uk/knitting/knitporn.jpg

thanks to annette for the image, which I graphed from on of her amazing porn-by-numbers designs.

If you want to use this graph to knit yourself a (semi) naked lady the graph is here:
Annette sells this design so play fair and use the graph for your personal use only Smiley
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12  knitted paint-by-numbers porn! in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by ysolda on: June 03, 2005 12:18:57 PM
I'm making something to send to annette because she sent me three amazing paint by numbers porn canvasses - see this thread http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=3521.0
After some messing around on photoshop I came up with this chart. I'm not even up as far as her panties yet but  when I've actually knitted more I'll post some pics of how it turns out Smiley enjoy
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13  Re: Halloween / Dark Doll swap in New Swap Theme Ideas by ysolda on: September 02, 2004 05:02:58 AM
ooh yeah id be interested... i make dolls, they're not exactly scary but people seem to think they're creepy little voodoo dolls... here is my doll druella:

and ive been thinking of doing some creepier deformed dolls, so count me in
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14  Re: alternatives to yarn??? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by ysolda on: August 03, 2004 01:35:42 AM
here is a diagram of how I'm cutting yarn form fabric, or anything else flat. It makes a long cotinous strip which you can wind into a ball as you go, if the strip is 1cm wide and the fabric is 1m square that's 100metres of yarn. A few metres of fabric should give yu enough to knit a smallish garment.
try this out on a piece of paper, cut a slit near one edge, cutting until just before the edge. then start at this side and cut a slit across above the first one, again stop cutting just before the edge. if you keep doing this all the way along you will have a long strip of paper joined by little squarish bits. These little squares do show up when you knit with fabric cut like this, but they're not very noticeable and tend to add to the look and texture, they're a lot better than knotting or sewing lots of short strips together anyway. I hope that helps, its actually a really simple technique but it's not too easy to explain.
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15  my doll in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by ysolda on: July 28, 2004 02:40:41 AM
this is a doll i made a while ago, sorry about the crappy picture quality. her head is wax, and her body is kid leather (from an old glove) her lower limbs are cotton, and her dress is crotched. I've made a few other doll like this (but more proffessionally finished) for friends. What do you think?

her name is druella which i found in a baby name book, it means tiny, elfin one - seemed appropriate
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