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421  Re: Can You Make Yarn Out Of This? Handspun Art Yarn Swap in The Swap Gallery by loudxmouse on: January 02, 2008 05:28:04 PM









my stuff from adriennec!!!
yay!
red inego, teal locks, two braids of fleece artist, some angelina, seed beads and a lovely magnet that speaks the truth.
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422  nes themed psp cozy in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by loudxmouse on: December 28, 2007 10:55:44 AM











few years ago I knit a DS cozy for the BF's brother. He LOVED it (it had link from zelda on it and beltloops on the back) and he uses it pretty much every day. SO in the rush of the last 3 days before christmas (and my flying to florida) I sewed up this PSP cozy. It is made of fleece, felt, a sweater that my mom had accidentally just felted, and a grey tee shirt that my dad decided he didn't like anymore. haha. Also, i single crocheted cascade fixation (a cotton and elastic yarn) and turned it into a button loop
I was in a pinch.... and this is what I got!
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423  'moonberry juice' bottle label--World of Warcraft geekery in Completed Projects by loudxmouse on: December 20, 2007 12:55:20 AM
30 minutes in Adobe Illustrator, a nerdy bf and a bottle of sparkling blueberry juice from trader joes.








super easy to make and really looks GREAT. I think my boyfriend will love it  Grin
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424  bunny DS cozy in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by loudxmouse on: December 20, 2007 12:43:26 AM
fleece and embroidery floss. whipped it up lickety split for my friend




his cheeks are the embroidery attaching the snaps to the case. thought it was pretty clever. haha
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425  spawn stencils in Stenciling: Completed Projects by loudxmouse on: December 20, 2007 12:38:51 AM

pillowcase--centered spawn logo


pillowcase--bottom left spawn


same spawn stencil on the bottom left of a teeshirt

all for my BF

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426  felt hair bows in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by loudxmouse on: December 20, 2007 12:35:28 AM







polymer clay on some, mostly embroidered felt, but I wasn't sure where to put them. The skull is the monkey-skull from the BBC3 comedy "the mighty boosh"
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427  christmas FOs--clapotisIII, pithy hat IV, quickie cowl, knit cupcake, chemo cap in Knitting: Completed Projects by loudxmouse on: December 18, 2007 03:08:34 PM
in reverse order... haha

lace edged chemo cap from headhuggers
made with blue sky alpaca organic cotton
for my neighbor who is going through chemo for breast cancer



cupcake hat turned stuffie
made with dark horse yarns fantasy
for a swap

stuffed with ugly-colored wool roving hah

my third clapotis
for my mom
made with handspun silk and merino blend. took me forever to find the perfect color after not being able to find a yarn that I thought my mom would like. this one is HUGE. when i blocked it the whole thing nearly spanned my (tiny) studio.


my fourth pithy hat from little turtle knits
for my bffl
made with leftover handspun (both colors handspun by me)


the quickie cowl from f.pea
for my other bffl
made with handspun merino


more in my flickr: http://flickr.com/photos/21063318@N05/
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428  my first, real yarn on my wheel in Spinning: Completed Projects by loudxmouse on: November 20, 2007 11:04:41 PM



fleece artist merino silver
~200yds




sakina needles merino
~300yds

the 2nd one is for the woman who is lending me the wheel!!!
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429  Re: Mighty Boosh round 4? in New Swap Theme Ideas by loudxmouse on: November 12, 2007 01:47:25 PM
*seriously thinks about making a library suit*
i think it would be funny to  make the subway mittens from the upcoming interweave** in tweed yarn, and call them library mittens.... seriously

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430  jumbo flyer and bobbin help... is this really a double drive? in Spinning: Discussion and Questions by loudxmouse on: November 11, 2007 11:17:58 AM
I am borrowing an ashford traditional and I'm still getting used to all the  lingo and stuff, so bare with me.
you can see here that there are two drive bands, since there are two grooves in the bobbin (or the bit that goes outside the bobbin)


but the wheel itself doesn't have two grooves, so I could easily get the jumbo flier for a SINGLE drive, no?



the price difference is huge: http://www.woolery.com/Pages/ashwheelsfr.html#ashfordaccess

ASH-T3011 - Jumbo Flyer / Single Drive... $77
ASH-T3012 - Jumbo Unit / DD... $132

So, i guess my question is: the only thing that MAKES this a double drive wheel is the fact that it has TWO drive bands... right?

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