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1  mouse and snake are friends in Knitting: Completed Projects by Shan on: December 29, 2008 02:59:56 PM
I made this as a gift for a friend who is a herpetologist. It is from Mochimochiland, such cute patterns. I can't wait to make Boo the bat. I debated about adding the flower, but then I  couldn't resist.


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2  Re: Blackberry from Knitty KAL in Knitalongs by Shan on: November 16, 2005 06:14:59 PM
Well, I finished. I am not happy with it. It was a lot of work and it is a poor fit, although at least it fits. I think it is the shape. It is very bunchy in some places. If I were to knit it over again (which I am not), I would not do the reverse stockinette, too messy looking. I can see all of the decrease/increase spots. Perhaps that is my lack of knitting skill. I also would knit one size smaller. I want to frog it but I have no idea what to knit with the yarn ( which is knitpick sierra in cranberry color.) It was a learning experience. I did my first cables on this project, which came out great. This was also my first time successfully picking up stitches.

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3  Re: Blackberry from Knitty KAL in Knitalongs by Shan on: September 19, 2005 04:19:53 PM
Well, I started with the sleeves because I had never done cabling before. I was using some woolease t&q that I had laying around. I found it a bit chunky and wanted to see what worsted would look like. I had some woolease worsted laying around and set off doing some math. Here is what I have so far.




I think I prefer the worsted, however I still might finish up the Chunky version.
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4  Re: Poster Boy Bag in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by Shan on: June 01, 2005 10:02:08 PM
I have been having the same problem with knitpro. It makes grey areas where there aren't any. I can't wait to try photoshop. I have been wanting to use this image for something.
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