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181  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Halo 3 cut-out cookies on: October 08, 2007 01:27:50 AM
Omg!  Is that a Needler cookie??  That is so rad!
182  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Ideas for gifts from the kitchen? on: October 08, 2007 01:24:07 AM
Going along with the cookie mix idea, hot cocoa mix or apple cider/mulling spices in a jar can be good too.  Especially since we're getting to hot cocoa time of year.

Another idea would be to get a set of mugs or tea cups, and include a hot cocoa recipe, or the recipe plus the dry ingredients. 

For example you could combine the dry ingredients then modify the instructions to make the cocoa: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/beverage/cocoa-wc.html
183  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Urchin from Knitty on: October 07, 2007 10:03:24 PM
Thanks!

Well, I don't think it's handspun, but it's certainly made to look that way.  It's a mystery ball - I don't know what happened to the tag.  I do recall that it's one of the first balls of yarn I ever picked up when I was learning to knit though, I had intended to make the Loopy & Luscious scarf on Knitty but never worked it out, so I didn't do anything with it until now.  So it had been sitting in my stash for... 5 years I guess!

But long story short - I don't know the details on the yarn anymore!
184  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Urchin from Knitty on: October 07, 2007 03:00:30 PM
A brilliant suggestion from another craftster on what to do with a leftover ball of yarn:





I even learned how to graft with this project, and it worked out just fine!
185  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: finished my Phildar vest, just in time for fall on: October 07, 2007 01:17:47 PM
I don't typically like vests, but this one is very good looking.  I've also been inspired to check out Phildar now!

Great job!
186  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / I rolled my own needle case on: October 06, 2007 11:48:46 PM
I mostly followed the pattern in the first SnB book, and here's what I ended up with:





I put a larger pocket on the right for odds and ends or a random circular.

It's very handy for keeping my straight needles in one place!
187  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Re: I'll rip your heart out! V.2. on: September 30, 2007 10:47:52 AM
Ohh, that's adorable, and sassy!  Love it!
188  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Help! What to do with leftover bulky yarn? on: September 29, 2007 02:26:12 PM
Calorimetry is actually the abandoned project I was making with the orange!  Maybe I should go ahead and finish it.
189  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Behind the times: Finally made a Boobholder on: September 29, 2007 09:43:19 AM
Thanks everyone! 

The pattern can be found here:
http://www.glampyreknits.com/

I think it's a great pattern for not being huge boob-wise, but she's also got the link for specific modifications in the case that you are huge boobed.  Being of the former category, I was really happy with the fit and didn't have to make any extra changes to the pattern as far as sizing went.

You know, the sleeves are a little bat wing-ish!  That was actually another kind of mistake in alteration I made, I went ahead and did the increases to get the puffy sleeve, but then I shortened the sleeves by a couple of inches in order to make a cap sleeve.  When I stand with my arms down, the sleeves stick out especially.  Otherwise, they stick out a bit, but just the same as any cap sleeve in that kind of weight yarn.  But if I'd skipped the increases to make the puffyness, I think they'd certainly be less stickyouty.
190  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Behind the times: Finally made a Boobholder on: September 28, 2007 08:04:29 PM
Well I finally made a boob holder from Stefanie Japel's site, and I liked the pattern so much that I decided to get her Fitted Knits book!









If I were to make it again, (which I might, since it took up less than one skein of Cascade 220) I would be careful to do a looser cast on, and I'd also put a few decreases in the sides over the last 3 inches at the bottom. 

This is one of the few things that I've ever made where I'm happy with the fit!
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