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1  Re: Ongoing Offer What You Have Swap Discussion in New Swap Theme Ideas by kentuckynucky on: February 26, 2008 07:03:21 AM
Wow... I'm so surprised at how hard this swap stuff is.  Definitely way over my head for a first timer.  I hope I did things correctly.

I just received my package from kitschkween!!!!  My girls just about died when they saw the rings.  My oldest even wore hers for her class picture today.  Thanks so much for the awesome stuff!!!!!!!!!



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2  Re: Ongoing Offer What You Have (Crafts and Supplies)--Feb in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by kentuckynucky on: February 19, 2008 02:20:44 PM
I claim kitschkween for the hk strawberry ring, the chococat ring, and the random foam shapes.

My name is Ollie and I live in the USA

This is my first claim.

Pick one
pattern for making a child's chair --used


about 2 yards (maybe more?) of polyester blue & white checked fabric -- will cut down to size if you wish


stack of blue jean squares


or Pick Two

two placemats (originally intended for placemat purse)


scrapbook pages pkg


2006 create-your-own calendar for your recon pleasure


"Our Family" wooden family tree
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3  Knitting needle case! (IMG heavy) in Knitting: Completed Projects by kentuckynucky on: January 22, 2008 01:21:13 PM
So I finally made my own knitting needle case since I was tired of always looking through my growing pile of needles.  I didn't use a pattern, I just kind of copied the idea from other places on the net.  It was also stash fabric, so even better!  What do ya think?









Thanks for looking!
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4  WWI patterned scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by kentuckynucky on: January 15, 2008 07:31:02 AM
My little brother wanted me to knit a scarf for him.  He picked out the yarn (100% alpaca wool, sport weight) and told me to do whatever I wanted.  He likes simple things, so I used this pattern: http://www.hjsstudio.com/redscarf.html  I loved the story behind it and the simplicity of it as well.  Here is an action shot of my brother wearing it:



Here's an up close picture.  I used just a basic garter stitch with size 4 needles


Thanks for looking!
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