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1  Ashley's bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by sewnutzz on: July 16, 2008 02:54:48 PM
This is a bag I made for a friend so she can carry her knitting around with her.  The base is ultrasuede, the other fabrics are quilting cottons. 

Interfacing is warm and natural with a plastic needle point canvas base. 

Basic pattern is the Jordy, but I added lots of pockets, both zippered and open, including one that a magazine will fit into.  I also included a snap she can fasten her keys to. 

Monogram done on a Pfaff 7570 using Origins software for digitizing and polyester machine embroidery thread.

Outside front of the bag:



Closeup of outside front:


Inside, showing divided pocket with zipper pocket in front, and key snap:


Interior showing the many pockets:


Feedback welcome!
SewNutzz
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2  Chunky Cabled Child's Cap now with PHOTO links in Knitting: Completed Projects by sewnutzz on: November 15, 2007 05:17:51 PM
I am so psyched by this.  I just learned to cable (made a pair of Knitty's Fetching fingerless gloves this week) and decided to try the cable pattern in a child's cap in chunky wool  Worked out great!  I may have re-invented a pattern, but I worked this out all on my own, so please don't call the copyright police on me.  I will post a photo asap, but for now, get out those 17's dpns and some Wool-ease Thick 'n Quick.  This project took me a little over two hours.
Anne (aka SewNutzz)

Here are the photos.  Also, the hat fits a child...toddler to elementary age.  The child modeling is 6 years old. If you want to fit a larger head, add another 5 stitches and another 4 rows k4p1 rib and another cable row before decreasing

(sorry I could not post photos directly because I am still new and have not posted enoough to post photos directly to the forum, but check them out on photobucket!)

Green hat:  


Red hat:  





Materials:
American size 17 DPNs (4 total)
1 skein Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick 'n Quick (you will use about half of the skein)
Cable needle
Yarn Needle  

Cast on 45 stitches using a cable cast-on, putting 15 stitches on each needle.  ( how to here:  http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEsummer05/FEATsum05TT.html)
Join, being careful not to twist work, place marker.
Knit one round
Knit 3 rounds in k4 p1 rib .
Knit cable round (slip 2 stitches to cable needle, hold to front, knit 2, knit the stitches on the cable needle, pearl 1, repeat)
knit 4 rows k4p1 rib
knit cable round
knit 4 rows k4p1 rib
knit cable round
knit 1 row k4p1 rib
Decrease row:  k1, k2together, k1, p1.  Repeat until you get to end of round
Decrease:  k1, k2 together, p1.  Repeat until you get to end of round.
Decrease:  K2 together, p1.  Repeat until you get to end of round.
Decrease: k2 together (you will now have 9 stitches on your needles)
Cut yarn, leaving about 12 inches, thread through yarn needle.  Run yarn needle through stitches to close top of hat, secure on the inside and bury the yarn end, cut excess yarn off.  Bury tail of beginning of hat.


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