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1  Felted Yarn in Felting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: June 10, 2009 12:50:02 PM
Check out this awesome felted yarn I just made!  I made by crocheting three strands of feltables together and then throwing it in the wash.  Whatcha think?  What do you think you could make with something so dang bulky?





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2  Deconstructive knitting-Image HEAVY in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: April 15, 2009 02:57:44 PM
I know this isn't exactly knitting, but I would like to think it is.  I have been taking apart sweaters to make yarn lately!  It's like..THE most stress relieving thing I've done in maybe years.  I love it!   Here are some action and fancy shots:







I love that little mini skein!
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3  Re: A very knitty wedding in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: February 04, 2009 09:25:19 AM
Here's a picture of the boutonniere I made for the FIL on the top, the fossil I gave the in laws, and the corsage I made for the MIL.
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4  Re: A very knitty wedding in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: January 21, 2009 09:06:03 AM
Here's another (better) picture of me holding my bouquet right before I walked out!
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5  A very knitty wedding in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: January 13, 2009 11:42:32 AM
I got married on November 1st.  To add to the stress of just plain planning a wedding, I decided to knit the bouquet, boutonnieres (four of them one for the husband to be, father, father to be, and ring bearer), the ring bearer pillow, a flower headband for the flower girl, and corsages (for the mothers).
Right now I just have pictures of the bouquet:


Me carrying the bouquet:


And my husband with a boutonniere:


Whatcha think?

Images of corsages, headband, and ring bearer pillow to come.

P.S.  Not only am I insane enough to knit all these things, but I also hand stamped and printed all of the invitations, RSVPs, and thank you cards myself.  AND I cut the grass and put together all of the centerpieces too.  I am so glad it's over!
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6  Re: Flower Facecloths in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: September 13, 2008 07:57:09 AM
I really love the top pattern a lot.  Check this out, I made two of the top pattern and they will be my ring bearer pillow for my wedding!


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7  Noni Pattern Peony in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: August 17, 2008 08:32:28 AM
I am getting married on November 1st (the day draws near!), and I am knitting my bouquet.  I've just now finished my first flower, though I started it in...June I think.  I used the Noni Peony pattern.  At first I thought that this was a really strange pattern, but then I realized though it is strange, it's BRILLIANT!  I love how the flower turned out.  It looks to me like a tuft of cotton, only a lot bigger.






Whatcha think?  Have any of you knit your bouquets?  Do you have any great ideas?  Thanks for the looksy.
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8  Rhapsodie in Green in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: May 11, 2008 01:12:45 PM
I finished my first sweater ever!  I got the pattern from the February 2005 Knit 'n Style.  I have been knitting for like 5 years now and have knit everything from a card to a pair of pants, but I never got around to knitting a sweater.  Now I have!  It turned out a lot better than I thought, but the friend who I made it for needs it to be a lot longer.  So I going to add a rib on the bottom.  Whatcha think?





If you can think of any other ways I can add on length at the bottom, please tell!
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9  Fuzzy Cable Fingerless Gloves in Knitting: Completed Projects by nosierosie on: April 25, 2008 06:40:40 AM
I just finished a pair of short fingerless gloves.  I knit them out of Memoirs by Berocco.  I love knitting these up, they are really fast and fun.  Since this is my own pattern, I have been thinking about typing it up and putting it either on my blog or on Ravelry. What do you think?  Would anyone be interested in this pattern?





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