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1  Re: Branching Out scarf knit-along in Knitalongs by beebiz on: May 11, 2005 04:58:22 AM
It's done, it's done, it's done.  Wow, this took me a long time.  I started this when the KAL started, but due to a whole bunch of stuff happening, had to be put on the back burner.  But, I would like to present:

It was a fun project, and I will probably do another one.  The biggest problem that I had was keeping track of my own work.  I was marking every row as I finished, but then  I would forget to put a mark down.  I had to unknit a couple of rows only to realize I had forgotten to put marks down.  Augh....

But I like how it turned out, and I know my mommy will love it.
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2  Re: Branching Out scarf knit-along in Knitalongs by beebiz on: April 15, 2005 11:33:52 AM
Here is an update on my scarf.  I started it the other day when I got my Lavold Silky Wool.  I had three false starts(thanks to various distractions), but finally got my groove on.  This is 10 repeats.  I'm hoping to get a bunch done over the weekend, if I can hide somewhere.
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3  Re: Branching Out scarf knit-along in Knitalongs by beebiz on: April 11, 2005 05:38:05 AM
I started on a practice piece to make sure I can handle lace.  I wanted to do a practice piece before my "good" yarn shows up.  I love, love, love this pattern.  It is so nice to have to use my brain and keep track of rows, instead of the mindless knitting I've been doing.  I screwed up on one row (because I was watching Harry Potter at the same time).  But I was able to pull one row out and do it over.  I might end up with two of these.  My practice one and the one with the green yarn.  I hope everyone else is having fun with theirs.
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4  I've finished a couple of things in the last month! in Knitting: Completed Projects by beebiz on: March 16, 2005 05:19:30 AM
I"ve been timid about posting my finished projects, because everyone on this board has amazing talent, and well, I'm shy.....but I'm also fairly proud of what I've been able to finish.  I still consider myself a new knitter, and long for the day when I can say I am a knitter (and not feel I'm clueless Roll Eyes)

Anywhooooooo, presenting my FO's:

First, my Manly Sweater from SnB (also my first sweater ever!):

Then, in the middle of figuring out what I wanted to do next, I whipped up the Loopy Pillow fron SnB Nation (the loops were addicting to make):

Moving on, my new neice, Bailey had not recieved anything from her auntie (and she's almost 6 mo's now *bows head in shame*) so I found this Anouk pattern on Knitty http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring04/PATTanouk.html and churned it out.  I love the colors!  Perfect for a Florida baby,  The shoes were from Adorable Knits for Tots.

And, finally, lo and behold, my first attempt at socks.  (I think this is my new addiction)  I'm working on second pair now for a friend, and then my husband and his friend want a pair of tabi socks for their Taijitsu class.  I'm trying to figure that one out still:

There you have it folks!  I hope everyone likey-likey.  And hopefully I will feel worthy among all of you crafty gals (and guys)
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5  Re: Very Manly Sweater in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by beebiz on: February 07, 2005 12:00:15 PM
Ok, finally!!  Presenting my very first sweater.   It took me a month to do, and a lot of headaches, which is going to lead to an eye doctor visit, but it's done.  Wahooooo.....
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6  Re: Hat with Tassles from HIP TO KNIT book in Knitting: Completed Projects by beebiz on: January 11, 2005 03:08:41 PM
eeep....I love this hat.   This was my first attempt at cables and I love doing cables now.  I think I've made 5 of these now for friends and I made a teeny tiny one for my new neice.  I'm going to try and post a pic of my son modeling it for me (that is if I can figure out how to post it) and my neice's hat.

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