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1  Knit Green Clutch for summer :) in Knitting: Completed Projects by rabideloise on: June 04, 2005 04:47:43 PM
I did this in a night, modified from samilynn9's  felted clutch ( http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=30175.0 ).  I added more shaping and used stockinette stitch instead of garter and opted out of the eyelash yarn.  I think if I toss this in the washer it may felt a bit...the yarn is Lion Brand Watercolors #373 Pond Green, which is 65% acrylic and 35% merino. Out of all the Lion Brand I use, I like this the best, along with Cotton Ease SmileySmiley

Please excuse the typical Myspace/scenester bathroom pictures. The bathroom has the best lighting! I'm sorry!









 

'Scuse my boobs and the flash.

I think I will line this, maybe with http://www.joann.com/catalog.jhtml?CATID=96020&PRODID=98965 or http://reprodepot.com/jazzage.html or http://reprodepot.com/mijo.html.  If anyone has some cool fabric links let me know. thanks Smiley
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2  Re: Show off your hair! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by rabideloise on: May 30, 2005 07:18:55 PM
Have I bored you to death yet  Grin

NO way! everything you said has been super helpful!!


also here's a picture of me with EYES...

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3  Re: Show off your hair! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by rabideloise on: May 30, 2005 07:12:34 PM
Here's me...

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4  Re: Snowball Cat Bed in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by rabideloise on: May 30, 2005 07:08:07 PM
I'm in the process of making this bed for my new kitten my boyfriend got for us...but here is my parents' kitty I raised in his non-knitted kitty bed...!!



he loves that piece of yarn!
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5  Re: Music to Craft By Swap in The Swap Gallery by rabideloise on: May 08, 2005 03:56:01 PM
I got my CDs I think Thursday from Jen Swank!!



Tracklist:
vol1
Patsy Cline - Walking After Midnight
velvet underground - waiting for the man
negative trend - black & red
bumblebeez 81 - step back
the cows - a oven
the litter - action woman
the gossip - fire sign
devo - a plan for you
half japanese - rosemary's baby
handsome boy modeling school - look at this face
oblivians - big black hole
negativland - the answer is...
thee headcoatees - meet jacqueline
the plugz - el clavo y la cruz
the peechees - i could have loved you
gasoline - american cowboy
howlin' wolf - the red rooster
doug e fresh - la di dadi
ohio players - love rollercoaster
sado nation - mom and pop democracy
cold crush brohters - punk rock rap
the monks - i hate you
negativland - track 8
lucille bogan - sloppy drunk blues
the sonics - strychnine
petra hayden - tattoo (og by the who)
swingin' medallions - double shot (of my baby's love)

vol 2

david cross - even though i am...
gil scott-heron - whitney on the moon
cramps - rumble blues (rehearsal, 1981)
guitar wolf - invader ace
t rex - children of the revolution
captain beefheart and his magic band - diddy wah diddy
burning sensations - pablo picasso
thee mighty caesars - 1977
kay adams - little pink mack
gary numan - down in the park
quasimoto - come on feet
shel silverstein - i got stoned and i missed it
cris clarity - rock n roll band
joe jackson -  pretty boys
the brogues - i ain't no miracle worker
patti smith - pissing in a river
nutley brass orchestra - i wanna be sedated
wire - practice makes perfect
tom waits - gun street girl
greg oblivian - bad man
kid koala - nap time
thee headcoats - what's my name
13th floor elevators - you're gonna miss mee
naked raygun - track 8
hot butter - popcorn

cramps deserves applause! nobody knows the cramps SadSad ! ! !  they put on a good show, too!!
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6  Re: leopard print fun - with added tutorial magic! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by rabideloise on: May 04, 2005 09:47:55 PM
I wish I could get my hands on some bright GREEN leopard print fabric...I love your top but my tatas are too big Sad

I want fabric like THAT SadSad and furry, too! and eBay is no help.  Betsey Johnson forever!
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7  Re: stitch n' bitch felted marsupial tote in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by rabideloise on: April 22, 2005 02:09:05 PM
Ok, I don't know why it isn't letting me post another picture, but here is a close-up of the handles. Huh  Angry



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8  Re: stitch n' bitch felted marsupial tote in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by rabideloise on: April 22, 2005 02:06:37 PM
Here is my almost botched Marsupial tote...I ran out of yarn at the end so I had to improvise.  I'm thinking of getting some wooden handles for it instead because the yarn handles won't be sturdy enough.  I'm also going to attempt to felt it again.

Yarn: Elann.com Peruvian Collection Wool



Here it is. I inverted the colour scheme.
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9  Re: Cell Phone Cozies in Knitting: Completed Projects by rabideloise on: April 18, 2005 05:17:34 PM
Here's my cell phone cozy, modified from the "Mobile Monsters" pattern in SnBN:

Yarn: Lion Brand Watercolors in Pond Green
Time: 1 hour
Modifications: I added a handle made by CO 18 stitches and then binding them off--I figured it would be stronger than an i-cord. I didn't use any buttons or make it look like an animal, either. The pattern said to CO 32 stitches, but since my yarn was twice the size of the yarn called for, I cut the number in half and did 16 instead, which turned out to be perfect because the yarn is pretty bulky. I also modified the flap that closes the cozy, leaving it open for easy access.


My phone in the cozy.


Close-up of phone and cozy.


Bottom hole for charger and earpiece.


Mermaid button I used for the handle--I felt it was sturdier to use this than a regular button. I'm always changing bags so it's helpful to have one side of the handle that can detach from the cozy itself so I can hook it on other straps easily. (button is from http://www.77industries.com )


Thickness of cozy.

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10  Russian Winter Hat from SnBN in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by rabideloise on: February 18, 2005 12:55:40 AM
This is my first time posting a completed project, and I'm very happy with how it turned out because I had to frog this thing about 4 times to get everything correct through trial and error.  But it was worth it!

I substituted Austermann Koala in #13 Burnished Apricot instead of the GGH, which I did find online but it was too expensive.  For the ties, I used the Peruvian Collection Highland Wool in Allspice.  (I got it from Elann.com.)

And here are the pictures  Shocked






It's so cute, and when I wore it out today I got a compliment from a guy who asked where I got it, and he seemed surprised when I answered that I'd made it.  He asked how, and I said, "Knitting!"  Then he was even more surprised.   Cheesy
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