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1  Vienna Scarf...help making a pattern in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by Savage on: February 03, 2011 04:17:34 PM
So there is an awesome hooded scarf that i want to make. I have a rough idea about how i want to draft a pettern but like i said, its rough. Any advice or suggestions on how to make it would be really welcome.

So on the edges i know i want to do ribbing but for the head peice i dont know if those stitches are rasberry stitches or trinity stitches. what do you think?

 also should i make two seperate pieces and then knit them together? or one big knit?

 please please help and advice!

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2  The Back Up Plan- Jennifer Lopez wardrobe in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Savage on: May 07, 2010 09:43:16 AM
So i jsut saw Jennifer Lopez In The Back Up Plan yesterday and I want to lock her away in a closet so i can steal her wardrobe. In particular, This dress:

I Can't spend over $150 for it so i want to make it. I can't find a pattern for it and i have no idea how to do the pretty enbellishment. I was thinking using felt and then putting all the beads on it but im sure somebody here will know a better way. Can anybody help me! I want to make this SO bad!
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3  First Glass Etching- LOST FANS!!! in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by Savage on: April 21, 2010 10:32:56 PM
So! Here is my first craft that I have posted here and I am THRILLED!!!

My sister and I are HUGE "Lost" fans and I've been wanting to try glass engraving and this is my first attempt. I taped a picture to the inside of the glass and etched with a Dremel. I'm planning on doing all the different Dharma Stations and have a whole Lost Dharma Station Set!!

As you can see, I had a hard time making the little letters but it doesn't bother me much. I'll either leave it or just etch over it. What do you think!?

I am not done yet. I'm going to go over the lines and make them sharper. I was just SO freakin excited and proud that i couldn't wait to post!

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