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1  variation of the Catherine Wheel in Crochet: Completed Projects by Buckleigh on: January 18, 2011 06:53:25 AM
I first saw the Catherine Wheel on YouTube a couple of years ago.
 Finally got around to working it up, but I put a few variations on the pattern,
which I almost always do.


I used Red Heart Super Saver, G/6 hook and the finished piece is about 4 x 6

Thanks for looking

Buck, The Crafty Guy
http://buckleigh1961.blogspot.com/2011/01/catherine-wheel-and-spokes_18.html
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2  Lizard Ridge Afghan in Knitting: Completed Projects by Buckleigh on: November 04, 2010 10:28:00 AM
Well, I finally finished it.  Took me almost two months due to apathy and a lot of frogging.  I do like it, but if asked to make it for anyone, let me just say....it'll take A LOT of BIG bucks to do so.

Knitted with size 9 needles, using mostly RHSS, greens are Bernat.

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3  Afghan for my sister in Knitting: Completed Projects by Buckleigh on: January 06, 2010 03:13:27 PM
This is one of 5 afghans I made for my sisters and Mother.   The others are crocheted and made from Red Heart.   This one is knitted and made from cotton Peaches and Creme (I think that's the name)


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4  Afghans for my sisters and Mother ** NOW WITH PICS! ** in Crochet: Completed Projects by Buckleigh on: January 06, 2010 02:38:48 PM

I just finished the last of 5 afghans for my sisters and my Mother.  Four were crocheted and one knitted. They are not presents for any particular holiday or event, I just have a lot of free time and needed to use up a lot of yarn.  The crocheted ones are  made of Red Heart.  All were my faves as I was making them, but I'm not sure which is my fave now that I'm done. With the exception of the Prairie Star, I created the pattern or modified an existing pattern.  










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5  boyfriend's sweaters in Knitting: Completed Projects by Buckleigh on: February 24, 2009 10:17:07 PM
I made these two sweaters for my boyfriend.



I  had some baby sportsweight and my BF wanted a v-neck, so come up with a design and knitted away. Now he wants a few more in other colors. I really had issues with the point of the neck trim.  Getting a V was hard, and I'm still not happy with the way it came out.

The zip front is knitted in a med weight cotton.  It was knitted sideways with 3 different colors, on circular needles, so I could work from either end, depending on how the colors were falling.  I started at the middle of the back with provisional cast-on, worked the right side, then completed the left side.   I had some issue with the v point for the zipper, not 100% even.   But I still like it.  Forgive the photo, the stripes really didn't photograph well...they tended to strobe in the photos.

Oh and my BF is freaky about having his pic on-line, thus the 'witness protection' edits!


Buck
crafy guy
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6  UGLY quilt (posted pix, finally!! LOOKEE LOOKEE!) in Quilting: Completed Projects by Buckleigh on: February 24, 2009 04:11:34 PM
This is my "Ugly" quilt that I just finished hand-quilting.   I machine-pieced it a few years ago, started quilting it and put it away.  I had second thoughts about the colors while initially working on it.  It is a poly blend that I got incredilbly cheap.   I wanna say like 50cent/yd, but prolly $1/yd.  I fell in love with the blue and then found the 'red' (I've decided its 'watermelon').    I was still shopping for more colors for the next quilt, and wanted to work on something, so grabbed this material out of my stash.  I had just finished a detailed quilt and wanted to make an quilt that was easier to piece. Anyways, like I said I've grown to like it and wanted to share. Its approx 7'x7' with poly batting.
Thanks for looking


Buck
crafty guy
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