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1  Re: One Skein Wonder in Knitting: Completed Projects by woolgathered on: June 05, 2005 06:41:28 PM


Fast project! I would have been done yesterday had I not had a show/party to go to. Oh yeah, me = REALLY TIRED in yet another pic I put on Craftster, so please forgive me!
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2  Re: One Skein Wonder KAL Anyone? in Knitalongs by woolgathered on: June 04, 2005 07:26:58 AM


I started on Thursday night, and finished all but the ribbing last night. I took a photo of it before I did the seed stitch- I love how it looks like it's not anything big enough to wear. After you seam the sleeve, it looks like it'll fit a wee baby, too. Haha.
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3  Re: Boobholder/Minisweater (link to free pattern!) in Knitting: Completed Projects by woolgathered on: April 10, 2005 09:05:42 PM
Here's my oops-I'm-too-lazy-to-frog-back-where-I-should-have-poofed-the-sleeves-so-I'll-poof-them-here Boobholder:



I was making some STUPID face, so I chopped my head off.

I used sz 9 needles and about 2.5 skeins of KnitPicks Wool of the Andes in the Stream color.
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4  Re: someone needs to keep me away from the spinnign supplies! in Spinning: Discussion and Questions by woolgathered on: April 06, 2005 04:10:31 AM
Oh, I know. ME TOO! Right after you got yours, I thought, "I think I can actually afford one right now!!" I had been eyeing it for months.

So let me present to you my new baby, which is arriving today:


She's a Fricke Petite, and i got her from Copper Moose on Ebay, who I *highly* recommend. Their fibers are beautiful-- their BFL roving is UNBELIEVEABLY soft. Plus they are incredibly nice people. http://www.coppermoose.com

I think I purchased.. 10 lbs of fiber this past week? I needed to stock up. Plus I bought a few new colors of dye. And two books. Please don't tell my husband! LOL. It's all money I've saved from selling my fibery goods, so I'm not worried. He'd just have a heart attack if he knew the total.

Don't know how much use I'll have for my handcarders now, but I am keeping them for sentimental reasons (my sister got them for me).
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5  Re: kitty bed in Knitting: Completed Projects by woolgathered on: March 03, 2005 04:43:11 AM
Here is the bed I made for my sister and Mom's kitty:

Wendy's Kitty Pi before felting:


And as it's blocking:


Knit with sz 13 DPNs and a 40" Addi Turbo in the same size, of Reynold's Lopi in Fuschia and Happy Red. I would have washed it again to felt more, but my Mom thinks that it would be too small for her kitty then. I wish I had a picture of Mitzi actually in the bed, but it wasn't done blocking by the time I left their house yesterday. And I bet you Mitzi won't sleep in it, because she is like that (we're thinking of putting some chlorine soaked bathing suits in the bed to entice her in. You think I'm kidding? She loves my sister's suits!!). Oh yeah, I'm blocking it on a round picinic basket, BooBoo.
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6  Re: One hour hat! in Knitting: Completed Projects by woolgathered on: February 26, 2005 12:39:03 AM


I spun some circus-y yarn and decided it would be a great hat! I used my pattern for it on my site, natch. It's really bulky and thick! The photo doesn't do the colors justice, because the flash washed it out. Oh well!
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7  Re: One hour hat! in Knitting: Completed Projects by woolgathered on: December 23, 2004 08:46:04 PM
I made my own version of the pattern-- really, not very hard, I have to admit! http://www.woolgathered.com/freepatterns.html



Made with yarn I spun. It's for my sister, whose school colors are purple and white (Kenyon College, home of the 10 hr wait to vote! She waited six, she's LUCKY!!)
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8  Re: Knitted Flowers in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by woolgathered on: December 12, 2004 07:29:25 PM
I make a bunch of different triangles and sew them together:


If you make them in different sizes and alternate between stockinette and garter, you get a neat look. I used thin chenille yarn for it.

Oh, btw, I made up the pattern for the shawl- it's on my site if anyone wants it (the link is in my signature).
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