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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: red TEAM ZISSOU HAT!!! (TUTORIAL!) on: January 20, 2005 06:54:52 AM
Here is my version, knit in the round on size 8 needles, brown sheep worsted, 88 stitches cast on.  Good for mens and Ladies M-L (nice and stretchy).  The guage is about 5 stitches per inch.  I am making others with different tops--this one is flat, and the others I am working on are tapering slowly into a bit of an i-cord top for that 'reservoir tip' thing...Thanks again for the idea ilovegenewilder!!!  The felt patches are so awesome too!!!



2  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: red TEAM ZISSOU HAT!!! (TUTORIAL!) on: January 06, 2005 04:57:45 PM
I  am working on the hat with Brown Sheep Worsted on a circular size 8, and I put 88 stitches on for a large size---66 seems a bit small, and would probably work for a size small/child.  My guage is 6 stitches/inch in the 2 x 2 rib.  Can't wait to finish it!!!
3  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Stitch And BOTCH / Re: My sewing machine is teaching me humility. on: December 21, 2004 06:10:56 AM


I have to say, as a beginner, the Pfaff rules!  I bought the Hobby 1016 in August, not knowing I would love to sew and not knowing about accessories for the machine.  The instruction manual was awesome, learned all about the machine and how to troubleshoot.  The 1016 is a very basic machine, for about $120, but a workhorse (my first projects included sewing plastic together for messenger bags).  I purchased it at the Fabric Place in CT(www.fabricplace.com), and they have a deal where you can trade your Pfaff in and get credit for it towards the next model for up to one year--which is what I got a month later!  The Pfaff Hobby 1042 is the last machine I will need (it does some basic serging too!)--the needle moves, there are lots of  feet included (zipper foot, clear foot, buttonhole, etc) with many accessory feet to purchase also.  It also has a one step buttonhole, decorative embroidery stitches--and the list price is about 399.00.  The Pfaff and the book Sew Fast Sew Easy have made me love to sew!!
4  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: mod bag! on: December 15, 2004 08:09:24 AM
OOH!  Love it!  and the label too!!   Shocked   Just started sewing, and have completed 2 Amy Butlers---a runway bag and the new swing bag.  Just bought these chelsea bag patterns too---looks a bit complicated for the handles--was it?  Any tips to share?  

I just got some Sublime Stitching patterns too to embellish with--love the mod Eames look--have been using mod fabrics and amy butler fabric so I haven't really embellished yet.  I will try and post pics of my bags when I get home--the runway bag in mod fabric from reprodepot looks like a cousin to this bag.

Dayna
5  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Pattern or ideas for sewn golf club covers? on: December 10, 2004 11:09:55 PM
Thank you so much!  Just what I was looking for!  Didn't want to end up with a totally shapeless sock.  If you have that rockin' LHOP design available, would like to check it.

Dayna
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Pattern or ideas for sewn golf club covers? on: December 08, 2004 09:43:09 AM
Hi all,

I would like to make golf club covers (not knit) for a christmas present, but can't find patterns or ideas how to do it.  I am new to sewing but have completed lots of bags, pillows, etc, so I just need some guidance or ideas from folks who may have done something like this before.

Thanks in advance,

Dayna

7  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: golf club covers on: December 07, 2004 07:34:14 AM
Hi-

I am now sewing and wonder if any one has ideas/patterns for *sewn* golf club covers rather than knit? 

Thanks,

Dayna
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