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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / The Purllace Hat on: June 28, 2011 09:15:36 PM
So if you read WIP Wednesday, you'll note that this is the last project I posted.



Unfortunately, no pictures of it on my head because I had to take them myself and let's just say that my favourite pic from the shoot included most of my face and the hat being cut off.

It's a pretty basic hat that I designed myself because I like to improvise.

If there are any beginner hat knitters out there who want it, I'll be happy to post the pattern. It's super-easy since all the increases are yarn overs and there are no decreases because it's top-down and in the round... which may make it a little tricky, now that I think about it.
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / French-Knitted T-Shirt Scarf on: August 21, 2009 06:31:15 AM
I'm still not sure whether this is the most disgusting or the most awesome scarf I've ever made. (It's not that hard to be either since I've only made three before in my life.)


Sorry the pics are awful. One thing I am not is a photographer.

Here's the detail: It's basically just strips of t-shirt knotted then knitted together.


And if anyone does decide that it is the most awesome scarf, I can post a tute.
3  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Harry Potter journals from Calendars on: August 15, 2009 02:58:34 AM
Behold my new journals:


I was making a photo journal (which is another story) and was gluing the pages together when I realised that I already have a glued together stack of paper that I'll never use- my 2006 Harry Potter desk calendar. Then figured that since I was going to be making books out of that, why not use my 2005 Harry Potter wall calendar for the covers?


Front covers: The first two are covered with pages from the wall calendar. The third blue one is just a watercoloured piece of sketch paper with an image of Draco Malfoy from a battered old poster I had. Oh, and the first one also has a book label that I had lying around because the cover still looked a little bare.


Back covers

And I keep calling them journals, but really I'm going to use them to write stories in, because that's what I do. Cheesy
4  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Introduce Yourself / Introducing... Me! on: August 12, 2009 06:07:34 AM
Hello Craftsters!

I'm Karina and I'm from Sydney, Australia. I am super excited about this forum.

Actually, I've been 'super excited' about this place for years, now. I've been an on and off visitor for the past three-ish years, as far as I remember.

Right now I'm into papercrafting, but I'll probably make the rounds in the rest of the forums eventually.  Grin
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