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1  Re: Larger Than Life bag in Crochetalongs by crabby on: July 01, 2007 11:01:51 PM
Hey everyone!  I'm pretty far along on the LTL Bag - I've been a little obsessed with it!  Here is a photo of some of my progress.



I am using Tahki Cotton Classic, and I am loving it.  I have all twelve squares now, and I am currently trying to decide which color to use on a border around each block.

I have been very inspired by the Crochet-Along that the pattern's author created here (link) and the Flickr Group (link). 

My blog has the whole story from day one here.  Looking forward to seeing everyone else's bags!
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2  Short Row Hat by Veronik Avery in Knitting: Completed Projects by crabby on: January 19, 2007 05:39:48 PM
You've seen this hat a couple of times on Craftster already, but it's been a while since I posted so I thought I would add mine to the mix.



And, I'm a "nubbin" kind of gal, so I went ahead and followed the pattern to finish the top:


Project: Short Row Hat (pdf), by Veronik Avery from Winter 2005 Interweave Knits.
Yarn: Faith in colorway A-50, by AmiAmi, distributed by Ami-Itoya
Needles: Takumi bamboo straights, 7US (4.5mm)
Recipient: Me!
Notes: For more info, check my blog.
Thanks!
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3  Re: YARN DYEING 101 - KOOL AID in Dyeing: Completed Projects by crabby on: November 07, 2006 11:10:33 AM
Here is another self-striping Jaywalker sock (in progress).



I used Eunny's tutorial and Wilton's Icing dyes. So much fun!!  Thanks for all of the inspiration, ladies!
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4  Re: YARN DYEING 101 - KOOL AID in Dyeing: Completed Projects by crabby on: September 01, 2006 05:52:16 PM


I dyed some Knit Picks Bare (superwash fingering weight) and thought I'd share the results.  I used Wilton's Icing Dyes, and the brown is still not as dark as I wanted it to be. I guess brown takes a LOT of dye. Anyway, I'm knitting Jaywalker socks with it, and am loving the pattern and the stripes.
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5  Garter stitch scarf in Koigu & Kidsilk Haze in Knitting: Completed Projects by crabby on: April 05, 2006 09:20:18 AM
 

It's not anything fancy, but it sure is soft, warm, and lovely to look at.  I held together a strand of Koigu KPPPM in a green, variegated colorway and a strand of "Drab" Kidsilk Haze.  It's just over three inches wide, and almost ten feet long.  I needed a simple, satisfying project to get me over a knitting block, and this scarf did the trick.  Huzzah!
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6  My first Fair Isle hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by crabby on: January 09, 2006 07:08:25 PM
I'm so happy to have finished my first Fair Isle project!  It's not very complicated and it's not perfect, but I *love* it.  More details on my blog of you are interested (link in signature below).

 
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7  Re: My So Called Scarf & Cross-Hat-ch in Knitalongs by crabby on: December 28, 2005 09:24:28 PM
Update:  The January 2006 issue of Creative Knitting is in stores now, and features a hat, scarf, and wristwarmers in the crosshatch pattern.  Buy now if you love this pattern.

Here is a scarf and hat that I did in Manos del Uruguay as a Christmas present this year.

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8  Re: IK Fall '05 Skacel add pinwheel sweater KAL! in Knitalongs by crabby on: December 28, 2005 11:17:01 AM
So, I was totally expecting to get the yarn for this sweater for Christmas.....but I didn't!  Elann.com to the rescue, and I should have my yarn by the end of the week.  I went with the same yarn shown in the pattern, but in the Pewter colorway.  I ordered an extra ball in case my long arms eat up yarn.  Can't wait to get started!  

Homrighaus - looking forward to seeing your finished project!

**UPDATE**  I'll be casting on tonight!!  I *heart* Elann!!

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9  Re: Completed Suki in Knitting: Completed Projects by crabby on: November 09, 2005 11:33:32 AM
Nice job!  I've been wanting to make Suki for a long time - I even have the yarn!



It's the black, grey, and fuscia Wool of the Andes from KnitPicks.  I haven't decided which colors to use for which stripes - any suggestions??  I'm not going to add the fringe at the top. 

Unrelated: The green yarn in the background is Andean Silk (also from KP) for the Hourglass Sweater (which will be my first sweater...someday). 
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10  Re: panta! (from a finnish pattern). in Knitting: Completed Projects by crabby on: October 21, 2005 10:47:44 AM
Here is my version, modeled by it's recipient.

Sorry I couldn't get a better picture of it - my friend was being shy.

I have to put in a plug for the yarn that I used.  It is Needful Yarns Extra Stampato yarn, 100% merino and very soft.  Each ply is a different color and they change throughout the ball.  It was very fun to knit with.  I used size seven needles, and knit the band 21" around.  When I finished, I had about 2" of the ball left. 
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