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1  Re: "The Little Visitor Swap" Sign-ups Aug 27-September 15, Send by November 1 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by geetar! on: October 01, 2005 07:09:41 PM
I just received my partners stuffy. Here's a shot of him getting Lei'd Hawaiian style by our pool!




Yes that bundle of plastic hibiscus does infact contain a cute lil elephant!
-Hannah
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2  Does this look right to you? (PIC. HEAVY) in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by geetar! on: September 17, 2005 01:31:23 PM
Hey everyone!

I am somewhat of a novice knitter and I am trying to knit the Harry Potter scarf for the movie (dork alert!)

I'm going to try a dummy test on some yarn I had lying around I am gonna cast on and knit for a few rounds and see if I can do it, without wasting my precious and gorgeous red yarn (gryffindor all the way!). I have a few pictures of my cast ons and I am wondering if you can help me out.

I'll try to give as much info so you can help me diagnose my knitting problem.  Cry

The needles are Addi Turbo and are size 16" circular cable (US size = 8 ) and I am using PLymouth Encore Worsted Weight yarn (which it calls for in my pattern)

This is my pattern. http://knit.atypically.net/scarves/azkaban/pattern.shtml.

I am using the long tail cast on method as shown at knittinghelp.com

These are my cast on photos...



My questions...

Do these cast on's look ok to you?
What is the best cast on method for circular knitting?
and
What can I do with that bothersome tail yarn? Grr.

Thanks for all of you help. Sorry this got long... :/
-Hannah
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3  Big Beautifull Ocean Mosaic (big images) in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by geetar! on: September 04, 2005 12:52:53 AM
My mom, sister and I worked on this for amost 2 years (for about 6 months we didnt touch it so about 1 1/2) until it was finished. The drawing was mostly done by my mom and she had us paste the tiles and grout it. We did a wave, a mermaid tail and a bench. It's our guest shower, and it's pretty much an open shower. I wish I could have taken more detailed photos but oh well.


General Landscape


Vertical View


Wave/Showerhead Detail


Bright Landscape View

Enjoy!
-Hannah
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