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1  Knitting bag for projects in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by artteacher on: November 18, 2007 03:55:59 AM
 
I made a 'bag' to carry small knitting projects around...
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2  Easy knitted slippers in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: November 14, 2007 01:38:16 AM

For the pattern and more information- check out my blog.  Thanks!
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3  'KIM BOP' for Troubles the cat.. in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: September 25, 2007 06:02:34 AM
I currently live in Korea and a very common food is "KIM BOP"  (bop is the word for rice) it's like a veggie version of sushi.  Sea weed wrap on the outside and the inside has a layer of rice, carrots, cucumber and a few other veggies and sometimes even some cooked egg.  It is served sliced- but, I wanted to keep it whole so the cat would be able to play with it.   I sewed it all together so it wouldn't come apart in kitty attack play.

I made it for a nice elderly lady that I know in the states- to give to the stray that she has adopted.  She calls him:  TROUBLE

I don't have a cat- so, I had to use a 'stand in' cat.


Here are the parts...

A close up of the veggies and rice...


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4  Re: My version of the bubble stitch purse in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: September 22, 2007 06:58:14 PM
I had forgotten that I'd taken this photo of the other knits out of the same brand/type of yarn and you can see the purse in it's beginning stages.  The hat and scarves are for donation for charity.

And, thanks everyone-- and do think about knitting a purse out of the stitch it was super easy and a fast knit.  I knitted this just in a few days and it was off and on knitting.

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5  My version of the bubble stitch purse in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: September 22, 2007 06:19:03 PM
I really liked a knit stitch that I saw here and made a purse using the same stitch.  It is a Christmas gift- problem is.. I kinda want to keep it for myself. 







Here's the bubble stitch for the first purse: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=175361.0
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6  I found my knitting mojo again-- with a felted purse! in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: September 11, 2007 05:09:40 AM
I hadn't knitting anything in almost 4 months and it finally took a 20 hour flight-- to inspire me to start knitting again.. and here is the purse that I recently finished.

It's a multi-colored wool yarn that I had bought a couple of years ago-  I did it in the entrelac stitch pattern.  The colors muted nicely when it felted and it looks like a pile of fall leaves- however, they are much brighter than what shows in the photo.  The handle is in soft shades of green that exactly match the greens in the purse.  (even though it doesn't look that way in the photo either!)  Sad 



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7  Re: Projects from "Last Minute Knitted Gifts" in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: May 02, 2007 02:03:31 PM
Here's a photo of the RED SCRAF projects.. The one of the far left is out of the 'fake noro yarn'.. 100% acrylic.. 2 yarns.. one pink and one in the purple/cranberry family.  This is the scarf pattern in "LAST MINUTE KNTTED GIFTS"

This is the best photo that I have of it.  Sorry.


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8  Re: Projects from "Last Minute Knitted Gifts" in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: May 02, 2007 05:31:38 AM
I made this scarf a couple months ago.

It took 2 skeins of yarn.

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9  Side closing baby cardigan in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: April 07, 2007 07:53:50 PM
This is based 'loosely' on the Sweet Pea cardigan pattern.  Well, truthfully.. only in the fact that it has a 'side closure' and I did use the open stitch pattern on the bottom ribbed area.  Everything else- is totally changed.   

The yarn is 100% wool- machine washable and very soft.

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10  Re: some Easter cuteness in Knitting: Completed Projects by artteacher on: March 25, 2007 03:58:13 PM
Thanks for putting the pattern link on for me-- I've been sick (bronchitis) and wasn't thinking clearly.   

Last year, I made some chickens that the egg slips under the bodies of the chicken.  (The plastic or real egg will rest sideways)  I'll see if I can find a photo and add it here and you can just look at the photo and figure it out too.  I didn't write anything down and you have to change the stitches/etc to allow for the differences in yarn.

*I just made 'how to' knit them up.. but, there are patterns like it out there.. just do a search.. or I'll see if I can figure out how do them again.  I sent one to my adult friends.. I figured you weren't too old for Easter cuteness.  Cheesy

Here they are.. They are easy to do.. knitted in one flat piece and then sewn together.  If you are interested- I'll try to write up a pattern.
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