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1  Heavily modified lacy hug-me-tight in Knitting: Completed Projects by kellie_marie on: March 04, 2007 03:33:34 PM
Here's my take on the Lacy Hug-Me-Tight from Tracey Ullman and Mel Clark's Knit 2 Together:



This was a bit of a challenge only because I redesigned a lot of the details to suit my taste. Other than that, the pattern was just loads and loads of k2, p2 ribbing! I used Blue Sky Alpacas' Alpaca & Silk, which is my current favorite yarn, so I loved worked on this even when I was frustrated with design elements!

More details and pictures can be found on ye olde blog.
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2  Hex Coat from Knitting Nature in Knitting: Completed Projects by kellie_marie on: August 12, 2006 08:23:19 PM
At long last, here's my finished Hex Coat:



I'm so happy to have finished it! You can read a bit more about it on my blog: http://www.cottageknitting.blogspot.com/
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3  Re: Twisty Vest in Knitting: Completed Projects by kellie_marie on: June 26, 2006 01:27:44 PM
At long last, here's my twisty top:



Sorry it took me so long to post it! I have a variety of excuses, but I won't bore you all with them! Anyway, it's finally finished and I'm pretty happy with it. You can read more details on my blog (http://cottageknitting.blogspot.com), but here's some basic info:

Pattern: Gabrielle Hamill's in VK Spring/Summer '05
Yarn: KnitPicks Shine Sport in Willow
Notes: Very easy pattern, and would be a very quick pattern if I had a longer attention span and my crochet needle didn't break in half while I was trying to finish the edging!

Thanks, knitchick2 for giving me the inspiration to finish my top!

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4  Wine Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by kellie_marie on: May 29, 2005 08:17:58 PM
I just started knitting, and the only yarn I have is a little ball of pastel colored mystery yarn, so I've been trying to think of little projects to do. Today I made this little "wine scarf." It's just a knitted strip to wrap around the neck of the wine bottle so that it doesn't drip on the table after you pour it. Now that I'm about to finish graduate school, I figure I need to stop getting wine stains all over my important papers! Anyway, here's some pictures:







All I did was knit a strip with a wide button hole in one end, and I decreased a little on the other end to make it easier to get the strip through the hole.

I hope you all like it and thanks for looking!

Kellie
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5  Re: iPod Cozies in Knitting: Completed Projects by kellie_marie on: May 25, 2005 10:24:38 PM
Hi...This is my first post. In a fit of procrastination when finishing my MA thesis last week, I finally got around to teaching myself how to knit. Other than a deformed little cat toy, this is my first completed project. It's also a little deformed, but this time I wanted it that way! I'm thinking of calling him IPutz.

kellie




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