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1  Re: Scarf hoodie - w/ pattern in Knitting: Completed Projects by cameras4toys on: January 29, 2007 04:00:49 PM
I made one in white for my friend in Italy, she was so excited and e-mailed me this photo right away.
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2  Cabled Chunky Turtleneck - Vouge Fall/06 in Knitting: Completed Projects by cameras4toys on: August 16, 2006 02:33:42 PM


Pattern: Tahki Stacy Charles - Esther Yun-Mancini's Cabled Chunky Turtleneck Vouge Fall/06 Advertising section.
Yarn used: Lion Brand Alpaka, 30% Alpaca, 30% Wool, 40% Acrylic.

Details: The was a quick knit with a totally different yarn than the pattern was designed for. Luckily I made the sleeves a lot longer and the body longer as well, probably by 5 inches. When I put it on, it fits just right, the measurements, seem pretty petite to me.
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3  Felted sweater quilt in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by cameras4toys on: August 09, 2006 03:53:30 PM


This is a 3 ft x 3 ft  square. Any suggestion on what to use for an edge? I was thinking a light batting in beween the wool and a natural colored flannel fabric on the back.

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4  Re: Scarf hoodie - w/ pattern in Knitting: Completed Projects by cameras4toys on: August 09, 2006 12:13:52 PM
*wisted*  Grin
The new pictures look great! is there a larger version of the bottom middle one?  if so, I'd like to see it. I'm interested in the joint of the hoodie and the scarf, if that makes any sense.
Since I'm not a knitter I'm trying to look at the construction of yours and see if I could maybe sew one.
Thanks! And sorry to be such a pest Undecided

Here is a drawing of the design:
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5  Widdershins from Knitty in Knitting: Completed Projects by cameras4toys on: July 28, 2006 04:43:12 PM


I really enjoyed making these, I prefer a providional cast-on, short-row toe, but the heel contruction is brilliant!!
If you make these, make sure to note the larger than normal sock yarn gauge. Cascade Fixation is what I used.

More details in my finished projects gallery
http://d-madeknittinggallery.blogspot.com/2006/07/widdershins-socks.html
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6  A-line skirt - McCall's 4306 in Sewing Pattern Reviews by cameras4toys on: May 29, 2006 09:08:30 PM




I am very happy with how this skirt turned out! The waistband uses crossgrain ribbon. It looks and feels great. I wear size 10 women's jeans and made size 18 on the pattern.
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7  Knit Cuffs - wristwarmers in Knitting: Completed Projects by cameras4toys on: March 01, 2006 03:22:22 PM
I am totally in love with my wristwarmers now that I've tried them. They just keep your wrist veins pumping warm.

Here is my first pair - made with a pattern from "One of Susannas"


and my next pair is of my own design (called the Duffer Cuff)  THe argyle chart is insired by "See Eunny Knit!"


I've posted the http://www.d-made.com/knitting/patterns/patterns.html pattern for the Duffer Cuff on my free patterns page.

The Duffer Cuff is a great project for practicing two-color knitting and an alternate use for sock yarn.
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8  Re: Vogue Winter 04/05 #23 shawl~collared pullover in Knitalongs by cameras4toys on: January 23, 2006 01:19:22 PM
Here is what the collar looks like when it is done.

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9  Re: Vogue Winter 04/05 #23 shawl~collared pullover in Knitalongs by cameras4toys on: January 23, 2006 01:16:59 PM
I finished my sweater and it fits perfect. But that required exteding the arms to 19.5" rather than 17".



My knitting gallery: http://d-madeknittinggallery.blogspot.com/2006/01/shawl-collar-sweater.html
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10  Re: Vogue Winter 04/05 #23 shawl~collared pullover in Knitalongs by cameras4toys on: January 22, 2006 02:49:07 PM
I'm about to finish this sweater - maybe today. I am confused with the collar. It says to knit 3.5" from beginning after casting on the lastt 33 sts on each end. I have 4" now. Is it supposed to be 3.5" from the last cast on edge? I am going to have to assume that.

Here is my front and back - I am also using Elann - Peruvian Highland Wool and I can tell this is going to be one of my most flattering knit sweaters. I know this yarn will pill, but I have a electric sweater shaver.
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