dude thats freaking awsome, I love the idea of duct tape because me and electrical tape have never got along.... i wonder if the stick and peel vinyel things would work too. My boyfriend works in the vinyel room at Overtons so he's always giving me little scraps and stuff
These are the instructions that I found in a book I have to knit a open petal posy. The book is called "Cool Stuff, Teach Me To Knit"
Size 8 needles 7 yards for each Posy
Cast on 81 Stitches Step 1: Bind of your frist stitch and place a marker
Step 2: Bind of the next 16 stitches and place another marker. Continue binding off 16 stitches and placing markers until there are 15 stitches remaning on the left needle, then bind off the remaining stiches. Leaving an arm's length of yarn for sewing, cut the working yarn.
Thread the yar needle with the long end. Fold the strip like a fan so that all the marked stitches are together. Inserting the needle in the first marked stitch, weave the needle and yarn through each marked stitch and through the last bound off stitch. Pull the yarn up tightly. Remove the markers. Knot the yarn ends together and cut the yarn close to the project.
I havent tackled this project yet because I'm still learning but as soon as I do, it's going to be one of the first things i try
Saraschino, You could take all the cards and string them in a curtain like some people do with old or scratched cds. Also you could try and tie them all together and make the cover to a journal or something with them...