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1  Dali-style self-portrait in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by anaknitz on: May 01, 2011 09:52:57 AM
Another High school piece, it's the largest thing I've painted: 24x36 inch, and probably one of my favorites!



The photo doesn't really do it justice, the colors are much brighter in the real life version so this looks a bit washed out, but it gets the idea across.

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2  cleaning supplies still life in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by anaknitz on: April 18, 2011 07:13:27 PM
This is actually a rather old piece of work from high school but I ran into the picture recently and found it kind of amusing so I thought I'd post it.



It's an 18X24 inch conte crayon drawing (I used yarn for the mop heads so it's kinda multimedia). My Art teacher thought it would be oh so fascinating to make cleaning supplies into a still life. At the time I thought it was kind of stupid but I kind of find it entertaining now.
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3  Slouchy Hats-First Post!! in Knitting: Completed Projects by anaknitz on: March 11, 2011 09:57:29 AM
I've been lurking craftster for YEARS and finally got the guts to get an account, so to celebrate I'm sharing probably some of the most loved and useful projects I've made: Some simple slouchy hats

Blue= Hobby Lobby's I love this yarn, Gray/ Green = Lion Brand Wool Ease








They're super warm and have officially lasted me two winters with very little pilling and a tiny bit of stretching.

I also love the fact that they're large enough to fit the entirety of my hair, since I have very thick hair, and stay on without sliding.

Here's the pattern (not made by me):http://knittichristi.wordpress.com/free-patterns/my-striped-slouchy-hat/
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