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1  Re: iPod Cozies in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: February 04, 2006 03:30:31 PM

It's made for an iPod but my phone is in there to keep its shape.
Leftover Bernat Lovebug yarn in bettle blue (discontinued) using size 2 straight needles in a 2 x 2 rib, just like the other cozy above!
More photos: Here
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2  Re: Assorted Free Patttern Links in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by urbanlatinfemale on: January 28, 2006 02:54:03 PM
There are some nice free patterns in French at Bergere de france .


Oh wow thank you,.. my basic french/spanish skills helped me navigate the site and find this:

On this page. Ooh La La!
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3  Chunky hat from MIDNIGHT KNITTER in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: January 20, 2006 01:06:28 PM
I just made the hat on that link, Knit.  Here I am using my left over yarn called Landscapes, plz refer to my Knit Wood Handled Bag Post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=68277.0 for info on it.

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4  Re: Cabled hand bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: January 13, 2006 09:54:08 PM
Hey I found this bag under the archives of Christina's website

Link to site: http://www.christinacarusocreations.com Look under Accesories > Archives
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5  Re: Cabled hand bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: January 11, 2006 06:51:53 PM
well I'm going to replay that episode right now and see...

Taking screenshots (image capture) from your DVD on the computer with winXP is difficult. Use the Configure menu and turn OFF hardware acceleration or else your screenshots will be black, whether using the print screen button or the built-in software screen capture. I only wish someone told me this 4 hours ago.

new screenshots of miranda and carrie in the itchy tacky wedding shop coming up!

Yeah I'm defenitely knitting these up.. so far i counted 23 sts during the counter scene, so that leaves about 7 more behind the counter.. I'm guessing super bulky yarn on size 11 + needles with old vintage wood size 15 needles/dowels (try ebay). if we all try we can learn from our mistakes!

Season: 4 Episode: 15 "A Change of A Dress"
YES I have the Collectors Edition Set and am going nuts with it - its faux pink suede!  Cool


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6  Re: Cabled hand bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: January 11, 2006 06:41:43 PM
Sex & The City Season: 4 Episode: 18 "I Heart NY"
 Ladies I think this is where it all began ...

Raise your hand if you're in for a knit-a-long!
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7  Re: sexy crochet tops/bikini - help in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by urbanlatinfemale on: December 27, 2005 10:40:39 PM
since you guys have been able to get a pattern from one of the bikinis at my bikini brazil, could someone help me figure out the star crocheted bikini?

I'm guessing that I should measure how many sts i'll need at the base and work my way up, dec twice  at beg of each row, and when at the nipple start short-rows (like in knitting) that are half the width of the rows below and then sew together?

PS - how about someone crafty figure out the pattern for that particular bikini bottom,  Wink

My technique works, just trust me.. I only made one cup, so don't think I'm posting a pick of me holding it on!  Cheesy

For you smaller busted women here's my patt:

CH (The desired width OR) 22, dhc to end.

Row 1: *ch2 dec once, dhc to end*
Rows 3 - 7: rep row 1
Rows 8 - 14: ch 2, dhc 9 st, turn repeat. 

increase the sts according to coverage and size .. if you are large and want minimal coverage.. by all means give it a go.  I ripped twice using cotton yarn and it survived.. Good Luck, hope you like it! 

****EDIT*** The seam will fit better worn on the bottom, not the side, although if you wear it on side, it should be towards your back!  Enjoy the pattern, and defeintely more pics  Wink

There was a question about using the short-row technique.  This isn't knitting, this is crocheting therefore, when you get 9 double half crochet's into that row, STOP and turn the piece and continue double crocheting for 5 rows.. That's it.
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8  Re: Knit Wood Handle Bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: December 17, 2005 05:33:57 PM

This is what the yarn really looks like...  Undecided

Thanks, I'll knit more, in the other colors that this yarn comes in!
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9  Knit Wood Handle Bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by urbanlatinfemale on: December 17, 2005 05:24:03 PM
I stayed up all night knitting this :

Sorry for the crap quality, from my webcam.. I'll post a better shot in the morning.
I got the idea for it here: http://www.etsy.com/view_item.php?listing_id=17378&pic_id=1

The handles are from M & J Trimming on 6th ave and 38th st in NYC
Handle Page:http://www.mjtrim.com/catalog/product.aspx?product=30515&variant=---NAT-ALL

The yarn is Lion Brand Yarn Landscapes in #237 Spring Desert, 2 Skeins. 
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