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1  Re: One Skein Stirling Cloche NOW WITH PATTERN, pg. 6! in Knitting: Completed Projects by princessliak on: July 26, 2006 05:57:41 AM
I finished it up, but how stiff is your fabric?  My hat seems rather limp, but it is the correct size.  I don't know if I should felt it more or not!  It does look like a gumdrop!



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2  Adorable Baby Sweater in Knitting: Completed Projects by princessliak on: June 08, 2006 11:14:50 AM


This is my first sweater (for human or baby) and I love it.  I just keep looking at it, saying how darn cute it is.  It is from Jil Eaton's "Minnies" (with a few changes) - I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book.  I used Paton's wool and also adore the oatmealy color and natural look!
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3  Laundry Bag - pink + brown! in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by princessliak on: May 14, 2006 02:42:38 PM
I was requested to personalize a wal-mart laundry bag for a college bound graduate.  I couldn't bring myself to do this and so I made this "M" laundry bag.  I heart the colors and am going to use the scraps for something wonderful for myself, though the brown stripes were dizzing to sew!



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4  Re: Clapotis from Knitty in Knitalongs by princessliak on: March 05, 2006 07:30:38 PM
I finished it and love it.  I wore it all night - it goes well with pajamas!  I used 1.75 skeins of Red Heart Luster Sheen in Ocean with size 7 needles.  I did one extra repete of the straight sections, but wish I had done a few more.

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5  Re: Altoid Tin Themed Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by princessliak on: February 26, 2006 05:30:00 AM
I received my tin from meowari and it is so wonderful - it is all pink and brown, a wonderful color combination!  The tin is covered and opens better than any covered tin I have ever seen (it is now holding my knitting notions!).  The treats inside were a small pouch, a flower pin, bracelet and necklace that I am wearing out tonight!  So fabulous!

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6  Re: Altoid Tin Themed Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by princessliak on: February 24, 2006 09:46:44 AM
I just received a wonderful RELAX tin from tantrum - it is so darn creative I can't believe it.  It had a tin and the black and white disk spins!  Yep!  Amazing.  There was also a little book that had a chocolate (past tense, gone...), some tea (in a cup now) and some Burt's Bees stuff.  YIPEE - it isn't working though, I am so excited by the tin and not relaxed!!!  





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7  Re: Altoid Tin Themed Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by princessliak on: February 23, 2006 05:35:44 AM
This is the only picture I have of the tin I sent to my other partner.  It was a Tiki Tin!  Umbrellas for tiki drinks, beach-y stuff and some other things I can't remember!

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8  Re: Clapotis from Knitty in Knitalongs by princessliak on: February 18, 2006 06:06:57 AM
I love knitting this - it is perfect for watching TV or taking to my knitting group!  I am knitting it with Red Heart Luster Sheen (it is a mercenized cotton) - knitting turned me onto natural fibers and higher end yarn (called a yarn snob at times!), but I love this stuff.  It is soft and silky with draping quality and all of my favorite colors.  I need to retract all of my Red Heart bashing of the past.

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9  Stitch Holders for the cheap in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by princessliak on: January 24, 2006 11:03:23 AM


I am making long arm warmers and needed to put the stitches on stitch holders so I can make the other one before I do the thumb gussets.  I am stitch holder-less and just used some big paper clips!  They work great, are portable, cheap and re-usable!
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10  Another Irish Hiking Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by princessliak on: January 04, 2006 04:28:21 PM
I loved knitting this, it is the most wonderful pattern.  It basically is just a row on the front and one on the back and then the cable row.  You just memorize these and away you go.  It was a great project for watching TV.  I used Cascade 220 and I love it.

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