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1  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Leaf Pullover- Interweave knits, Loop-d-loop book on: October 06, 2005 03:24:58 PM
please be honest-- should i redo this grafting?

how noticeable is it???!!!
2  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Leaf Pullover- Interweave knits, Loop-d-loop book on: October 02, 2005 02:17:24 PM
I think it looks right... we shall see when i get it together enough to post pics... Now I'm to the part where I graft top and bottom together... i wanted to do that before i sewed the sleeves in... what i'm thinking is to not bind off the upper piece and graft them together just like a pair of socks on two needles... has anyone else tried this?  i don't see the point of binding off the top piece.
3  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Leaf Pullover- Interweave knits, Loop-d-loop book on: September 30, 2005 07:38:35 AM
My Filtes Van Dyck just arrived yesterday and I have begun knitting the lower body... This is my first time reading a lace chart and I wanted a little feedback to see if I am doing it right... My husband actually figured out the "LT" part of the chart which i was doing wrong... As for the "RT" what I'm ending up with looks like a k1f&b with a little "bar" going across the second stitch. 

here's what I'm doing... sticking the right hand needle into the second stitch on the lefthand needle and doing everything to knit it, except taking it off the left hand needle.  then i sort of double-back and knit the first stitch and pull them both off???  it also creates a little hole... Is this right?  someone help!  thanks!
4  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Projects from "Loop-d-Loop" on: July 07, 2005 06:44:11 AM
gloriana and yahaira, thanks for the positive feedback on my ballet pullover!  gloriana,  i'm familiar with your blog-- i found it one day when i was looking for examples of the cabaret raglan knitted from that same issue of interweave knits.  you are a wonderful, accomplished knitter!  who knew there was so much knitting in shakespeare?!? 
5  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Projects from "Loop-d-Loop" on: June 29, 2005 01:28:19 PM
Here is the ballet top as the pattern was printed in last summer's IK.  I finished it a month or two ago, but I just learned how to compress photos so that I could post them here. 


6  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Re: umbilical cord baby hat on: June 28, 2005 07:44:06 AM
Here are some unisex umbilical cord hats I knitted for a mystery baby due in November.  I used Peaches N Creme 100% cotton, which only costs about $1.25 per ball.  I made some with and without the umbilical cord
to change it up a bit, since they are all for the same baby.



Here is one in Clemson Tigers colors with no umbilical cord.

7  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Projects from "Last Minute Knitted Gifts" on: June 28, 2005 07:27:01 AM


This scarf is inspired by the men's rustic scarf (or whatever it is called... i lent the book to my mom-in-law)  It's the feminine version, i suppose, but knitted horizontally in plain ole garter stitch.  i've wanted to make a vertically-striped scarf for some time but never thought of doing it this way!



8  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Knitty's womb on: June 28, 2005 07:14:54 AM


I knitted up the womb for a pregnant friend as a little mascot... Modelled here by my lovely new puppy, Merle.
9  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Re: Bunny Hat! on: June 15, 2005 05:08:08 AM
These posts have really helped me as I'm working on this hat...  Question for the designer....  Are the sizes pretty true?  Do you think the hat you knitting up for your son will fit him at 12 mos?  I'm knitting this hat up a commissioned project for a new baby in a friend's family.  This baby lives in Chicago was born a month or so ago... So basically I'm wondering if the hat is going to fit the baby's head when winter rolls around?  Should I make the bigger size, anyone???  The photos of the side view of the hat really helped me understand the construction!  Thanks, again.  Any feedback would be wonderful...
10  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Re: Om Yoga Mat Bag on: May 07, 2005 10:08:18 AM
The bag turned out OK... like you said, a little taller than the photo depicted, so as a result, i decided it didn't really need a drawstring.  with the strap attached, the bag covers the entire yoga mat.  however,  i don't think mom will mind (or notice.)  as it turns out, i had enough yarn and am using the leftovers to knit one of those reverse-bloom flower washcloths from weekend knitting.  i'm trying to figure out how to post images but all of mine are too big to use the craftster picture hosting thing!

thanks for your feedback...  if i ever knit another one, i'll know.  i wonder why the pattern calls for two skeins?

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