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11  Re: crafty detective swap round 2 in The Swap Gallery by mllejessy on: March 22, 2007 06:01:14 AM
Hotty, I'm in the HP end swap too.

Hey, I received from Mimik last night!  Such awesomely cute stuff; thanks!!!  I got the perfect spring purse, an altered tin, a bunch of fabric, a wind-up plastic frog, and some nail polish (especially good for me right now b/c I'm trying HARD to stop biting my nails.)
I took pictures and I'll post them this afternoon.
Thanks again!

ETA: Pictures!!



There's fabric with cherries at the back there--all very cute.  Sorry the picture's so dark.  Also, I got a GREAT idea for the bird fabric and the Harry Potter swap.


Great job stalking me, mimik!
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12  argosy and a lace leaf pullover in Knitting: Completed Projects by mllejessy on: March 05, 2007 11:47:28 AM
I had a snow day awhile ago and finished things!



Lamb's Pride Bulky in Pine.  I took out the collar and just had a plain top--I don't like things on my neck all like that.



Knitty's Argosy in Patton's SWS, blocking.  I really love how this turned out.
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13  Isadora Quagmire Mitts--Now with pattern notes! in Knitting: Completed Projects by mllejessy on: January 31, 2007 08:52:59 PM


It's Koigu sock yarn, less then one skein for both mitts.
I used the Snicket sock pattern from magknits for the cable-y bits and based the thumb  gussets of Fetching from Knitty.  That's why they're named after Isadora: she's another Snicket character, a favorite of mine, and for a time, Klaus found her quite fetching.

ETA:
Here's my mods, notes, etc.

http://magknits.com/Sept06/patterns/snicket.htm
http://www.knitty.com/issuesummer06/PATTfetching.html

co 66
8 rows knit into back 1 purl 2
The Snicket sock cable pattern is 20 rows.  I did 2 repeats (total of 40 rows).
Thumb opening: knit 15 onto waste yarn, slip back to left needle, knit again with working yarn.
Continue cable pattern for another 10 rows.
5 rows knit into back 1 purl 2 rib.
bo

Take thumb hole off waste yarn and pick up a few stitches at the sides so that there are 36 stitches all together (I used 3 dpns, so each had 12).*
8 rows knit into back 1 purl 2 rib
bo

If this is confusing to anyone, just let me know.  Thanks for all the compliments too, you guys!


*I'm really bad at picking up stitches evenly, but I'm sure someone else could tell you how and where to pick up the side ones the best.
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14  Re: Magic Yarn Ball Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by mllejessy on: September 25, 2006 01:20:55 PM
Prepare for jealousy!!
What was in the box (once I finally rescued it from UPS's evil clutches)


Underneath the grey yarn was


Here's everything!  (and a couple furry jerks Wink )


Here's some of it close up:


shylittlegoddess was AWESOME!  So much of the stuff was from my wists (little plastic charms, that green felt stuffie guy, felted soap, lavendar smelly stuff [which made the yarn smell yummy, which is currently making all my yarn smell yummy], even the tan/brown/light purple yarn colorway is something I mentioned there!)
Plus lots of pretty jewelry, super cute button stitch markers, um...am I forgetting anything?  I love all of it!
And now I've got 2 center pull balls of sock yarn rarin' to go, as soon as I finish up a bunch of stuff ahead of it in line

Thanks so so much!
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15  oh, I am so Fetching. in Knitting: Completed Projects by mllejessy on: September 12, 2006 09:41:05 AM
I finished 'em last night.  I used the yarn listed on the pattern (Fetching from the summer Knitty) in black.  I used 7s instead of the recommended 6s because I'm a CRAZY TIGHT knitter when it comes to dpns, plus I wanted a little room for layering underneath.

And just to prove I did make both of them:


I love them!  And I feel so much more confident about cables now, too.
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16  Re: foc swap 3 gallery! in The Swap Gallery by mllejessy on: September 07, 2006 08:48:51 AM
craft_t_chic got her thank you package (after it spent a good couple weeks traipsing around Ohio  Wink ), so I figured I'd post the pictures I actually remembered to take before sending it off.

She had the Knitty Nagano Sakura (http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring06/PATTsakura.html) wisted, so I made that (if anyone wants my yarn subs, etc, let me know).



...and modeled quite stoicly by yours truly

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17  Re: Fruits Basket Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by mllejessy on: August 15, 2006 09:39:30 AM
Pictures!!  Finally!!  Grin

Here's the awesome stuff sexylilsushiroll sent me:



Plus, I got the first DVD, a manga magazine, and a postcard!
I totally love it all--clay Kyo is on my desk at work, and I'm planning on taking Mogeta to the anime club I run to show off to my crew.  Thanks again!
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18  I made a pleated skirt! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by mllejessy on: July 28, 2006 10:20:25 AM
I'm still not sure if I feel comfy wearing it out in daylight yet.  Out dancing at night is another matter.  It's a little small, and a tad uneven.
I used the instructions in a book called "I want to make my own clothes" or something I bought for the library and map-printed fabric from the $1/yard table at walmart.
Ironing pleats when your "ironing board" is the floor kills your back...



So, be perfectly honest--how flattering is this?
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19  Re: FOC swap 3 reveal!! in The Swap Gallery by mllejessy on: July 28, 2006 10:14:02 AM
FOC 3 recap:


package 1


Package 2


package 3/birthday package


package 3.5


package 4 (+ a prom glass, a Keith Haring postcard {there was an exhibit b/c he's from Reading, did you know that?}, a pretty owl notecard, and some dinosaur and sea creature sponge capsules)

all from the FABULOUS Craft_T_Chic!  Thanks so, so much!  I love it all.  I use the cassette bag every day; I'm wearing Gir today, I'm now obsessed with the gum; etc etc etc  Grin

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20  Re: foc swap 3 gallery! in The Swap Gallery by mllejessy on: July 28, 2006 10:02:35 AM
I got my last package! 
I GOT A GLITTERY GIR SHIRT!  (I'm very excited  Grin )

(I'm wearing it today, which is nice b/c I'm having kind of a crummy day.)

My FOC is an excellent stalker!  She sent 2 packages of those capsule-sponge things I mentioned in an earlier post, AND she saw that I collect other people's prom glasses:


Thanks so much for everything, _____!
(head to the reveal gallery to fill in the blank)
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