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1  Baby French Octopi in Knitting: Completed Projects by sallysparks on: February 27, 2006 03:17:25 AM
For Valentine's Day, I quickly knit up this little pair. What do you think?

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2  French Baby Octopi in Knitting: Completed Projects by sallysparks on: February 26, 2006 01:57:24 PM
As a Valentine's Day gift, I quickly knit up this brother and sister set. They're French!

Huit                                                           He has a snazzy little beret in brown wool.


Petit                                         She has a ponytail and bangs of matching brown wool.


The colors in the pics are kinda off, they're a pretty baby blue yarn. Just about actual size!

Their tags are on cardstock just to introduce themselves and are removeable. What do you think?
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3  Baby French Octopi in Knitting: Completed Projects by sallysparks on: February 26, 2006 01:53:58 PM
As a Valentine's Day gift, I quickly knit up this brother and sister set. What do you think?

Huit                                                           He has a snazzy little beret in brown wool.


Petit                                         She has a ponytail and bangs of matching brown wool.


The colors in the pics are kinda off, they're a pretty baby blue yarn. Just about actual size!

Their tags are on cardstock just to introduce themselves and can be removed.
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4  Re:Ocho the Octopus in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by sallysparks on: March 17, 2004 02:59:07 PM
OK. Sorry everybody! I've just moved across country and it took me a while to get online so I'm sorry for those of you who haven't been able to see the octopus directions.

hopefully this will work.



http://img21.photobucket.com/albums/v62/sallysparks/octopus.jpg
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5  Felt Flower Pins in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by sallysparks on: February 13, 2004 06:28:37 PM
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6  Ocho the Octopus in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by sallysparks on: February 09, 2004 06:55:25 PM
 

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7  Whale of a Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by sallysparks on: February 09, 2004 06:37:41 PM
Here's my favorite handmade scarf. It's a simple K1P1 rib out of leftover yarn on size 9 needles. I found this super cute whale in a bag of random patches at a thrift store and simply sewed it onto the finished scarf.



close up of whale patch:


This is my first successful ribbing project. For a long time, my scarves were ending up as long tubes because the sides were rolling. At the time, I only knew the stockinette stitch (sp?) so when I discovered the seed stitch and once I embraced the idea of ribbing, my scarves have been nice and flat ever since!   Grin
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8  Re:Smurf Dress from Sheets in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by sallysparks on: February 06, 2004 12:22:24 PM
What is a flat-feld seam?



Does that explain it? It's basically a really nice touch to a boring seam and it also is really functional since it hides all the seam allowances up nice without serging or pinking the edges.
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9  Re:Smurf Dress from Sheets in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by sallysparks on: February 05, 2004 11:02:02 PM
Oh, and off topic--> I couldn't help but notice your tattoo... what is it? I can't see  Cry


it's my bulldog, Bella , RIP
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10  Smurf Dress from Sheets in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by sallysparks on: February 05, 2004 09:38:09 PM
Here's a dress that I made from a bedsheet that I found at the Goodwill. Super comfy and soft, very unique print, and way cheap (I think I only paid $1 for a twin-sized bed's worth of fabric!)

front:



closer up:



back:



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