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231  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / I made these ones on: August 28, 2005 11:12:12 AM
I made these mitts with your pattern



I also added pockets:

Needles:Same as used for mitts
Gauge: Same as mitts
Yarn: Same as mitts

CO 11 stitches. Knit for however long you want the pockets to be minus about 3/4 in. in stockinette. Knit two rows garter stitch. Knit 5, yo, k2tog, K rem. 5. Do one more garter row. BO. Sew to mitt and do second pocet the same. Add buttons.

The mitts+the pockets took about 1 oz of canon bliss yarn.

Here's the post I posted the other furry green things I made (hat and scarf) http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=50629.msg467581#msg467581
232  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Scarf and Hat Group on: August 28, 2005 11:07:33 AM
Just thought that lots of people are making easy stuff like hats and scarves and, if they don't use a really cool stitch pattern, are useless to post a new topic for. So you can post all of your simple things here!


I made this furry green childrens set for me who has a matching coat.

Here it is:



I made all of it with about 5 oz (almost 4 balls) total of canon bliss yarn. (The light green color)

 
The scarf I made with a simple k1 p1 rib the whole way down with size 8 needles. It took 3 oz.

The hat   I made withBev's Basic Hat Pattern without the pompom with size 8 needles. It took about 1.75 oz, a bit more than one 1.5 oz ball.

The mitts I made with (Girlypirate's Easy pattern) I don't know if you can tell but I added pockets on them for a reason I have no idea of now.

Needles:Same as used for mitts
Gauge: Same as mitts
Yarn: Same as mitts

CO 11 stitches. Knit for however long you want the pockets to be minus about 3/4 in. in stockinette. Knit two rows garter stitch. Knit 5, yo, k2tog, K rem. 5. Do one more garter row. BO. Sew to mitt and do second pocet the same. Add buttons.

The mitts+the pockets took about 1 oz of yarn.



I'm making a set for my cousin Carly. She's like five years old.


This is with Bevs Hat pattern with size 10 needles and in the smallest little kid size.


And this is boring and in garter stitch, probably why I've been putting it off. I put the ball in there so you could see my pathetic progress with a better idea of how small and pathetic it is.

This stuff is in Bernat Lulu in the pinky color. I bought 2 balls. That should be enough.

Next on the hat/scarf list (after I finish the one for Carly) is a black with little different colored specks (not tweed, called Bright and Airy, don't know the company)
233  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Thanx on: August 27, 2005 05:38:18 PM
Thanks so much this is the only Ipod mini coxy i could find I needed one bad!
234  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / pie ROX on: August 27, 2005 05:26:35 PM
I like pie and pi

preg_replace('/(.{49})/', '$1 ', '3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399...')

I do weird things like memorizing pi.

But anyway that pie that you knit was way cool!
235  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / My Baby Scarf on: August 27, 2005 05:15:08 PM
I made this baby scarf:



Here's the post with my other baby stuff on it: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=50525.new#new
236  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Baby Stuff (pattern links) on: August 27, 2005 04:51:26 PM
I made some stuff for a friend who had a baby.

A baby scarf i designed:

http://www.freewebs.com/flyleaf-lvr/babyscarf.jpg

CO 30 st. in yellow. Work in garter stitch for 12 rows. *K 4 in yellow. Break off yellow. K22 in white. K remaining for in yellow. R2: K4. Break off yellow. P22 in white. Break off white. K4 in yellow. R3: Knit  R4:Purl. Repeat instructions from asterick(*) until long enough. End with row 4. Work 12 rows in garter stitch. BO

I made these booties at http://www.knittingonthenet.com/patterns/babybootsstripe.htm

Sorry no pic I already gave them away. Embarrassed (But they look exactly like the ones on the pattern picture, same colors and everything!)

I made this hat at http://www.knittingonthenet.com/patterns/babynewhat2.htm

I gave this one away too but it looks like the one in the picture but in yellow and white stripes and a yellow and white bow.

I knit this stuff in yellow and white yarn bee baby yarn.
237  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Camo Hats on: August 27, 2005 02:44:28 PM
I made two camoflage hats. (sorry bout crappy photo quality) One for my dad:



and one for my brother:




The one for my dad was a pattern I made up:

 CO 144 stitches on a double pointed needle. *Work for three rounds in stockinette. Knit 8 stitches. Make an 8 stictch Cable. Knit 16. Do an 8 stitch cable. Knit 16. Make an 8 stictch Cable. Knit 16. Do an 8 stitch cable. Knit 16 Make an 8 stictch Cable. Knit 8. Work another round in stockinette.* Repeat the rounds between stars for four inches. Work a decreasing row by knitting 2 together all the way around. Remaining stitches:72 [Work for three rounds in stockinette. Knit 4 stitches. Make an 4 stictch Cable. Knit 8. Do an 4 stitch cable. Knit 8. Make an 4 stictch Cable. Knit 8. Do an 4 stitch cable. Knit 8 Make an 8 stictch Cable. Knit 4. Work another round in stockinette.] Repeat rounds between brackets for another 4 inches. Put stitches on a set of double pionted needles. Work another round of decreasing by knitting 2 together the whole round. Remaining stitches:36. Work 2 rounds in stockinette. Decrease one row by knitting two tocether for the whole round. Remanining stitches:18. Work 2 more round in stockinette. Decrease for one row by knitting two together for one round. Remaining stiches:9. Work one more round in stocinette. Take stitches off of needles. Thread yarn through. Tie yarn and weave in loose ends.

Rememer: The cap is supposed to curl at the bottom.

This pattern makes an adult sized hat. To make a child sized hat, CO 72 stitches and start at the first bracket( [ ) in the pattern. IMPORTANT: When Making a child sized hat, instead of doing the instructions between brackets for four inches, do them for 8.




The pattern for my brother's hat was from a knitting book I got at the library called Kid's Knitting
by Melanie Falick. Here it is:

CO 34 stitches in MC. Garter Stitch 9 in. BO. Set aside.
Repeat in color 2.
Sew two halves together w/overcast st. Sew side edges then front.
Make tassel in each color and attatch to opposite top side of hat.

That's about it. For both hats I used Bernat Camoflage (cheap acrylic yarn).
238  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: obnoxiously simple fingerless gloves on: August 27, 2005 01:31:15 PM
I'm making some green ones..I'll post the pic when I'm done. Anyway that's the simplest pattern for those I've found! Thanks!
239  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Geek Spiral Pullover from Loop-D-Loop Finished! on: August 27, 2005 12:13:43 PM
Gosh that pullover rox! I love stuff that spirals, even in knitting! Shocked
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