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1  FIBER ARTS / Dyeing: Completed Projects / First real dye job! on: March 19, 2009 06:46:32 PM
Hi all,

Here's my attempt at dyeing some sock yarn.  This was my first serious attempt and I think they turned out pretty well!  What do you guys think?









2  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / simple short sleeved v-neck top on: February 05, 2006 11:44:56 AM
well i just finished this little short sleeved top and i think its really cute!  Cheesy

the pattern i used was the essential striped sweater from knit and tonic but i ditched the stripes and made it short sleeved.  it was super easy because it was worked from the top down so there was NO seaming which was greeeeeat.

i used about 6 balls of debbie bliss cashmerino aran and size 7 needles.  it was my first fitted sweater so it doesn't make me look like i'm smuggling a sack of potoatoes around (which is refreshing).

the pics probably won't work so you can check my blog too


http://knitrdone.blogspot.com/
enjoy!  Smiley




3  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Lego Ball Winder and Homemade Swift! on: November 20, 2005 09:28:35 AM
So my wonderfully crafty bf saw this post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=21252.0, looked at the picture for a few seconds and said "I can make that."  He dug out his box of legos from 1987 and began rummaging around trying to find all the pieces he needed.  To make a long story short he ended up with this

Then he said, well if you've got a ball winder you'll need a swift too.  So we went to the store, he looked at a swift for exactly 3.2 seconds and said "I can make that" while I'm still trying to figure out how in the world all those pieces come together. Then we went and bought all the supplies (which only cost about $10) and a few days later we had this


Engineers are great Smiley


*it should work now*
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