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1  FIBER ARTS / Weaving: Discussion and Questions / Re: Boucharouette Pattern/Tutorial/Instructions (Moroccan Rag Rug) on: June 19, 2012 07:58:10 AM
Just found this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4G0uZvAO_0

It looks like a combo of latch technique and weaving, very time intensive!
2  FIBER ARTS / Weaving: Discussion and Questions / Boucharouette Pattern/Tutorial/Instructions (Moroccan Rag Rug) on: May 08, 2012 10:30:25 AM
I have scavenged the internet to figure out the Moroccan Rag Rug Technique (Boucharouette) with no hits. I even went down to my library, and there was no information.  Does anyone know how to do this or where to find a good resource.  Here is an example on anthropologie.com:

http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/catalog/productdetail.jsp?navAction=jump&id=22874051&parentid=SEARCH_RESULTS&color=000


I have an idea and I really want to make my own.  I have a rigid heddle loom, but I'm not going to try this alone.
3  UNITED STATES / Arkansas / Re: Arkansas on: August 05, 2008 06:54:54 PM
Me -a crafter just moved to Conway, AR and is very very very depressed about the stringent yet illogical liquor laws.  The central AR stich'n'bitch blog done petered out in twenty ought four.

You - a crafter in the Conway/Little Rock area who likes to craft, maybe reading some books, and maybe have a few drinks.

Is the SnB in Little Rock.... 1st 3rd Sunday of each month, 3PM - 5PM @ Wild Oats on Rodney Parham right off I-430, still going on? I done missed this Sunday. 

help me please!
4  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Leaf Pullover- Interweave knits, Loop-d-loop book on: October 14, 2005 11:15:02 AM
I'm almost done with mine.  I used Berroco Foliage in the winterhazel green colorway.  It's not quite as bulky as it should be, but after hearing all of the posts about how warm this sweater will be, and with the lace openings, I figure I'd have something underneath it anyway.  I got the gauge the first time I swatched.

I've got all the pieces knitted, and my only problem is that the arm holes on the upper body seem too big.  The gauge has been spot-on, and still the arm holes measure about 9 inches on the slant.  Is this normal?  I think the 6inches  on the diagram for the height of the arm holes is a little off, or hard to measure given it measures from the top of the sleeve cap.  I was thinking about frogging it up, but now after reading how everyone else's sleeve holes seem to small, I think I'm going to stick with my huge arm holes.

can't wait to make something else from the book!
5  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Re: What's everyone doing for Halloween this year??? on: October 07, 2005 10:23:46 AM
i want to be anthony/dignan/kumar (i'm a chick, but it would still be fun!) from bottlerocket, but i can't find those yellow jumpsuits anywhere online.  any ideas fellow craftsters?
6  UNITED STATES / Nebraska / Re: Any crafters in Lincoln? on: September 29, 2005 10:47:35 AM
www.girlsgonemild.o rg

hey lincoln, come and knit at the women's center on the unl campus every tuesday at 7pm!
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