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31  Re: knit/sew/crochet swap in The Swap Gallery by tejer on: February 23, 2006 01:07:45 PM
I received from Yirq (Sandra) today. I love it all! She made me a beautiful needle roll in pink and black for my knitting needles and it has a really cool closure. Also, she crocheted me the cutest little pouch that had a tin inside. The tin says 'knitting girl' and it it has green apple mints inside. I even LOVE green apple. It is all just perfect. Smiley

Here are pics:




THANK YOU SANDRA!
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32  Re: Love your wedding? Then show off your photos here! in Weddings and Bridal Showers by tejer on: January 18, 2006 09:12:20 AM

i loved my wedding, especially because i was so stressed out about getting married in korea. i was sure it was going to be a disaster and it turned out amazing.

thank you, everyone, for sharing your photos!!!

I was married in Korea too at a 'wedding plaza'. It was stressful for me as well, but it all turned out well. I also had a ceremony in the U.S. Here is one (picture of a picture) photo. Wish I had a scanner!

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33  Re: Cabled hand bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by tejer on: January 03, 2006 01:46:44 PM


My last one of these bags for a while! This one was done in sugar n' cream cotton.
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34  Re: Cabled hand bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by tejer on: January 01, 2006 10:57:39 AM
a smaller one done in leftover rowan cork from another project. Second pic shows my glasses inside.



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35  Re: Cabled hand bag in Knitting: Completed Projects by tejer on: December 30, 2005 03:12:41 PM
Responding to the call for pictures here! I finished this today. It will be a 30th birthday gift for a friend.

I used the pattern posted earlier in this thread, but I added another cable to make it longer. Finished dimensions are 10" wide by 8" long. The opening is about 2" wide so you can easily slip in your wallet or whatever. I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick (on sale at JoAnn's this week!) and US 11 needles. It took less than a skein of the Wool Ease. I  bought the handles, fabric, and ribbon at Joann's also. With two 40% off coupons this purse cost me less than $11.00 to make. I still have ribbon, fabric, and yarn left over too.





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36  Re: Christmas gifts-FO in Knitting: Completed Projects by tejer on: December 15, 2005 01:37:55 PM
LOOK LOOK What I received from my gift elf today!! A hat and a scarf done in hand-dyed Lorna's Laces Shepherd worsted wool. And yes---it came in that cute box. I also have two skeins (550 yards) of the yarn to make into something of my choice. Mittens? Legwarmers? What do you think?





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37  Re: Scarf pattern for dad in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by tejer on: December 12, 2005 06:35:10 AM
Try a broken rib (pattern under Men's cashmere scarf here: http://www.purlsoho.com/purl/book_corrections ) or a mistake rib pattern. The Irish hiking scarf would be nice too. Here are my examples:

BROKEN RIB


MISTAKE RIB (reversible)



IRISH HIKING
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38  Christmas gifts-FO in Knitting: Completed Projects by tejer on: December 10, 2005 02:45:39 PM
The hat, mittens, and keyhole scarf are for my 'gift elf' from the knitter's review forum. (I'm pretty sure she doesn't come over here.) I had to show them off somewhere because I am so excited to be done. (My snow day off on Friday helped a lot.) The patterns were all free. The mittens are Kate Gilbert's gifted mittens, the keyhole scarf is the 'staples can kiss my a$$' scarf from chicknits, and the hat is free from the Lion Brand website. I knit these up in Elann's peruvian highland chunky, color 'spiced wine'.



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39  Re: super duper easy hat? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by tejer on: December 10, 2005 05:57:23 AM
Ok..I changed my mind and now I am knitting this hat  ( http://cache.lionbrand.com/patterns/kwec-watchCap.html ) from the lionbrand website. They have tons of beginner hat patterns. Check them out.

Here's the LB hat which I started yesterday and finished today. Easy!



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40  Re: Scarf help! I can't make a decision... in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by tejer on: December 10, 2005 05:38:47 AM
It works just fine. I believe the pattern is called broken rib. The pattern looks better after blocking though, that's when you can really see it.

I just made another scarf in the same yarn in mistake rib and I like that one too. The bonus with the mistake rib is that it is reversible and it's also more squishy and cooshy.

Here's the mistake rib scarf



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