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1  Re: projects from jess hutchison's booklet in Knitting: Completed Projects by flyingpizza on: January 01, 2006 10:32:52 AM
Here is my Spherey! He is so sweet. I love all of the variations I am seeing here.  Jess' patterns are so fun and so well written.  I can't waitto make Kate, as that is my name and all...
Anyway, on to the pictures!


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2  Re: Projects from "Last Minute Knitted Gifts" in Knitting: Completed Projects by flyingpizza on: December 04, 2005 05:32:31 PM
My Hourglass Sweater!



I used 11 balls of Noro Silk Garden #8 and size 5 needles (I knit loose Smiley)

Though I look like a linebacker, I still think this pattern's a winner!
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3  Re: Om Yoga Mat Bag in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by flyingpizza on: October 23, 2005 04:19:35 PM
We're having an auction fundraiser for the non-profit I work for next month, and one of the packages we're auctioning off includes yoga classes and massage. We decided to include a yoga mat in the package, but since it wasn't in a box or anything, the presentation wasn't too hot. So I offered to make the Om Yoga Mat Bag from Stitch N Bitch Nation. I finished it last night and stopped by the office today (on a day off no less!) to make sure it fit nicely. Here 'tis:

Like a lot of other people have noted, this took a lot less than the 2 balls of Lion Cotton the pattern calls for--I have quite a bit of the one ball I used left. I even made it a little bit longer so it would come to the top of the mat, too. I did make the strap shorter, however. I'm pretty happy with it; I never would have made this for myself, but it was a fun quickie project. Thanks for looking!
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4  Re: Just finished! My Headline News Cabled Newsboy Cap from SNBN. in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by flyingpizza on: October 13, 2005 09:48:55 AM
I also finished mine! 



I used Knitpicks Andean silk in Barn and used US 9 and US 5 needles. It's a little big, but the rainy Portland weather will probably felt it up!  I love this pattern! 
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