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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Reupholstered Recliner - a first try jump off the deep end *Pic Obese* on: August 19, 2008 08:25:57 PM
When you said 26 pieces, I thought you were joking. Then I scrolled down. I would have gotten to that point, seen all those pieces, cried, and bought a new chair. You should be so incredibly proud!

I love the picture with the blue fabric and the reclining mechanics hanging out. They look like legs or something.
2  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: Embroidery: noun or verb? on: August 18, 2008 07:25:01 PM
Thank god! If there was such a word as embroideried, or, (gasp) embroiderying, I was going to seriously lose faith in the English language.
3  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Embroidery: noun or verb? on: August 18, 2008 01:42:44 PM
I have always thought that embroidery is a noun, and embroider is its related verb. I have looked it up online, and I found nothing to the contrary. However, since I have started doing it, I have heard and read a LOT of people say things like "I don't know how to embroidery" or "that is embroideried" or "I will embroidery that." Am I missing something? I'm not trying to criticize people for improper grammar, it's just that it sounds so awkward to me that I keep thinking they must be doing it on purpose and maybe they know something I don't.
4  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: cross stitching on an airplane on: August 17, 2008 02:39:15 PM
For what it's worth, I flew U.S. to Europe, to Russia, back to Europe, and back to the U.S. I didn't have any problems until I was going through security for the flight back to the States. I had my knitting, and they took my scissors. I think post-9/11, if something happens, no one wants to be the one who let them on the plane into the U.S. The airline had the 4 inch or under rule, and these were definitely under 4 inches, but they took them anyway. I would say give it a try, just get cheap scissors you won't care if they take.
5  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Re: 2 dollars, 2 hours on: June 19, 2008 08:21:02 PM
My parents had that wallpaper!!! It was in browns, but still.
6  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: Labyrinth and The Who on: April 21, 2008 01:19:41 PM
The first one reminds me of those pieces of toast with Jesus burned in the center. I like it.
7  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Trellis Knitalong, anyone? on: April 15, 2008 08:17:08 PM
I know this is a really old thread, but I have a question. On the collar directions, it says: "Work these sts in Seed Stitch as set, then pick up 6 sts along the lower neck edge. (Note: you will not be picking up sts all the way up the neck edge, only in the first 6-8 rows.) 11 sts on needle." The part that gets me is when it tells me that I will be picking up stitches in the first 6-8 rows. So, I am supposed to keep picking up stitches for the next rows? It never actually TELLS me to, it just infers it in the "note."
8  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Fitted Knits-along ? on: January 31, 2008 09:26:54 PM
I'm working on the back to school vest and I'm up to the bust increases and have run into a stupid problem - after  I do the first increase sequence, where do the stitch markers go for the next rows? (the removable markers, marking the darts)  Am I supposed to keep moving them up each row?  I'm pretty sure that's it, but I want to double check.  Anyone?

I'm pretty sure you should slip the marker. I can check tomorrow for sure, I don't have the book with me at the moment.
9  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Knitty's Danica on: October 29, 2007 10:24:04 PM
stitchlikeaboy, i made mine in the same colorway and it pooled in the same places for me also.  i think it looks good though.  and trust me, it will flatten beautifully.  i made this for my boyfriend and the only reason he didnt like it was because it was all curly & lumpy.  after blocking it he loves it.  and it gets even softer after blocking too!

Thanks for the info! I'm looking forward to finishing and blocking.  Smiley

I agree, it's like a totally different scarf after blocking! Your's doesn't look any lumpier or curlier than mine, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. Smiley
10  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Clapotis from Knitty on: October 13, 2007 09:28:27 PM
That definitely helped! Thanks. Smiley

No way am I frogging! I've worked WAY too hard on this thing. Tongue I always wondered why stitch markers seemed so useless to me...Tongue

Again, thanks a ton! Smiley

I did that EXACT same thing when I first used stitch markers! I also wondered why the heck they had me even put them there, because they seemed useless after a few rows.
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