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1  Re: Cell Phone Cozies in Knitting: Completed Projects by trisaratops on: August 04, 2004 06:55:22 AM
I used Paton's Pixie yarn in the Candy color scheme.

And I knitted that together with two strands of Bernat Softee Baby Solid Yarn in Mint green.

I really like knitting with fuzzy yarn and worsted/sport weight yarn together.
It adds a certain thickness and springiness you can get with just one or the other.
I also really like having the choice of using as many colors as I want.
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2  MY cell phone cozies... in Knitting: Completed Projects by trisaratops on: August 03, 2004 06:38:33 AM
They're not kitty cats, but I love them just as much!

This is the one I made for myself.
I had a hell of a time putting the little window in, but I'd say it looks pretty damn good for a first try.

I don't have a button made yet (I make them out of sculpey) so I'm using a Unicorns pin to hold it together for now.

Here are some that I made for some girls at work.
The black one is big enough to hold her cell phone and cigarettes.
The other one is just for a regular cell phone.

Hope you like them!
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3  Re: my "roll your own needlecases" in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by trisaratops on: July 03, 2004 03:36:17 PM
I didn't follow the pattern exactly.
I started to, but after cutting all the pieces of fabric out, I realized that this shouldn't be as difficult as they're making it out to be.

So I just kinda improvised the rest of the way.
It's not completely done.
I think I'm going to use mlleemily's technique with the elastic closures.
And I think I'm going to make a quick trip to JoAnn's to pick up some bias tape to clean up the edges a bit.

But anyway, here it is!

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