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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / A hat pattern to match the photos on: September 16, 2007 07:16:29 PM
I'm on a quest to recreate a hat my boyfriend lost years ago. I've never seen it in person, only photos and nostalgic "That was my favorite hat." I have plenty of hat experience, but can't really be certain as to what this hat is made out of/the pattern (or at least the stitch) used for it. Any suggestions (including gauge/type of yarn, colors, stitch, size, pattern, etc.) would be very appreciated. Thanks in advanced.



2  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Suggest New Boards and New Features / [ACCEPTED] Veg*n board!! on: July 07, 2005 12:48:56 AM
Dear Moderator(s),
I've been reading a lot of these recipe section for the last day or so, and have realized that a serious portion have to deal with vegetarianism/veganism, whether recipes, advice, suggestions or otherwise. Do you think within the 'What's Cookin'' category we could have a special place devoted to these topics exclusively? As a vegan I end up spending an awful lot of time wading through crummy recipes online in hopes of some good cookies and then don't have the opportunity to receive feedback/suggestions on these recipes. The setup of Craftster is very adapt at accommodating for not just posting recipes, but also posting feedback to those recipes. On top of that, there seem to be a lot of redundant posts on going vegan or vegetarian and suggestions about it. By having an area just for those things, people would be much more successful on reading past posts about it, instead of having to rehash the same advice every single time a new person goes veg*n. Anyways. I'd really appreciate it. It would be super cool.

Thanks muchly,
Jen.
3  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Dear Moderator, please, veg*n forum! on: July 06, 2005 05:14:22 AM
Dear Moderator(s),
I've been reading a lot of these recipe section for the last day or so, and have realized that a serious portion have to deal with vegetarianism/veganism, whether recipes, advice, suggestions or otherwise. Do you think within the 'What's Cookin'' category we could have a special place devoted to these topics exclusively? As a vegan I end up spending an awful lot of time wading through crummy recipes online in hopes of some good cookies and then don't have the opportunity to receive feedback/suggestions on these recipes. The setup of Craftster is very adapt at accommodating for not just posting recipes, but also posting feedback to those recipes. On top of that, there seem to be a lot of redundant posts on going vegan or vegetarian and suggestions about it. By having an area just for those things, people would be much more successful on reading past posts about it, instead of having to rehash the same advice every single time a new person goes veg*n. Anyways. I'd really appreciate it. It would be super cool.

Thanks muchly,
Jen.
4  CLOTHING / Shoes: Discussion and Questions / Vegan Shoe Stress!!! AGH! on: June 26, 2005 01:15:55 AM
Ok. So I recently became vegan and I am looking for shoes and it is so damn stressful! To get anything that looks half respectable/trendy, I either need to buy leather (bah!) or pay out the wazoo (bah!) or support a stupid company that makes one pair of vegan shoes but is really just a big leather company with lots of child slave labor (bah! and bah!). So, does anyone know how to make shoes? I'm not talking  buying shitty shoes and painting them or anything, I'm talking honest-to-goodness shoe construction. I'm willing to experiment and try knitting shoes, crocheting shoes, etc. I just can't continue living in this world!!! eeee.

Thanks.
Jen.
5  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions / Lineoleum print on: March 04, 2005 10:16:36 PM
So I have access to a printmaking facility for free at my school and I went out and bought myself a block of lineoleum. My only dilemma is what to do with it. :\ I want something radical, something feminist, something equal rights. I want some freedom.
6  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions / lineoleum print on: March 04, 2005 10:16:00 PM
So I have access to a printmaking facility for free at my school and I went out and bought myself a block of lineoleum. My only dilemma is what to do with it. :\ I want something radical, something feminist, something equal rights. I want some freedom.
7  CRAFTING FOR GOOD AND NOT EVIL / Crafty Charitable/Social Causes / Lineoleum print on: March 04, 2005 10:15:42 PM
So I have access to a printmaking facility for free at my school and I went out and bought myself a block of lineoleum. My only dilemma is what to do with it. :\ I want something radical, something feminist, something equal rights. I want some freedom.
8  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Blender Dave Chappelle hat on: July 29, 2004 12:11:04 PM
Dave Chappelle is wearing this nifty hat on the front of this month's issue of Blender and I was wondering if anyone knew the stitch pattern that is being used. It's some sort of ribbing, but I am not quite sure how it's done.



Thanks. Smiley
9  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Crocheted Newsie-ish hat on: July 28, 2004 12:31:57 AM
This is my first project... I don't really have any formal crochet training although I'm a pretty decent knitter. And I just made it up as I went along. I can't complain about the end results.
http://jay.rupture.net/photo/Crocheted%20Hat%207.28.04/IMG_2434.JPG
http://jay.rupture.net/photo/Crocheted%20Hat%207.28.04/IMG_2437.JPG
10  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Need help with half-completed crocheted hat. on: July 24, 2004 01:47:55 PM
I'm in the process of making a crochet hat, the only problem is, it's a loose one, think rasta/newsie/pageboy/dred hat, and I have the crown of it basically finished, but I don't know how to decrease it in such a way that will allow it to stay loose and poofy but making it smaller at the same time. Realize that this is my first project and I am basically self-taught from a couple of images, although I am an intermediate knitter, if that means anything.

Thanks. Smiley
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