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1  C'est Paris! My new curtains... in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by KnitterMa on: May 15, 2006 06:04:05 PM
This has been a work-in-progress for a few weeks (thanks to darn finals popping up right in the middle of my project! Sheesh!).  I finally finished them tonight.  It's hard to tell because they're behind my couch, but they reach to about 8in above the floor. 


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2  Knitted Me a Couple Eggs in Knitting: Completed Projects by KnitterMa on: April 09, 2006 06:28:15 PM
It IS NOT hokey!   Grin

OK, so maybe a little hokey. 

But what else can you put in a 15 month old's Easter basket?   Cheesy  (Aside from the dinosaur I'm knitting him as well!)

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3  Re: Anouk Pinafore from Knitty in Knitting: Completed Projects by KnitterMa on: April 06, 2006 06:59:56 PM
And here's my friend Matt modeling -



He's cute.  Can I keep him?  Can I?  Can I? 
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4  Re: Uteri Stitchmarkers! in Knitting: Completed Projects by KnitterMa on: March 06, 2006 08:50:13 AM
Very cute. I made a penis stitch marker once. Smiley

MUHAHAHA! 

Me too!  On my last round of "organ" markers ... that was the only external one I did.   Cheesy (Thread http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=83040.0 ).  I wasn't sure it was allowed, so there's only one pic of it in my blog...those little buggers do lend themselves quite well to stitch markers, without the concern that small parts (HAHAHAHA) will be getting caught in the knit fabric. 

Hmm...maybe I should make a set of penis stitch markers.  I don't know, DH might divorce me.   Cheesy Wink
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5  Re: Projects from "Last Minute Knitted Gifts" in Knitting: Completed Projects by KnitterMa on: March 05, 2006 06:24:44 PM
Yayyy finished my second cotton hat from LMKG tonight! 



It's for my lil niece Madison.  Cheesy
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6  Uteri Stitchmarkers! in Knitting: Completed Projects by KnitterMa on: March 05, 2006 09:44:05 AM
Don't know if anyone saw my thread yesterday about my internal organ stitch markers http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=83040.0 .  I'm a nursing student, and am thus more than sufficiently interested in all things anatomy.  Well, today I decided to make some more antatomically correct stitchmarkers ... I liked the uterus ones so much I decided to make a set.   Cheesy


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My husband thinks I have completely lost my mind. 


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7  Stitch Markers - Yer Internals! Some Worked, Some Didn't... in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by KnitterMa on: March 04, 2006 05:10:58 PM
Well, I have this great idea to make stitch marker sets from polymer clay.  The stitch markers also happen to be internal organs.  I'm a nursing student and think a lot about internal organs.  What a great way to combine my fav hobby (knitting) and my soon-to-be career!  I'm bummed though because while my creations looked great prior to baking, after baking they got all dark.  I think I cooked em too long.  Or my oven just sucks.  Sad  I'm real happy with the liver and intestines though. 

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Here they all are!  (That bottom one is a um ... turkey neck?) You can see how pretty and perfect they all were before going in the oven!   Cry


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And the liver and intestines post oven ... darker, but OK. 


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Sadly, the uterus and lungs didn't survive the oven well.  Sad  Looks like blacklung! 

Well, I really like them anyway.  I'll keep the blackened lungs and uterus anyhow!
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8  Heehee! Fleece Legwarmers in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by KnitterMa on: January 09, 2006 03:09:49 PM
Got the general instructions from another craftster thread ... I made drawstrings with braided yarn and added pompoms made from the same yarn.  (Making pompoms =  Cheesy).  Not the most amazing project ever, but it sure was fun ... and I feel like a majorette dancing around my apartment in my spiffy legwarmers (DH thinks I've lost my mind).   Grin

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