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1  "Leftovers" Baby Socks in Knitting: Completed Projects by roxycat on: July 05, 2007 12:16:06 PM
Finished these last Monday. This pattern is great for using up leftover sock yarn. Unfortunately, I can't remember what kind of sock yarn I used. Regia? I don't know.





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2  amigurumi chihuahua in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by roxycat on: September 03, 2006 11:33:50 AM

Finished this a few days ago. Wish I could find eyes in stores (not online).
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3  super high-rise pants in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by roxycat on: October 29, 2005 01:16:02 PM

Can anyone recommend a pattern for these type of pants? I'm not even sure what they're called. They go all the way up to under her boobs. Very old time sexy.
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4  Re: Reproducing a Purse in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by roxycat on: August 04, 2005 12:17:49 PM
K I knitted one up! Lips sealed Here's my version...


It's not identical but I <3  it still. Smiley I wrote out a pattern for it too, because I know a couple people were looking for something. There might be some errors but you will definitely get the idea.

Note: if you want to make your ruffle more... well rufflier (hehe) than what's shown in the pic when you are working the flap you might do this instead:

Row 6: K all
Row 7: *P1, M1* rep to end
and continue with the rest of the pattern.

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Materials:
* "MC" chunky yarn OR 2 strands of worsted weight worked together
* "CC" worsted weight yarn
* Size 7 (US) straight needles
* Size 7 (US) DPNs
* Crochet hook >Size F
* Tapestry Needle

Main Body:
* Using straight needles CO 40 st with MC
* Work 80 rows in garter stitch
* BO

The Flap:
* Using straight needles CO 25 st with MC
* Work 17 Rows in garter stitch
* BO


* Switch to CC & using DPNs pick up 18 stitchs on each short edge of the flap and pick up 25 stitches on one length edge of the flap
Row 1: Purl all
Row 2: *K2tog, yo* rep to end
Row 3: Purl all
Row 4: Knit all
Row 5: *P1, M1* rep to end
Row 6: *K1, P1* rep to end
Row 7: *P1, K1* rep to end
Row 8: *K1, P1* rep to end
Row 9: *P1, K1* rep to end
Row 10: *K1, P1* rep to end
Row 11: *P1, K1* rep to end
Row 12: *K1, P1* rep to end
BO.


Finishing:
* Weave in ends.
* Fold main body in half and sew a seam up each short side. Pinch in bottom corners while sewing seams to give them the bag round corners.
* Sew on the flap to the body, centering it on one of the open edges. Weave in ends.
* Using a tiny crochet hook chain two cords each 18" in length.
* Attatch one end of each cord at the bases of the flap where the eyelets begin. Weave the cords through the eyelets until the meet at the center and tie it into a decorative bow.
* Under the flap attatch some sort of closure, lining, straps, whatev.
* Post pics because we all want to see. Wink
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5  Re: Alien Illusion Scarf - knitalong in Knitalongs by roxycat on: July 30, 2005 09:07:55 PM
K here are some pics Smiley


From above: simple stripes!


From the side: creepy alien faces! OooO0oOo!


No fringe. Ran out of grey.

Can't wait to see everyone else's results!
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6  Re: How about this Anthropologie cardigan in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by roxycat on: July 04, 2005 03:02:23 PM
I LOVE this! Thank you for posting this idea! Right now I'm in the process of stash-busting since I can't really afford new yarn, but this is definitely on my to-do list. Smiley BTW I went ahead and saved the image to craftster since I'm afraid that Anthropologie will pull their pic sooner or later (they always do). Craftster seems to have resized it to be small, though. Oh well. It's here, just for backup:

http://www.craftster.org/pictures/data/500/4940dolman.jpg


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7  Re: Knitalong Bunny, anyone? in Knitalongs by roxycat on: June 07, 2005 09:48:40 PM
I love this pattern! Mine's still blind but I couldn't wait to post pics hehe

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8  Re: Ridiculously easy mary-jane slippers! (with pattern) in Knitting: Completed Projects by roxycat on: June 04, 2005 09:09:25 PM
Done!





PS: I kinda blurred my legs cause I'm sure no one wants to see my stubble :X
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9  Re: Branching Out scarf knit-along in Knitalongs by roxycat on: May 28, 2005 01:52:19 PM
DONE! Actually I would've kept going to make it a little longer but:

1. I wasn't feeling the pattern (it's the yarn, really + it's becoming too redundant)
2. There was a knot in the yarn coming up- an excuse to end it sooner!!
3. It's for a kid anyways so no need to make it that long

Pics (you can see where I hella messed up in the beginning but lazy me didn't care to rip it out & fix it hehe). Oh and mine isn't blocked, it's cheap-o acrylic. Glad to be DONE! Smiley


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10  Re: Branching Out scarf knit-along in Knitalongs by roxycat on: April 12, 2005 03:06:11 AM
Here's mine so far. I started on size 8s and then took it out and started over on size 6s. You can see where I messed up a few times but eff it. I just don't care Tongue

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