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1  Sidewinders! in Knitting: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: June 27, 2007 12:14:24 AM
I finished a pair of Sidewinders!

This is a great pattern for knitting a pair of socks sideways.  The pattern is by NonaKnits and can be found at http://nonaknits.typepad.com/nonaknits/

Vertical striping


Toe Graft





I love these socks!

More info on my blog. 
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2  Beaded Yellow Tang (It sounds so DIRRTTYY!!!) in Knitting: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: May 11, 2007 11:20:18 PM
I bought this kit at a knitting store in Fairbanks, AK.  While it was fiddley, tiny, annoying, and teeny weeny (000 size needles), I am totally in love with this fish!  The beads give it a definite fishy texture, and the beads they included for eyes are perfect.  They had several other kits for things like a clownfish, seahorse, etc. that I want to pick up next time I am there, but for now, I need to knit something on big fat needles!






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3  Le Slouche in Knitting: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: March 16, 2007 04:58:31 PM
I finished a Le Slouche!



My husband doesn't like it very much, but I do! More info on my blog at www.bunchkinknits.b logspot.com
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4  Re: Lacy Thong in Knitalongs by frozenknitter on: March 13, 2007 01:21:03 AM
Here's the finished picture of my thong, modeled by my lovely duct tape  dress form.  Grin




Yarn: Bernat Cool Crochet Cotton
Changes:  I didn't do the picot border on the top, also I added elastic in the
eyelets and threaded ribbon over it. 

Such a cool project, and it only took 2 1/2 hrs!
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5  I made a baby in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: March 01, 2007 11:34:47 PM
I finished this baby yesterday.  It was my first attempt, and I am pretty happy with it.  I used the tutorial at http://hunnybunsnursery.com/minisculpt%20tut%201.htm

One of my kids broke off her arm a couple of hours ago  Cry  but I've glued it back on, and it's hardly noticeable.    More info on my blog at www.bunchkinknits.b logspot.com

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6  Seamless Hybrid in Knitting: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: February 13, 2007 11:30:15 PM
I finished a Seamless Hybrid!  This is my first Elizabeth Zimmerman project, and i really enjoyed making it.  Made from Cascade Sierra, 5 skeins main color, 1 skein accent.  More pictures on my blog www.bunchkinknits.b logspot.com .




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7  Re: Amelia Raitte's "My Fashionable Life" Knit A long in Knitalongs by frozenknitter on: January 25, 2007 01:01:44 AM
I posted this in the Finished projects section, but thought you guys might want to see it also.  I have been following all of your projects, and they all look so good!  Her patterns are fantastic, I want to knit them all.  Here is my finished Cherry, knit in Elsbeth Lavold Silky Tweed.  More pictures are on my blog at www.bunchkinknits.b logspot.com .  I can't wait to see more of everyones projects!



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8  Cherry Cardigan in Knitting: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: January 25, 2007 12:54:23 AM


Amelia Raitte's Cherry Cardigan
Knit in Elsbeth Lavold Silky Tweed

This is the best fitting sweater I have ever knit!  I am so excited about it and I just want to wear it all the time!  An absolutely fabulous pattern.  More pictures and details on my blog at www.bunchknits.blog spot.com
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9  Re: 3-Hour Sweater Knitalong: dare we hope? in Knitalongs by frozenknitter on: December 31, 2006 01:11:49 AM
The sweater was dry this morning, and I am so happy with how it turned out!  The length was just right, and a lot of the shoulder/sleeve bulk was resolved.   I still would have used a smaller needle size for the yoke and sleeves, maybe a 9.  But it is definitely wearable as is, in fact, I wore it all day today.  I still want to fiddle with the crochet edging on the neckline, but who knows when/if I'll get around to it.  I really recommend this as a great, fast, easy project!  I'd be happy to answer any questions about my experiences with the pattern. I posted a picture of me wearing the sweater on my blog.

www.bunchkinknits.b logspot.com


ETA:  I finally figure out how to post a picture on here!

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10  Eunny Jang's Anemoi Mittens in Knitting: Completed Projects by frozenknitter on: December 27, 2006 12:26:39 AM
I finally finished these mittens for my mom for Christmas. I used yummy Koigu, and love how they turned out.  I am still having issue figuring out how to get my pictures to load onto Craftster.  (Every time I think I know what I'm doing on a computer, a new issue comes up and knocks my ego down a few pegs)  Pictures and more info are on my blog at bunchkinknits.blogs pot.com.

ETA:  I figured out how to post pictures!








I flipped the colors for each mitten because I was concerned about running out of yarn,
and you can see my one oops in the second picture on the cuff.  I didn't notice it until I was bllocking them, and no way was I going to rip back!

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