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1  Re: TUTORIAL: Singlet Style Shopping Bag (like the plastic shopping bag) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by peariso on: June 26, 2007 05:08:53 PM

This is proof that you can fit a 20 lb bag of dog food + treats in this bag.

I didn't line it as I found it a little bulky but the cotton rip-stop works great.  I french seamed the whole thing for added strength. 

Thank you so much for the tute.   
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2  Re: Tutorial: funky travel bag. . .(pictures) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by peariso on: March 18, 2007 08:30:37 AM
So to motivate me to go to the gym on a regular basis I figured that I needed a brand new gym bag that I would feel proud to tote into the muscle madness with me.  This lovely is what I came up with.



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3  Re: New Knitty's Calorimetry in Knitalongs by peariso on: January 20, 2007 04:27:20 PM
So  I jumped on the bandwagon!  I had been itching to try this one and I finally got around to it. 

I totally didn't make it as big as the pattern called for.  I basically just followed the pattern until I liked the half way point and then did the other side.  Oh and like many I only CO 100 stitches.  I could have gone smaller that way too. 

I love it though! 





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4  Re: Blue dress needs a makeover - BAD! in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by peariso on: January 11, 2007 10:59:20 AM


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5  Re: quickie dress that anybody can make in Clothing Sewalongs by peariso on: December 15, 2006 12:41:11 PM
parallax -  my waist band ends up being around 5"  and I don't fold it over but i do finish the edge on the top.  yes I'm only sewing the waist band to the back edge.  The straps are sewn to the waist band. 

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6  Re: Largest Craftster ATC swap GALLERY in The Swap Gallery by peariso on: November 15, 2006 08:31:34 AM
I RECIEVED!!!

I love it.



Psyche  Thank you so much.
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7  Re: YARN DYEING 101 - KOOL AID in Dyeing: Completed Projects by peariso on: November 07, 2006 10:21:27 AM



This yarn (Patons Classic Merino) was dyed with 2 packets of Orange and 2 Packets of Blue Raspberry lemonaide.  Half the Skein was blue and the other half was orange to knit up in every row stripes. 

Did I mention that this is my first knit sock EVER!  I'm super proud of it.  I just need to make another one....
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8  Re: Fill an Australian in...Your Christmas baking traditions! in Recipes and Cooking Tips by peariso on: November 03, 2006 10:05:33 AM


Butter tarts are basically a really sweet sticky custard in tart form.  Sometimes people put rasins/currents in them but I like mine plain.

They are very similar to a pecan pie/tart.


Shells
1 1/2  cups all-purpose flour 
1/2  teaspoon sugar 
1/4  teaspoon salt 
4 1/2  tablespoons cold butter, cut into bits 
2  tablespoons cold vegetable shortening 
Filling
1  large egg, beaten lightly 
1  teaspoon vanilla 
1/4  cup butter, melted and cooled 
1  cup firmly packed brown sugar 
1  tablespoon distilled white vinegar 
1/4  cup raisins (optional) 

 Butter Tarts Recipes
< 60 mins Tarts
Canadian Tarts
Make the shells: In a processor, blend the flour, sugar, salt, butter and shortening until mixture resembles meal; transfer to a bowl and add 2-3 tblsps of ice water, or enough to form dough; knead dough briefly on a floured surface and chill it, wrapped plastic wrap, for 1 hour; roll out dough 3/8 inch thick on a floured surface, cut into rounds with a 4 1/2 inch cutter, and fit the rounds into 1/3 cup muffin tins.

Make the filling: In a bowl beat the egg, vanilla and butter until well-combined and stir in brown sugar and vinegar; spoon filling into shells and bake in a preheated 400F (205C) oven for 15 minutes; let cool 5 minutes; carefully remove from tins and let cool completely.(filling will be thin and runny while hot but will firm up as it cools).
Note: Many like raisins in their butter tarts (I don't); if you are one of them, add 1/4 cup raisins to the filling mixture.
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9  Re: YARN DYEING 101 - KOOL AID in Dyeing: Completed Projects by peariso on: October 24, 2006 09:43:02 AM
Here is my latest dyeing experience! 

2 Tropical punch for the red, 2 Strawberry Kiwi for the pink, and 2 orange with a little left over Strawberry colour for the orange.  Dyed on Patons 100% Merino. 

It is self striping with the orange and red making up the main stripe. 



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10  Re: Fiber Friday! (20 Oct 2006) in Spinning: Completed Projects by peariso on: October 21, 2006 11:31:03 AM
here is what was born of knitwit's beautiful yarn!

please excuse the blender.... it is really hard to take a picture of your own head in a hat!

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