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1  Totoro hoodie in Knitting: Completed Projects by whereskat on: September 21, 2007 10:52:55 AM
A first hand-knit for my future niece/nephew.



Pattern: None. Used instructions for ears from Hello Yarn's Totoro Bonnet.
Yarn: Debbie Bliss Pure Cotton in Blue and Ecru with a bit of Beige
Needles: US7/4.5mm and US8/5mm circs and US7/4.5mm DPNs for the ears.
Other: Sized for 6-12 months; 10 inch zipper in off white

More notes and photos on my blog.
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2  Re: Isabella Knitalong in Knitalongs by whereskat on: June 06, 2007 01:12:38 PM
I just started this a few days ago and have all the shaping done for the back, so far.



I'm using Sirdar Country Style 4-ply in sage that's been sitting in my stash for too long. I also turned the hem as I went along so I won't have to sew it at the end.
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3  Cropped cardi... in Knitting: Completed Projects by whereskat on: February 20, 2007 01:08:17 PM
As inspired by the Gucci cardi posted at knit lit


Pattern: My own
Yarn: KnitPicks Andean Silk
Needles: US7/4.5mm
More details here.

Now I just need to wait for the weather to warm up enough to wear it.
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4  Button-up sleeves... in Knitting: Completed Projects by whereskat on: October 10, 2006 02:37:12 PM
The first garment I've knitted without a pattern!




I used about 3.5 balls of Wendy Supreme Cotton DK in "lilac" on US4/3.5mm circular needles. It's basically a bottom-up, seamless raglan with the sleeve construction modified to be "buttoned up." The button bands were picked up and knit in 2x2 ribbing along the length the of sleeves and neck.

More details on the construction can be found on my blog.
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5  Re: Argyle socks... in Knitting: Completed Projects by whereskat on: August 21, 2006 01:24:00 PM
For those who are curious, here are photos of the inside of the socks:

 
Left: leg; Right: sole

Lucylost--
If you're working in the round, one tip I've often heard (and use) is to knit with the work inside-out. This helps keeps the tension from getting too tight. Making practice swatches also helps to get used to the technique and to figure out what works best for you.
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6  Argyle socks... in Knitting: Completed Projects by whereskat on: August 18, 2006 11:35:53 AM
Inspired by Eunny's mini argyle stockings (http://www.eunnyjang.com/knit/2006/03/miniargyle_stockings.html) and my own impatience to wait for a pattern:


I used the chart (http://www.eunnyjang.com/knit/2006/02/and_were_off.html) she posted and the rest I figured out on my own.

More info can be found on my blog.
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7  Re: Corinne Dress in Knitalongs by whereskat on: March 23, 2006 09:39:25 AM
I finished Corinne last night...



I shortened the length (just knitted the skirt shorter than called for before decreasing) by about 20cm to accommodate my height...or lack thereof. It hits about three inches above the knee so I'll also be able to wear it with pants without making myself look even shorter. More details  can be found on my blog.
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