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1  Re: Rusted Root in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: May 28, 2007 09:34:27 PM
Sure! Blurry, ugly progress pic coming up!

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2  Braided cable hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by vasetthi on: May 28, 2007 09:24:47 PM
I made this for a friend this past winter and never posted it. I made it up as I went. There are things I would change if I did it again, but it was a learning experience! And it was a good excuse to use lovely Artyarns supermerino.

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3  Re: Rusted Root in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: May 02, 2007 08:15:41 PM
30 rows in!

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4  Re: Vogue Knitting Woven Trellis Scarf in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: January 28, 2007 10:05:57 PM
Ok, so no time for a real photo shoot, but it's done, and here it is!  I thought it was a little difficult post-weaving (starting the second garter end), but all in all, an easy knit.  Kind of boring, though...



How are yours coming?
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5  Re: Vogue Knitting Woven Trellis Scarf in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: January 17, 2007 03:48:07 PM
Here's a progress pic!:


What a mess!  Here's one that is a bit more orderly:


In Cascade 220, it's not as luxurious as the rest of yours will be, but it's a nice dependable yarn. I'm on tube #5; the end is in sight!

~vasetthi
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6  Re: Knitty's Lickety Split Socks! in Knitting: Completed Projects by vasetthi on: August 10, 2006 02:33:33 PM
I have a picture with flip flops, so I thought I'd post.  A few of us were making these over on the KAL board.  I even have sandals that I got in Japan to model them with!  I know these are exactly like the ones in knitty, but they're for my sister (year of the rabbit) and these are the colors she would want, so it's kind of boring for all of you!  I did use star buttons instead of rabbits, though...

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7  Re: 'Lickety Split' from Summer Knitty in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: August 07, 2006 08:41:17 PM
Yippie! 

The toes:


The buttons:


They're so comfortable!


I hope my sister likes them.  They're for Christmas.  I'm trying to get all my gifts done early.  If only I could get on top of other parts of my life...
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8  Re: 'Lickety Split' from Summer Knitty in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: July 29, 2006 10:34:30 AM
All right - first one done!  It's far far far from perfect, but I'm having a lot of fun.  I have to sew up the back and find some buttons, but I've cast on for the second one.  How's everyone doing?

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9  Re: Razor cami knitalong? in Knitalongs by vasetthi on: June 06, 2006 11:42:39 PM
Well, it's not much, but here's what I have so far:

I'm cursing my non-stretchy yarn, but I like the color. I decided to go with 2x2 ribbing.
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10  Red Ribbon Illusion Scarf: Now with Pattern on Page 1! in Knitting: Completed Projects by vasetthi on: May 03, 2006 08:06:28 PM
I made this AIDS Awareness scarf for a silent auction to raise money for my local AIDS Walk.  It was my first time trying illusion knitting, and my first time making up my own pattern for a project.  I really like how it turned out; now I just have to hope someone bids on it!  

Hmmm... just looks liked a regular old striped scarf:


But wait!  What is this strange magic?:




The auction is Tuesday; I'll let you know what happens!

~vasetthi

EDIT: Ok, so I have no idea how to post a chart, so I wrote it out.  A couple things to explain: the lines in black font are knit in black yarn, the lines in red font are knit in red yarn (you can obviously change the colors), and every odd numbered row is knit, straight up.  I included the first few odd rows to get you started, then left them out for ease of reading.  Following this pattern will make ribbons that are pretty large & in charge.  I'm sure you could play with it and leave out some lines to make them smaller, if that's what you'd like.  Please let me know if you have questions; I'm not always such a good communicator.  Thanks for your interest in this pattern - I'm glad people are using their knitting skills for good and not evil!


Yarn: Lamb's Pride worsted, 1 skein each of red and black
Needles: size 8 straight
MC = red
CC = black


CO 29 sts in MC
(Row 1 [RS]: k)
Row 2 [WS]: p

(Row 3: k)
Row 4: k
(5: k)
6: p

(7: k)
8: k
(9: k)
10: k5, p5, k9, p5, k5

12: p5, k5, p9, k5, p5
14: k5, p5, k9, p5, k5
16: p5, k5, p9, k5, p5
18: k5, p6, k7, p6, k5
20: p5, k6, p7, k6, p5
22: k6, p5, k7, p5, k6
24: p6, k5, p7, k5, p6
26: k6, p6, k5, p6, k6
28: p6, k6, p5, k6, p6
30: k7, p5, k5, p5, k7
32: p7, k5, p5, k5, p7
34: k7, p6, k3, p6, k7
36: p7, k6, p3, k6, p7
38: k8, p5, k3, p5, k8
40: p8, k5, p3, k5, p8
42: k8, p6, k1, p6, k8
44: p8, k6, p1, k6, p8
46: k9, p5, k1, p5, k9
48: p9, k5, p1, k5, p9
50: k9, p11, k9
52: p9, k11, p9
54: k10, p9, k10
56: p10, k9, p10
58: k11, p7, k11
60: p11, k7, p11
62: k11, p7, k11
64: p11, k7, p11
66: k10, p9, k10
68: p10, k9, p10
70: k9, p11, k9
72: p9, k11, p9
74: k8, p6, k1, p6, k8
76: p8, k6, p1, k6, p8
78: k8, p5, k3, p5, k8
80: p8, k5, p3, k5, p8
82: k8, p5, k3, p5, k8
84: p8, k5, p3, k5, p8
86: k7, p6, k3, p6, k7
88: p7, k6, p3, k6, p7
90: k6, p6, k5, p6, k5
92: p6, k6, p5, k6, p5
94: k6, p6, k5, p6, k6
96: p6, k6, p5, k6, p6
98: k6, p5, k7, p5, k6
100: p6, k5, p7, k5, p6
102: k6, p5, k7, p5, k6
104: p6, k5, p7, k5, p6
106: k6, p5, k7, p5, k6
108: p6, k5, p7, k5, p6
110: k6, p5, k7, p5, k6
112: p6, k5, p7, k5, p6
114: k6, p5, k7, p5, k6
116: p6, k5, p7, k5, p6
118: k7, p5, k5, p5, k7
120: p7, k5, p5, k5, p7
122: k7, p6, k3, p6, k7
124: p7, k6, p3, k6, p7
126: k8, p13, k8
128: p8, k13, p8
130: k8, p13, k8
132: p8, k13, p8
134: k9, p11, k9
136: p9, k11, p9
138: k10, p9, k10
140: p10, k9, p10
142: k11, p7, k11
144: p11, k7, p11

Repeat these 144 rows two more times, then repeat rows 1-8.
BO.
I made tassles by cutting pieces of yarn in pieces of about 14 inches each, then took 3 of one color, folded them in half and pulled the loop through the scarf with a crochet hook.  Bring the ends through the loop and pull tight.  I alternated red and black along the edge.

Happy knitting - I'd love to see your FOs!
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