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1  I've been kinda productive lately. in Knitting: Completed Projects by Sock_Tan on: June 10, 2007 05:57:51 AM

Pattern: RPM from knitty
Yarn: Artyarns supermerino 4
I really liked the yarn. The pattern made me want to stab someone.



(This sock is now finished. It wont get a mate.)
Pattern: Generic garter rib. Toe up with short row heels and toes.
Yarn: some random, scratchy wool.  Turned out to be kind of a dissapointment.


A slouchy, beatnick beret of my very own.
Pattern: Made it up.
Yarn: Cotton Ease (new version) In violet. Picture is extraordinarily color-inaccurate.


This is only a fraction of the collection.
Patterns: Ballbands, LOVE cloth, circular cloth (The green one still on the needles, now done.), and a generic 'Increase till happy, decrease till done" style one (The red one), and a heavily modifies Saturday market bag.

My flickr album has more pictures:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/socktan/

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