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1  Simple Shrug by Caron, er Kristi in Knitting: Completed Projects by Missklo on: April 16, 2007 05:48:59 AM
So, I'm finally getting around to posting pics for my shrug that I finished almost 2 weeks ago.  The only thing I'm unhappy about is the collar ribbing.  I think I bound off too tight and it has a curl ing effect that makes it seem smaller.

Oh, yeah.  That spot on the back is from my dirty mirror!!



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2  What happened? - With update in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by Missklo on: March 15, 2007 12:54:40 PM
Ok, so I'm knitting in stockinette stitch and i see that there is a hole in the middle of my work.  It looks like one of the stitches was increased to make two.  Or maybe I dropped a stitch.  It doesn't really look like a dropped stitch.

Here are two pics.  I know how to fix a dropped stitch, but this look a little more complicated to fix.

Can an expert please give me some instructions that will help me out.  I've looked on knittinghelp.com and have found nothing about this mistake.

I'm about 12 rows above the mistake.





The top pic shows before I attempted to fix the hole.  The bottom pic shows after.  I'm sure I could have taken out the stitches before or after and knitted them together somehow, but I only ripped out the extra line of stitches and made the hole smaller.  The latter seemed easiest at the time.

Hopefully no one will notice the hole.  No one is going to care anyways.   Cheesy
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3  Beatrice shrug, finally!! in Crochet: Completed Projects by Missklo on: January 06, 2007 09:13:47 AM
I finally wore this last week and am just now getting around to posting a pic.  This pattern has been attempted in the crochet-a-long board and I am so excited to be one of the first to finish.

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4  Re: Beatrice in Crochetalongs by Missklo on: January 06, 2007 08:50:51 AM
Here is the finished product.  Finally!!


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5  Re: Fendi Bag in Crochetalongs by Missklo on: July 14, 2006 12:24:41 PM
Ok, I've had this done for a while.  Sorry it took so long to post a pic.

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6  Fuschia thong in Crochet: Completed Projects by Missklo on: July 12, 2006 06:04:54 PM
Here'a a little something I made more for my boyfriend.  I think he secretly hates my crocheting.  Maybe this will change his mind.  I used Lion Brand mocrospun with a size F hook and they came out quickly and soft. The hardest part was trying to keep the back chains from twisting before I crocheted into them.  I have a thing with crocheting with as little starts and stops as possible.

Front


Back
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7  Crocheted purses in Crochet: Completed Projects by Missklo on: July 12, 2006 05:57:07 PM
Here are some purses that I recently completed.  This blue and pink wooden handle purse I made for my 6 year daughter.



This purse was to try and reproduce this Sak handbag.  http://www.thesak.com/product-exec/last_cat/4779/product_id/785
It turned out the perfect size for my daughter.

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8  Eyelash poncho in Crochet: Completed Projects by Missklo on: March 27, 2006 05:40:45 PM
This poncho is so cute.  I got the pattern out of a Bernat Bonus Book.  It's title Girly Girl.  Instead of using baby lash I used regular eyelash in white and a pink baby yarn.  It came out so cute.  I also started to make a hat to use all the eyelash yarn.  Only I didn't have enough so it ended up being a headband which came out cuter than I ever would have imagined.





The enseble makes her look eskimo.  You can't tell because she's a very busy model.
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9  Toddler halter top by smrfchic in Crochet: Completed Projects by Missklo on: March 27, 2006 05:35:01 PM
Ok, so I loved this pattern.

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=25279.0

My daughter is only 9 months so I altered it to fit.  Only ch 25 for the bottom and omitted the last round on the boobie triangles.  Also made the pattern to go around to the back.  So thanks to smrfchic for posting sucha cute pattern.



Yeah, my model isn't very patient so I didn't get a pic of the back.
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10  Bernat Cottontots Toddler Hoodie to Crochet in Crochet: Completed Projects by Missklo on: March 27, 2006 12:05:29 PM
I am finally getting to post my projects.  This pattern included a hood, but I couldn't ever figure out how to get it put on so I made a collar instead and also added and edging at the end of the sleeves to match.  I was easy for the most part.  I think I should have used a different technique to sew it together.  I put the right sides together and connected with a sc.

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