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1  Re: Hoopla A-Long 2013-2015 in Needlework: Stitchalongs by inle_rah on: January 12, 2015 09:27:17 AM
Hi everyone! I'm new to this stitchalong, though I've been lurking for a little while and admiring everyone's work.  I've been wanting to do more stitching, and you have inspired me to complete this little project which I have been thinking about making for a few months.  The quote is from The Bloggess.

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2  Re: Spun to finished photos in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: June 03, 2013 10:49:11 AM
I dyed this fiber probably a couple of years ago:

Big Top - hand dyed roving by inlerah, on Flickr

And after having it sit in my stash for a while, spun it into this:



And then it sat around for a while, waiting for the right project to come along.  My co-worker is having a baby, so I made her this:


Colorful elf baby hat by inlerah, on Flickr

I gave it to her this week and she was so excited.   Smiley
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3  Re: FIBER FIBER FIBER Friday 14 Sep 12 in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: September 15, 2012 11:00:58 AM
Gorgeous yarns and batts.  I had my drum carder out recently and made this:

 

Which then became this:



Otherwise, I haven't been up to much lately. Not feeling very inspired for some reason.
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4  Re: Fiber Friday 01/27/2012 in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: January 27, 2012 01:59:07 PM
Very pretty, I like the red and grey one.

I don't have anything finished this week, instead I have 3 different singles that I haven't figured out how to complete.  Maybe you guys will have some ideas.

This one might just end up staying like this.  I was thinking about plying it with another color, but nothing looks right yet.

Green alpaca by inlerah, on Flickr

The bobbin is a single of a fiber batt of unknown origin that I found in my stash. There wasn't very much of it, so I blended up the batt in the background to use in plying.  Will have to see how that goes.

single and batt by inlerah, on Flickr

This is another batt of unknown origin.  It is really bright and I'm not a huge fan of orange, so I haven't figure out what to do with it yet.

daydream by inlerah, on Flickr
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5  Candy Cane baby dress in Knitting: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: December 15, 2011 04:27:36 AM
My niece sent me a picture of a knit dress she had bought for her baby with a note to the effect of, "Wouldn't this look cute in candy cane stripes for Christmas?"  After searching around, I couldn't find a pattern that I liked, so I pretty much winged this one:


Candy Cane dress by inlerah, on Flickr

This is the first time I have done pleats and I am proud for figuring out how to make them on my own, since I was working the pattern from the top down, and all the instructions for pleating that I could find were from the bottom up.  Next time I will make the pleats deeper I think, but overall I am pleased at the results and can't wait to see my 1 year old great niece in this.  Smiley
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6  Re: Spun to finished photos in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: October 25, 2011 05:40:38 PM
Been a little quiet around here. Hope everyone is busy doing fun and creative things.

I have a project to share, which I started for the sheep to shawl contest and then was unable to finish in time due to a tendonitis flare up.  Yuck.  Anyway, I finally finished the shawl and thought I'd show it off.  Smiley

Here is the finished yarn, 1 ply BFL and 1 ply merino/tencel.  About 7.5 oz and 800 yards.

Finished yarn by inlerah, on Flickr

and the finished shawl:

Snowflake Shawl by inlerah, on Flickr

More pics of the process in my Flickr account:sheep to shawl pics

I also finished these fingerless mittens:

Ruffled mortar by inlerah, on Flickr
and another queen anne's lace scarf:

Queen Anne's Lace scarf by inlerah, on Flickr

so what have you all been up to?
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7  Re: Fiber Friday Sept. 2 2011 in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: September 03, 2011 06:24:46 AM
Holy lot of yarn!  Those look fantastic.

I was not nearly so productive, and I'm late to the party, but I did have one new yarn this week.

End of Summer handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr
End of Summer handspun yarn
Merino, Wool/Mohair,Border Leicester Locks & Butterfly Blue Sparkle Fiber.
single ply, thick n thin
1.4 oz / 110 yards
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8  Re: Fiber Friday 22 July 2011 in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: July 22, 2011 08:15:48 AM
Oooh. They are lovely.  I love the shading in the brown BFL.  So pretty.

I have 3 new yarns this week, even though it is now much too hot to make me feel like spinning.


Dawn - handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr
This is from a batt of hand dyed fiber - it's got a bit of everything - merino, bfl, cashmere, firestar, etc....


Ectoplasm by inlerah, on Flickr
This is about an ounce of hand dyed bfl plied with glow in the dark thread. I've been trying to take a picture of it glowing in the dark, but thus far have been unsuccessful.


Fire and Ice by inlerah, on Flickr
And this is from another batt of miscellaneous hand dyed fibers.  Both this one, and Dawn were among the first batts I carded on my drum carder, so I am kind of partial to them.
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9  Re: July 15 Fiber Friday in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: July 15, 2011 07:51:30 AM
Beautiful yarns this week. I don't normally like yellow that much, but the variations in your yarn are lovely, Antsy.  And I love the merino/silk blend, it looks so soft and pretty.

I spent much of the last 2 weeks working on my sheep to shawl yarn, but after my fingers started cramping, I decided to take a break and spin some kind of sloppy, thick and thin singles.  Here they are before setting:


Lady in White handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr


Ghost Stories handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr


Warriors handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr


I also maybe half an ounce of the merino/tencel single I was using for my sheep to shawl yarn leftover, and as luck would have it, had a small amount of bfl laying around that seemed like it would work together, so I did this little skein:

Allure handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr
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10  Re: Spun to finished photos in Spinning: Completed Projects by inle_rah on: June 24, 2011 01:23:13 PM
Finished this hat sometime in the last couple of weeks, I went on vacation and have totally lost track of time.

Anyway, this yarn is spun from the very first fiber I ever got. It was a present from my friend who sold me her spinning wheel and taught me how to spin.

This picture shows the colors pretty well:

Heat Wave - handspun yarn by inlerah, on Flickr



Entrelac Tam by inlerah, on Flickr


Entrelac Tam by inlerah, on Flickr

I still have a lot of this yarn left (it was almost 8 oz of fiber) and am thinking of doing a matching scarf.
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