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1  FO - Bella Blouse in Knitting: Completed Projects by maxmom1162 on: June 18, 2007 05:17:02 PM
I didn't see too many people knitting the Bella Blouse from IK's Summer issue (the free pattern). I tried starting a KAL but no takers. Well, I love it! Here it is:



Apparently, I need to add some more info to this post - well, there isn't much more but here's what I can tell you. I used Lion Brand Microspun in turquoise - the finished piece is a bit more drapey than the original appears in the pattern but I like that. I constructed it in the round instead of in pieces because I don't like to seam. I left off the sleeve inserts mostly because I liked it without. The only problem I had with the pattern was the yo called for at the beginning of the purl sides on the chart. I couldn't get the hang of it so I did yo at the end of the knit side and then slipped the first stitch on the purl side. Worked like a charm.

If you would like to see a modeled shot or a shot of the detail, please feel free to visit my blog. But don't feel like you have to visit my blog http://www.knitsawrap.blogspot.com/2007/06/bella-isimo.html - it's just an offer. All other info is right here on this post.
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2  Non-original, Original Summer Sweater in Knitting: Completed Projects by maxmom1162 on: May 15, 2007 08:15:40 AM
So when is a sweater an original design vs. a tweaking of a pattern? I ask because I just finished a sweater that is sort of a combo of two sweaters. I've used the measurements and general style from the top of the Simple Knitted Bodice and for the bottom, I used a stitch pattern that I did on a child's cardigan (Tater's Cotton Cardi). Here's is the result:



For more details and photos, go to my blog: http://www.knitsawrap.blogspot.com/2007/05/non-original-original-sweater.html
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3  Favorite FO for little girl in Knitting: Completed Projects by maxmom1162 on: January 30, 2007 07:55:15 AM
My friend just adopted a little three yo girl from Viet Nam and she's just as cute as can be. So I finally got to knit a cute little girl's cardigan in pink. Love how it came out. Pattern is from Marie Grace Smith on Garter Belt. It looks like it was very hard but it's not.


For more photos and details visit my blog: http://www.knitsawrap.blogspot.com/2007/01/pretty-in-pink.html
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4  Scatter sweater complete in Knitting: Completed Projects by maxmom1162 on: August 21, 2006 06:30:25 AM
When I saw this original design posted on Saunshine's site, I just knew it was for me. I highly recommend the pattern - the fit is great and the pattern looks difficult but in fact is very easy. More details and photos on my blog:



http://www.knitsawrap.blogspot.com/2006/08/scatter-d-about.html


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5  Re: leaf-t (pattern by kitschy-kitchen) in Knitting: Completed Projects by maxmom1162 on: July 19, 2006 09:16:21 AM
I made one too in Hot Pink - TLC Cotton Plus. Here's a photo of the finshed sweater:




And one (sorry for the poor quality) of it on:




Details on my blog: http://www.knitsawrap.blogspot.com/2006/07/raspberry-leaf-t-complete.html
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6  Regine is complete! in Knitting: Completed Projects by maxmom1162 on: July 06, 2006 05:36:58 AM
I love finding great patterns online and this one caught my eye when I was looking for a sweater that incorporated some lace. I shortened the sleeves to make them 3/4 length but other than that I stayed pretty true to the pattern. See more detailed photo on my  blog: http://www.knitsawrap.blogspot.com/2006/07/regine.html

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