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1  Re: Knitty's Cablenet socks? along? in Knitalongs by knittinfiasco on: June 29, 2008 10:54:28 PM
I miss the old auto-photobucket widget.



Sock 1's pic is too big. Tongue

I need to rip back & re-do the toe (it's what I get for following the directions too literally--bad fit).
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2  Re: Apothecary Raglan from Knitscene Winter 07/Spring 08 KAL in Knitalongs by knittinfiasco on: February 10, 2008 03:11:37 PM
I is a'most done!  Trying to decide if I'm satisfied with the sleeve lengths or if I'm going to go a bit longer, into mismatchy territory.


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3  Apothecary Raglan from Knitscene Winter 07/Spring 08 KAL in Knitalongs by knittinfiasco on: February 02, 2008 01:29:47 PM
Hi! 

I don't know about you, but I enjoy knitting different looks. Smiley

The Apothecary Raglan sure qualifies!

I think this a great project to knitalong to, what with the entrelac and endless ribbing--I know I need encouragement! Smiley

Here's my WIP (click to see larger):


I'm doing this in Plymouth Boku, colorway 10, all on US 8s because I'm small and the pattern doesn't provide measurements small enough for me.

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4  Re: What do you store your stash & supplies in? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by knittinfiasco on: December 26, 2007 03:47:13 PM
I love having translucent or clear containers in medium sizes so I can see what's in them without digging too much. Smiley  I have 5 small plastic tubs, one of them is Snapware (Christmas gift), so there are layers w/ easy access (just right for skeins from the ball winder). Smiley 

I also like to use sweater bags from the Dollar Tree (they don't sell online, but there is a store locator).  I think they're a good size to make 2 layers of yarn--just right for looking at without digging through the bag.  These bags can be manipulated to lay nicely on top of each other or squished to fit, which is great for the shelf some of my stash lives on.

My newest place for my stash is a wicker seat with a flip-top cushion & bag inside from Tuesday Morning. Smiley

ETA: piccies!

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5  Re: So, what did Santa bring? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by knittinfiasco on: December 26, 2007 08:55:21 AM
  • Knitting Workshop by Elizabeth Zimmermann!
  • a knitting bag
  • Clover knitting accessories (stitch markers, needles gauge card, tapestry needles, row counter, point protectors, stitch holders)
  • extra row counters
  • a giftcard to Michaels
  • a Snapware container that became a yarn holder Wink

And money & giftcards that might become craft-related stuff. Smiley

ETA:

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6  Re: Long Drops Socks.. anyone up for this? in Knitalongs by knittinfiasco on: November 14, 2007 03:21:25 PM
Toe-up!
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7  Re: help altering a stitch pattern? yay spiders, I hope in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by knittinfiasco on: November 14, 2007 02:38:03 PM
actually.... you could make the body low or high and still be spidery.


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Circles are where strands would need to begin or end at, Xs are where you'd pick up the strands on another row.
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8  Re: Secret Craftster swap (Round 3) Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by knittinfiasco on: October 30, 2007 05:38:12 PM
dirtyprettythings' Secret Craftster fears the Australian customs has lost her package, so she wants me to show the proof of her hard work. Smiley



And the rest shall be links, so dirtyprettythings can have some resistance to temptation. Wink
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9  Re: "Harry Potter & the World of Knitting" KAL! in Knitalongs by knittinfiasco on: October 20, 2007 03:20:17 PM


It's a quick knit on worsted weight & US3s! Progress since last night. Smiley I'm weaving in the light gray behind with this technique http://sockpr0n.blogspot.com/2006/10/how-to-weave-in-ends-while-knitting.html.
I cast on fewer sts because it's too wide at that gauge otherwise.  This will be backed in fabric.  In it's natural state, it's an odd curled tube.
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10  Re: Bayerische sock-a-long? in Knitalongs by knittinfiasco on: October 12, 2007 08:26:41 PM


Tada! I finished one! Smiley
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