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21  Easy Pumpkin Hat for Halloween, Autumn, Harvest (really looks like a pumpkin!) in Crochet: Completed Projects by homebunnyj on: October 19, 2006 08:20:32 AM
I kept searching for a pumpkin hat that didn't look like an orange beanie with a stem on top, but never could seem to find one (in crochet, at least). I found one that had ribs, but they stuck out; pumpkins, obviously, have little indentations, not raised ribs, on them. So I designed my own. Here it is:

What do you think? (Please pardon my son's need for a haircut. Guess I know what I'll be doing this weekend.  Roll Eyes )

ETA: PATTERN BELOW, in Reply #8 Smiley
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22  Need ideas for wood cigar boxes in What the heck can I do with THIS? by homebunnyj on: October 03, 2006 08:04:54 AM
These things have sliding lids and are probably about seven by nine inches, more or less. I have access to a whole bunch of them (like a hundred) if I can figure out some really cool ideas for them other than using them to store stuff... or at least to store stuff creatively and attractively.

If I can make them into something I can sell, so much the better.
Thanks! Smiley
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23  Re: Orange Headband ***Now with pattern! in Knitting: Completed Projects by homebunnyj on: September 27, 2006 07:36:29 AM
Here's my version. Actually it is the first FO I've posted here. Smiley I made it in a variegated Sugar 'n' Cream, although I don't remember exactly what it is called. I like the way the striping turned out. My daughter was gracious enough to model it for me.
I've never used the photobucket image link here before, hope I'm not leaving out an important step.  Undecided
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24  SCORED!! major knitting plunder today in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by homebunnyj on: September 09, 2006 12:16:29 PM
Went to a yard sale and there was an entire shopping bag full of cool yarns and she only wanted thirty dollars for it all!! I mean, there was about forty dollars worth of unopened cashmere alone, (never mind all the opened ones hehe) plus twelve mostly-still-there skeins of all the same kind of wool (not sure of the brand tho b/c the labels are off) in all different colors (fair-isle patterns here I come!), two lovely balls of lavender silk mohair blend, two complete skeins of cascade 220 in the most luscious shade of red I've ever laid eyes upon, a pale pink angora, maroon mohair bulky, various luxury cottons, a divine handspun-looking variegated mohair blend, six skeins of katia buffalo in two related colors, and more... I can't even see it all as it's piled up on my coffee table, there's so much of it. I have never scored so much loot for such a good deal before. I'm weak in the knees. I hope I have the strength to knit it up.  Cheesy
Bless that sweet little pregnant woman for cleaning out her stash <3

EDIT:    I finally uploaded a pic of the yarn, I think this is all, although I have been playing with it and there may be a couple skeins here and there around the house. I just started my photobucket account and I hope I'm putting the pic up correctly Smiley

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