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1  Baby Knits [Image Heavy] in Knitting: Completed Projects by oldladygrady on: August 28, 2006 10:46:47 AM
She's not quite big enough to wear it yet, but I'll try and post a pic when she is.  for now, here's a baby rugby sweater:

(pardon the nalgene, i was taking this picture for my blog)

a baby bobbi bear:


some booties from Simple Knits for Cherished Babies :


and some bibs from Mason Dixon Knitting:
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2  wool diaper covers in Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies by oldladygrady on: August 22, 2006 01:17:09 PM
i made these for my baby who is in cloth diapers

they're super absorbant, and they only cost me like a dollar to make
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3  Re: knit wrap sweater... in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by oldladygrady on: September 14, 2004 09:25:08 PM

I found this sweater here
http://www.rebecca-online.com/en/anleit/heft_26_anl_18-19.pdf
You can't really tell from the foto, but part of the sweater is removable so that it only has one sleeve.  I think this pattern is really innovative I'm planning on making on for myself.


If that link doesn't work, just go to rebecca-online.com and it's the two-part sweater under the patterns section.
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4  jewel box shawl for me mum's b-day! in Knitting: Completed Projects by oldladygrady on: August 25, 2004 01:47:01 PM
Here is the shawl that I made for my mother's birthday. 
It's made with Caron's jewelbox (ruby).  All I did was cast on 1 stitch and then increase one every row until it was about 5 feet from the tip of the triangle to the top of the shawl.  Then I cast off all the stitches and picked up half of them, so it would be a little more see through on the top, and finished knitting til I was done with about, the fourth skein.

Here's the fingerless mitts, from Melanie Falick's Weekend Knitting that I made with the leftovers.
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5  my first sweater in Knitting: Completed Projects by oldladygrady on: July 16, 2004 10:27:14 AM
Look ma! No pattern!

This is the first sweater I ever made, and the first one without a pattern.  The picture's a little poopy.  (Sorry, it's a camera phone.)


It is  100 degrees outside here in AZ and i can't even bear to put it on for the photo (it's brown sheep company 100%wool), so why do I need a sweater you may be asking?  Well, i'm moving to Rochester, NY in 3 months, and I figure these unemployed summer months are the perfect time to get some winter wardrobe knitting done.

edit: moved pic to its own line so that the post is skinnier - melidomi
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6  Re: Magazines / Clippings / Etc in What the heck can I do with THIS? by oldladygrady on: July 09, 2004 01:03:03 PM
I got the idea for the reuse of my magazine clippings from....you guessed it!  A magazine.  I found this cheezy pinwheel quilt project in a Martha Stewart magazine, but i liked all the fabric she had used.  So, i cut out the template  for the diamond on a piece of cardboard and cut out every cool pattern ( i looked out for shapes, colors, repetition, etc...) i found in a magazine in the same diamond shape and now my whole wall will soon be covered with my magazine clippings quilt.



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7  UGLY PLANT-NICE ORIGAMI TREE! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by oldladygrady on: July 09, 2004 11:24:33 AM
I happen to think that cacti are one of the ugliest plants around.  I also happen tp live in Arizona so I was bound to get one sooner or later. 


Fortunately, this ones long spines made it a good tree for my origami flowers that i was too lazy to make stems for.
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