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1  Linux French Press Cozy in Knitting: Completed Projects by plantcat on: December 06, 2010 04:47:11 AM
I made this for my brother. He lives in a house that is pretty drafty in the winter and he is a techie. I found a few cozy patterns on Ravelry and a mitten pattern with the Linux guy and combined them to make this. It is a little long For the press but I think he will still like it.
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2  Tae Kwon Do Afghan in Crochet: Completed Projects by plantcat on: September 09, 2008 06:13:58 AM
So one of my instructors was leaving to go back to Korea and I will miss him so I made him this.

Its not very big(thats me and I'm only 4'9") because I had 3 weeks to get it done. He had a great reaction to it.  Said he was going to use it on the plane.
On of my other instructors asked if I would make her one when I have time.
I used that knitpro website to graph it out. I love that site.
Thanks for looking.
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3  Halo Afghan in Crochet: Completed Projects by plantcat on: March 29, 2008 05:26:05 PM
So my boyfriend has been watching me make baby afghans all winter and he keeps complaining that I should make him one. But, of course, he has all these opinions of how it should be. Queen size, halo, no holes. So, I've been laughing at him and telling him that it would be long time before I could even think about doing anything like that because so many people are having babies and thats just more important. Well, I did started his in January and his birthday is on Monday. And I finished it today. So i thought I would see what you all think about it. I used that knitpro website for the graph and my brother turned this picture into grayscale on him computer.

And this is how it turned out.

I was going to take some photos outside today. But, I didn't get my running around done until 4. I may add a better one later.
Comments welcome. Grin
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4  Re: First knitted lace blanket.Hemlock Ring Blanket in Knitting: Completed Projects by plantcat on: February 26, 2008 11:50:28 AM
Finished!! Yay!  This was so much fun to knit but, the last few rows took forever.

Here it is blocking.

And here it is finished.

I forgot to take a picture before I blocked it. It was really lumpy and it didn't look anything like it does now. It ended up measuring 53 inches.

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5  First knitted lace blanket.Hemlock Ring Blanket. Finished!! in Knitting: Completed Projects by plantcat on: February 17, 2008 12:55:01 PM
Hi! I just started knitting at the end of December and this is my first big project. This is my first knitted blanket, first lace project, and the first time I have worked from the center out with DPNs.
 I printed the directions out on Feb. 13th, started knitting on the 14th and I'm up to row 79 already. So, I thought I would enter it into the challange so it would give me incentive to finish it before next weekend.  So, I'm going to try to figure out how to put a link on here.

Oh yeah, I'm using Wool Ease in Wheat.
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