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1  "Olive You" stuffy in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by annasrobbie on: February 04, 2007 07:22:28 PM
My first felt stuffy!  It is supposed to be a green olive with a red pimento ~ of course since it is for a Valentine present the removable beanbag pimento had to be made in the shape of a heart!!



I once saw a GIANT green olive pillow made out of green velvetine that was the inspiration for this little lovin' olive.
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2  Knitty's Anouk in Knitting: Completed Projects by annasrobbie on: January 22, 2007 07:44:32 PM
This is the "Anouk" design from Knitty.  The pockets I made turned out WAY to large so I chose to embroider a flower on the front. Also, rather then make the side tabs with buttons I just made some ties (the lazy way out!)

And being modeled by the cutest girl around!
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3  Knitted cupcake hat! in Knitting: Completed Projects by annasrobbie on: January 22, 2007 07:33:29 PM
I just finished knitting this cupcake hat for my new little neiceling!  It is from the free pattern on Chile con Yarne http://rsveverka.com/chileconyarne/?p=25
The only change I made was to crochet the trim around the middle rather then to knit it.  It was easy, quick and cute!

What could be better then a baby with a cupcake on its head?
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4  Debbie Bliss baby hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by annasrobbie on: December 13, 2006 08:52:14 PM
This pattern was in the book Baby Style by Debbie Bliss - the pic in the book is super cute - mine  isn't quite a cute but I think once it is on a little adorable baby head it will look great. This pattern is worked flat and then sewn up the back and is an interesting construction.  Very easy - very cute!
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5  I can't decide? Should I braid the scarf? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by annasrobbie on: December 12, 2006 03:08:18 PM
I knit three long skinny (about two inches wide) strips that I planned to braid together to form a scarf (as I saw in a Debbie Bliss pattern book sometime).  Now that they are done though I'm not sure the colors actually go together!  Maybe it would be better just to leave them as a collection of skinny scarves?  I am giving them as a Christmas gift and was wondering if anyone wanted to give me thier opinion.  And if I leave them as skinnies - should they be fringed or just left plain? Any ideas?

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6  Fingerless gloves - Knitty's "Fetching" in Knitting: Completed Projects by annasrobbie on: December 10, 2006 05:59:29 PM
I started this pair of handwarmers last evening, planning to work on them here and there throughout the next two weeks...after the first few rows though, I was addicted!  Here is the finished product - I am so proud I can't stop smiling whenever I see them  Grin This pattern is found in the Knitty Summer 2006 issue - wonderful!

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