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341  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: perfect fit tank top on: July 21, 2004 08:06:01 AM

Love this pattern.  IT is so simple and so cute.  I was looking for a good easy tank pattern.  Thanks!
342  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Katie B's Big Blue Blanket on: July 13, 2004 08:37:32 AM

I thought about making the blanket in long strips but I had already started it at that point.  Melidome-Have you done this?  Is it hard to get the separate squares to line up?

I didn't line the blanket, but is doesn't look that bad on the "wrong" side.  I did crochet the border.
343  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Katie B's Big Blue Blanket on: July 13, 2004 06:50:45 AM

Kategirl, I can't wait to see your blanket when you are done!  I am going to start another one once I get a little break from this one.  Knitting bigger squares is a better idea, I meant for mine to be 10X10, but then ended up 9X9......more sewing up at the end.  But it was fun to knit b/c I used all different pattens on each square, but if I didn't like the pattern it was only a small square.  Have fun!
344  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Katie B's Big Blue Blanket on: July 09, 2004 04:23:25 PM
My niece graduated from high school this year and is going off to college soon.  I knitted this blanket for her by joining 35 9X9 inch squares (total size ~45x63).  She loves the blanket!  It is super heavy.  It was pretty easy to knit up since I was only kntting squares, but joining them all together was a pain.  Now all my other nieces want blankets when they graduate! 

345  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Sue the wombat on: June 29, 2004 08:02:02 PM

I have been meaning to get this book for a while.....after seeing your post I ordered it on amazon also.  You definetely should be getting commision.  I LOVE the patterns, but am a little worried about knitting with such small needles.
346  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: My First Sophie Bag on: June 29, 2004 07:57:02 PM
Here is a picture of my sophie bag.  I used Lopi yarn (which I have bought a while ago to make a different felted bag) and the top is landscape yarn.....it is 50%wool 50% acrylic.  Elisha, I really liked the look of your bag with the two colors.  The only thing I changed from the pattern was I added a little strap across the front so I could attach a button.  I am really happy with how it came out except the straps just seems wierd to me.  Jpants: The straps didn't felt together...that is weird.  Your bag turned out beautiful.

This is my first time posting a picture, so I hope it works!

347  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: My First Sophie Bag on: June 27, 2004 04:47:37 PM
I finished my Sophie bag this weekend, and it turned out really cute (sorry I don't have pichures yet Smiley)  The only problem is that the handle seems really skinny to me.  I followed the pattern and made 2 i-cords.  Does anyone else have skinny handles?  I think that next time I will double up the yarn for the handles.
348  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: My First Sophie Bag on: June 22, 2004 06:35:17 AM

I just joined craftster.....And I love this site!!!!  I have had some yarn kicking around to make a felted purse for my sister.  I have made a few already, but this is such a great little purse I am going to try this pattern!  I'll try to post a picture when I am done!
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