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31  Re: ARGH-gyle fingerless gloves help in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by steezah on: January 31, 2007 10:22:47 AM

You appear to be a Knitting Adventurer. You are through those knitting growing pains and feeling more adventurous. You can follow a standard pattern if it's not too complicated and know where to go to get help. Maybe you've started to experiment with different fibers and you might be eyeing a book with a cool technique you've never tried. Perhaps you prefer to stick to other people's patterns but you are trying to challenge yourself more. Regardless of your preference, you are continually trying to grow as a knitter, and as well you should since your non-knitting friends are probably dropping some serious hints, these days.


--hahaha bang on!
What were you?
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32  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by steezah on: January 31, 2007 08:58:18 AM
I normally dye my hair in the winter because it goes crazy blond in the summer. Narually my hair is a thousand shades of blond and light brown, untill one day a few years back i decided to go a super RED.



I loved it, but my mom practically cried because my prom was 4 weeks away and my dress was hot pink!

and this is from a burton/billabong/element fashion show
crazy hair. i loved it. i think my goal in life is to make my flat hair as big as possible


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33  ARGH-gyle fingerless gloves help in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by steezah on: January 30, 2007 11:12:48 AM



I have bitten off more than I can chew!
I'm using Romni Wool's(lys) Angora Silk on 3.5mm and have knitted thus far. I'm not sure if you can tell by the photo but the black rows slowly increase at the wrist from 49 stitches to 60

Here is what I want to do but not completely sure how.

1. set up the flat piece on a couple of dpns and make the rest of the glove in the round.

To do this I need to figure out
a) how many stitches in to make a thumb gusset
b) how many stitches per finger
c) how much more I need to increase
d) keep the argyle centered



2. add a triangular hole on the top of mitt like so, again keeping the argyle centered so the seam is at the back.
(thanks to www.drgirlfriend.com for the original pic)




flat to in the round? triangle hole? thumb gusset?
i must be crazy.

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