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221  Re: knit crochet goodie bag swap gallery! in The Swap Gallery by zombiecazz on: September 24, 2007 11:51:26 AM
I am sooooooooooooo Happy that the package has finally arrived. So glad you like it.

Here are some pictures.

Group shot



Bead and crochet silk set



Crocheted Teabag Cosey



The Blue knit book, filled with swatches of knitting patterns



inside



OMG  Shocked Shocked look a glaring mistake!!!!
Ridge Stitch actual pattern is......
Row 1: knit
Row 2:*k2 tog all across the row
Row 3: K into front and back of each stitch
Row 4: purl
(Too busey making pretty frogs obviously)

Stitch Counter Bracelet






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222  Knitted Piggy slippers for DD in Knitting: Completed Projects by zombiecazz on: September 22, 2007 09:49:33 AM
I found this sock pattern on knitty that just uses 2 needle so I thought I would give it a go. Half way through the first one my DD caught me and asked if it could be for her. Sucker that I am I said Yes, but decided it would more useful to make her slippers rather than socks. The result. Off course slipper 2 is better than 1 as I refined the pattern








Pics could be better, but couldn't get DD to hang around long enough. Comments welcome.

One thing though. What exactly does w&t mean in the pattern? I'm sure t means turn, but when I did it I got holes see....



How do I prevent this?

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223  American McGees Alice in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by zombiecazz on: September 09, 2007 04:16:09 PM
My first crocheted doll. I made this for an Alice in Wonderland swap last month. It was my first ever attempt at a doll. No pattern. All clothes removeable Yeah!





The only non-crocheted part. knitted skirt.


Alice's embroidered face. she's meant to look a bit sullen and dark like the character. Her hair is a bit Bob Marleyish, but it was my first ever Home spun yarn, plied with metalic red thread.



Alice's pockets.



What do you think?



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224  Re: Broomstick crochet neckwarmer in Crochet: Completed Projects by zombiecazz on: September 07, 2007 05:05:18 AM
Some close up of the pattern. I've done mine in blocks of 4.





Each little block is made of 4 loops of yarn with 4SC across the top.
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225  Broomstick crochet neckwarmer in Crochet: Completed Projects by zombiecazz on: September 06, 2007 02:02:33 PM
This is my first Broomstick crochet project. I learnt the technique a couple of months ago and just started making something. It was going to be a shrug, but then I saw someone else's neckwarmer and I thought YES!!! that's what it could be.







My Co-model is Thomas, the yarn is a mix of drak green acrylic and lighter green Mohair. it's so cosey.
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226  Re: knit crochet goodie bag swap gallery! in The Swap Gallery by zombiecazz on: August 30, 2007 05:10:51 AM
The other photo I promised. The maple biscuits and the 2 crochet magazines are missing. Biscuits being eaten and mags well thumbed.

I was so spoilt.





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227  My teabag bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by zombiecazz on: August 30, 2007 01:40:16 AM
I was actually getting round to putting my teabags into a storage jar,  which left me with the foil bag they came in....and inspiration struck. Well maybe not inspiration as such, maybe more like a memory of some funky Capri Sun bags.
SO I made this:





My DD loves it and uses it to cart her doll around. One day I'm going to make a bag just for me. Smiley
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228  My first doublepointy sticks project in Knitting: Completed Projects by zombiecazz on: August 28, 2007 01:54:11 AM
Used part o my summer hols to learn how to make socks using double pointed needles.
Went online and found an easy pattern.

Then I added my own little twist, a little Vandyke stitch from my fab needle work book and this is the result. Made for and modelled by my OH





Close up of vandyke stitch



OH loves them and used them as house slippers as they are very cosey. What do you think?
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229  Re: Urban Chickens in Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions by zombiecazz on: August 18, 2007 05:32:47 AM
I have 2 silkie hens, 1 silkie Cockerel, a barnevelder hen, a maran ( i think)  hen and a silkie chick. They are all fab and very interesting. They love to get in and about the when you're gardening. They wander into the house if we leave the back door open. The only complaint I have is that they love to eat my veg, so it's a constant ight to keep them out of the veg plot. Although if it came to it I'd preer to have my chucks than my veg. Grin


The silkies

Silkie chick





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230  Re: Alice In Wonderland Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by zombiecazz on: August 15, 2007 12:34:49 PM
My partner has received and she asked me to post some pics for her.

Group shot



Alice jotter



Off with their heads pin cushion



Mad Hatter Wall hanging



American McGee's Alice - in crochet (and a little knit)



The knitted part



Picture of Mad Hatter bracelet wasn't in focus so didn't post it. You can see it in the group shot.












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