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Mosquito
« on: October 06, 2006 12:11:15 PM »

Hello everybody!



Here's a purse a made a little while ago.



And a mitten from Interweave knits. (I swear I've made the other one! I just don't have a picture. Wink)

Please comment!
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Jane2
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2006 05:08:23 PM »

I like them both!

Am curious about the purse handle though. How did you make it?
It looks soooo sturdy.
That is what has always scared me off of making a purse - because I could never figure out how to make the handles substantial enough. (The amount of "stuff" I carry in a handbag would soon wreck any knitted handle I've ever seen.)
The variations in the purse pattern are great. It looks like a stitch "sampler" bag!

As for the mitten(s) - I believe you (about them both being knit). Just wish I had them on my hands tonight. Brrrr!
That pattern is quite different - were they very difficult to knit?

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linda_t
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2006 01:57:04 AM »

Those mittens are really cool! Great job!
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Mosquito
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2006 06:35:27 AM »

Thank you!

Jane2:
The handle is made out of icord with two strands of yarn which was surprisingly sturdy. I also made the bottom with two strands and I didn't need to line it, in fact it was so sturdy it could stand straight up while I was knitting it. I hope you know what I mean.  Undecided
I don't know if that would always work though, depending on the yarn.
It is pretty much a stitch sampler bag! I went through my stitch dictionary and tried lots of new things. It was fun.
The mittens weren't too hard. I believe next time I would pick up fewer stitches for the thumb part, it's a little too big.
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