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« Reply #20 on: March 16, 2007 01:19:23 PM »

I love knitting bags - I've made about six in the past month just using scraps from my stash.

I love entrelac too, I'm in the middle of knitting a blanket.
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« Reply #21 on: March 16, 2007 02:41:10 PM »

I love knitting bags - I've made about six in the past month just using scraps from my stash.

That's me too! I love doing purses, big and small. Probably my most favorite thing to do on the needles. And headbands. Love, love, love doing headbands. And hats on my loom.

You'd never know it the past couple months, though. All afghan squares for an exchange and I'm still only 2/3 the way through....
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« Reply #22 on: March 16, 2007 04:34:10 PM »

Knitty's womb.

I've made a ton of them (and altered the pattern significantly... *sheepish smile*) as gifts.  Everyone I know seems to want one as soon as they see it, and since it only takes about two hours and a quarter of a skein of yarn, it's rediculously easy.



I really want to make one of these but I just dont get the pattern. I think Im gonna try with the flat knitted pattern on her website and see if I can understand it easier!
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« Reply #23 on: March 16, 2007 05:46:43 PM »

I absolutely love knitting socks--I carry them to knit everywhere I go.  Nice and portable, they're also comfort knits.  When I need a little boost, I just work a few rounds of my sock, and I feel better.  They can be predictable and meditative but can also be intricate and crazy.  I love me some socks!  Grin
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« Reply #24 on: March 16, 2007 07:03:33 PM »

I like to knit things with ridiculously thin yarn! I like lace at the moment...
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« Reply #25 on: March 17, 2007 09:21:46 PM »


I really want to make one of these but I just dont get the pattern. I think Im gonna try with the flat knitted pattern on her website and see if I can understand it easier!




Yeah, I don't understand the pattern.  What I do is:

1.  follow it until it through the cervix until it gets to the second row of increases for the main body of the uterus.

2.  at ... 9? stitches do a basic increase pattern that is k1, inc1, knit to the end of the stitches on that needle, inc1. Then just knit the next row.  And I just maintain that basic pattern until there's about 12 stitches on each needle.

3.  reverse that pattern with a k2tog, knit to the end of the needle, k2tog.  DON'T do a plain knit row in between.

4.  at 9 stitches, break and draw through.

and then I do the fallopean tubes as written.
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« Reply #26 on: March 18, 2007 10:26:06 AM »

I found its actually easier to follow the pattern when knitting it, its hard to imagine what its describing until you actually have the piece in your hand!! I got it finished no problem (with a little help from knittinghelp on i-cords!)
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