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« Reply #650 on: November 23, 2005 01:49:48 PM »

I made one of the little sock ornaments with ribbing at the top instead of seed stitch. I think I'd go with seed stitch next time.

The colors are atrocious, but I chose them just to make a practice one to see if this is what I want to make for all the relatives (I think I'll do one of these and one of the cute little sweater ones also).

I made it on size 1s instead of 0s and with the worsted weight I had lying around (Paton's I think--I hate making anything wearable out of this yarn because it's pretty scratchy, so this is a good way to get rid of all the extra I have lying around).

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theresat
« Reply #651 on: November 24, 2005 08:07:41 AM »

I love those legwarmers! They look awesome. I like the little flecks of color in yours. And the bunchiness (made-up word, I know)! I can imagine how warm they must be.

Thanks!  I made them by knitting with two yarns together, one was a very thin merino (I ran out of the red that you see on the right after the first, so subbed a rainbow one for the left) and the other was a kind of thin boucle (not as puffy and bumpy as your average boucle).  They're very warm, I love wearing them with slippers around the house.  Smiley
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« Reply #652 on: November 24, 2005 05:43:55 PM »

Okay, this is really the Bobbi Bear but the pink kerchief is the one from page 108 on the elephant. I didn't weave in the ends yet because I had to add more rows to fit around the wider neck of Bobbi Bear.
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tejer
« Reply #653 on: November 25, 2005 10:17:29 AM »

I made the men's cashmere scarf (with knitpicks' decadence, which is 100% alpaca). The pattern is totally wrong in the book, but you can find it on the purlsoho website. I think it's actually just called broken rib. I like the way it turned out after blocking. Can you believe it grew about 9 inches with blocking! It's 70" long now, but I think that's great. I took photos of the right and wrong side...



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apixiegrl
« Reply #654 on: November 25, 2005 10:24:41 AM »

gorgeous... are u giving it as a gift cause that is one lucky guy that gets to wear that scarf.. it looks so soft.
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tejer
« Reply #655 on: November 25, 2005 11:02:39 AM »

Yup---It's for my grandpa and I have more yarn to make one for my dad.
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kathyruth
« Reply #656 on: December 02, 2005 04:12:38 PM »



Details on my blog.
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apixiegrl
« Reply #657 on: December 03, 2005 08:45:23 AM »

wow girl .. U make some awesome stuff. I checked out your blog and i luved everything. awesome, awesome, awesome.!!!!
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ax174
« Reply #658 on: December 03, 2005 11:46:48 AM »

Just FYI, there are 4 patterns from this book in the Good Housekeeping Holiday Best 2005 magazine.  There's a scarf, the baby booties (my fave!), sock and sweater ornamants, and best of all, the bear/rabbit/elephant stuffed dolls.  If you don't already own LMKG but want to check out some of the patterns, the magazine is an inexpensive way to try out a few.

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flyingpizza
« Reply #659 on: December 04, 2005 05:32:31 PM »

My Hourglass Sweater!



I used 11 balls of Noro Silk Garden #8 and size 5 needles (I knit loose Smiley)

Though I look like a linebacker, I still think this pattern's a winner!
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