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Topic: Crochet Hook and Knitting needle Roll  (Read 1023 times)
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« on: November 23, 2007 09:30:13 AM »

Ok so I really needed something to hold my knitting needles and crochet hooks cause every time I went to find one it would take me forever to locate it in my wip bag or where never.

So I made this! It's not perfect, for some reason it's kinda lop sided, this is what i get for actually trying to iron down my sides to make them straight, never again will i do this Tongue

Here are some pics.

All rolled up!
front (outside) as you can see it's kinda crooked  Undecided oh well! You;d think I've never sewn before Tongue
outside again, i was trying to get a good pic of the fabic, u can sorta see past the kitty that decided he wanted his pic taken instread
inside, cute monkey fabric and brown fabric
And with stuff in it, not everything, just what I could find... hence the one knitting needle and not two Grin
The pocket you see to the far right is for a needle book, which i am in the process of making! and the other pocket of the same size is for a sketch book, I like to sketch out what I am makinging before I make it.. unless I have an actual pattern.

What do u think?
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I am interested in doing personal swaps!!!
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2007 12:35:17 PM »

Ohhh, it's really nice!
I made one too recently. How did you managed the edges? It looks like you sewn it right side to right side and then turned it. Is that right.
And how is it held together?
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2007 12:45:17 PM »

yup it was sewn like a pillow, right side to right side, but I sewed the 3 pieces of fabric for the inner part together first then sewed it right side to right side.

I'll make a little diagram if you like. It's really quite easy. I drew on the lines to where I want the little pockets to be with a pencil before I stitched it aswell.

I am interested in doing personal swaps!!!
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2007 01:01:19 PM »


I am interested in doing personal swaps!!!
« Reply #4 on: November 25, 2007 02:21:21 PM »

Thank you!
How kind of you to make a description. And it is very clear too.
I'll use that method the next time.
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