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superchloe
« on: March 20, 2008 11:17:32 PM »

yes, armwarmer in the singular. I made it in what, seventh grade [I was what, 12 or 13]... I never did the other one. it was like SSS, only it was SAS. funnily enough, both are methods to proving congruency of a triangle.



so I had yarn leftover. it'd been stashed for a while and I was like hmm,. what to do with this yarn... so i found a lovely drop stitch pattern which worked up incredibly quickly (http://christine.typepad.com/photos/completed_projects_2006/drop_stitch_scarf_011106.html) and did it.
people say it looks like water.
more pictures will come when my internet decides to work like it should.


sorry its sideways. (and a sneak peek at my latest crocheted project!)
its not very long, but its still pretty warm.
stitchwork! the yarn is just som red heart in multi blue.



I also made a palindrome scarf, striped, which I've given away already but will post if it gets cold enough for my friend to wear it (:
oh, and a police line scarf back in december. I'll post that when I get pictures of it (:
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« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2008 09:51:12 AM »

That is so cool. You've used some really interesting yarns. Did you really make that armwarmer in 7th grade? How old would you have been (I'm British)? Please post your other FOs I'd love to see them.

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« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2008 07:30:47 PM »

I like the colors, especially in the armwarmer.  And I liked the math geekery-nss (yes, I made that word up.) with the SSS and SAS...
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