I love the idea of using plastic bags, less chance of something growing in it I guess? I should make something like that for our cat - the plastic bags have entirely filled teh little cabinet I stash them in...
There's a round doily, a square doily, some coasters, a small basket, a couple of cup-cozies, jar decorations, a hook case, a scissor-sleeve-thing, some baby shoes, a kleenex box cover that can double as a placemat, a cell-phone pouch, a change purse, sachets, and uh, pot holders!
I think I've forgotten a couple things, but I don't have the book with me at the moment.
Omni here - You people are awesome! I've had several bad experiences with rabid vegans berating me for eating meat, and it's so delightful to have you lovely people remind me that those folks are few and far between.
If I could ask a question - could you guys recommend a non-dairy food source of calcium(if there is one)? I haaaaaaate milk, and cheese, though I love it, is not something I'm allowed to eat regularly.
"If it uses string, you can do it." - My mom, shortly after I learned to tat and then showed her the fancy knit mitts I'm making.
"You could make so much money selling these!" - various people. I don't really want to try though, because if I make knitting my job, it won't be as much fun. (Not to mention I have bad wrists and cannot produce in bulk)