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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Knit Bunny on: July 08, 2005 01:39:51 PM
I knit this bunny based loosely on this one  (with a few mods- I redesigned the ears a bit.) 
I used a worsted weight yarn (Red heart classic) with New York  "Fluff"  I think the next time I use Fluff I'll either double it or pair it with a sport weight to make it less sparse.   It was also my first time embroidering on knit so I tried my best.  My friend is very fond of the word "Rogue" and that's the story there. Wink



2  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Any more recycled silk yarn ideas? on: January 13, 2005 05:14:43 PM
SO I got this gorgeous recycled sari silk yarn scarf from a Tibetan shop in town, but realized once I got it home, that I cannot wear it for more than 5 minutes without it feeling like it's sticking hundreds of tiny barbs in my neck.  I'm normally not allegic to silk either. 

I was thinking of frogging it and using it for an accessory project (away from bare skin.)

Someone brought this up before- yes I saw the thread but that was a while ago, and there were only 2 ideas...
Does anyone have any new ideas or patterns for using recycled multicolor silk yarn?  It's too rich and beautiful for me to waste.  I was thinking maybe scrolling designs on a pair of jeans... knitting a little handbag... I don't know.

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