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1  wee little kid knits....NOW WITH PATTERN :D in Knitting: Completed Projects by GoatHerder on: May 04, 2005 02:06:48 PM
I didn't have enough yarn for a full sweater and my daughter wanted something out of the purple loopy fuzzy yarn. The aforementioned yarn is a grand total of 13.7yrds. yes folks thats the whole skein for $5.99 ( i didn't buy it, it was a gift). not even enough for a scarf....so I made a little girlie shrug.
But its way darn cute and she loves it.

and the back...


If there are any questions or unclearities, please don't hesitate to ask or email me.

Childs Shrug

Yarn: Lion Boucle (Lion Brand) Tutti Fruitti 2 skeins

Size 11 needles (and size11 circular cuff needles) or knit to gage:
Gage:14 rows, 10 sts = 4x4”

Cast on 43 sts.
Row 1: knit
Row 2: knit, inc one st each end (45sts)

Right side: knit across
Wrong side: k2, purl to last 2 sts, k2
Repeat this pattern for 3.5”

Right side: put first 8 sts on holder.

Working only center 29 stitches: (you can place the last 8 sts on a holder if you’d like. I leave them on the needle.)
Knit 1 row.
Next 2 rows bind of 1st 3 sts.
Knit in SS stitch for  2.5”

Next RS row: Knit is SS on the first 5 sts for 1” Bind off stitches.
Bind off center to the last 5 sts. Knit SS on the last 5 sts for 1” bind off stitches.

Front left:
Knit 4 rows in SS
RS row: knit to last 4, K2tog, K2
Keeping in SS, repeat decrease in this manner every other row until 5 sts remain.
Knit SS on these 5 for 5 rows.

Front Right:
Knit 4 rows in SS
RS: K2, K2tog, knit to end
Keeping in SS, repeat decrease in this manner every other row until 5 sts remain.
Knit SS on these 5 for 5 rows.

Sew shoulder seams (these are your only seams).
With circular needles, Pick up  20 sts around arm hole (my daughter has small arms, you may want to pick up a few more stitches if needed).
Place Marker and knit one round.
Knit in SS until sleeve measures 5.5”
K2, K2tog, K to last 4 K2tog, K2.
Knit for 3 more rounds and repeat decrease.
Bind off loosely.

Repeat with other sleeve.

I crocheted the lopi trim onto the shrug. It was approx 13 yds.
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2  My Chillin's Easter getups. not ur avg... in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by GoatHerder on: March 27, 2005 06:56:14 AM
I asked my kiddos what they wanted to wear for Easter, since I was fresh out of ideas. My son decided he wanted camo pants and a hobbit shirt. Sure why not, says I, that'll be simple. So here he is complete with coonskin cap:

And my daughter wanted a skirt that 'went way up' when she spins. So I did a simple pink polkadot circle skirt. I decided instead of a regular hem, I'd have a bit of fun with the serger. And what better way to accessorize than with striped tights:

and a detail of the serged hem with decrative silk threads:

They both love their outfits, so that makes me happy!
Thanks for looking!!
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3  Re: Fuzzy, shiny purse shaped like a vulva in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by GoatHerder on: March 12, 2005 06:08:23 AM
I had to make one of there nifty little change purses... It is all polarfleece with the exception of the satin labia and clithood. The clit itself is an old rhinestone button.

And (pun intended) the inside is leopard print fleece

Grin I love my cozy, cuddly, little...well, you get the idea.

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