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1  cabin camouflage dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by snaggletooth on: March 27, 2007 09:51:21 PM
I, along with many many others, have made the new Built by Wendy dress and I love how it turned out.  They seem to have corrected the sizing issues on the last batch of patterns, yea!  I used some fabric I picked up at reprodepot.com last year and used purple for the contrast.  I need to wear it in an urban landscape though, or nobody will be able to find me.

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2  nobody will steal my lunch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by snaggletooth on: March 27, 2007 09:46:46 PM
I made a little tote to take my lunch to work in that won't be easily confused with other lunches, usually packed in our store bags.  No more trying to figure out which lunch is mine!

sadly i can only figure out how to post tiny pictures.  sigh.
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3  Phew! Heating Pad Cover Complete! in Quilting: Completed Projects by snaggletooth on: March 26, 2007 11:13:27 PM
It's taken me a long time to get this done, never enough spare time.  Had I spare time, this probably wouldn't have taken much of it at all, but alas.  Here is my heating pad cover from the Denyse Schmidt Quilts book, I love how it turned out and I think it will be getting a lot of use.

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4  Re: Stella!!! in Designer Clothing Homage by snaggletooth on: March 14, 2007 08:26:48 PM
Is this the sweatshirt you are talking about?

If it is and you've not yet made it or are still planning to, I picked it up at work in the Rosewood color so let me know if you have any questions about it.  It really shouldn't be too hard to make.
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5  where did you get that dress? in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by snaggletooth on: January 29, 2007 10:29:53 PM

I made McCalls 5315 the other day, and I love the way it turned out.  It's a cotton/lycra blend and I had to make the 4 even though according to the pattern back I was an 8, good thing though because the amount of fabric stated to buy on the back was wrong.  Several people asked me where I had gotten it, a few asking if I had purchased it at Barney's or at Nordstrom where I work, so I think that means a job well done.
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6  big zig or first quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by snaggletooth on: April 10, 2006 07:57:40 PM
I just finished my first quilt, it's the Big Zig from Denise Schmidt Quilts.  It took a while, mostly because it is very hard to cram a queen sized quilt under a regular armed sewing machine.  Phew!  I have to say I can't wait to make more from this book.  So cute it is.

Here is a tiny photo of it, it's an odd angle becasue the bedroom is so small it's about all I could get.

There are photos of the process here http://snaggletooth.b-e-e.net.
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7  Heirloom Cardigan in Knitting: Completed Projects by snaggletooth on: March 01, 2006 08:25:26 PM
I've just finished the Heirloom Cardigan from Rowan 37.  I had the knitting done a while ago but it took me ages to find the correct buttons.  I finally found beautiful pearl buttons at Tender Buttons in Chicago.  I felt like after all this work on such tiny needles the buttons were of the utmost importance.  I knit it in Rowan 4ply Soft (so dreamy) color Goblin on US2 needles.

I wish I could get a larger image to show all the stitches but I couldn't get one of appropriate size to upload, but I do
have one posted here snaggletoothbee.blogspot.com.
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8  Re: Projects from "Handknit Holidays" by Melanie Falick in Knitting: Completed Projects by snaggletooth on: February 07, 2006 06:10:12 PM
Everyone's projects from this book look so good, I can't wait until I've used up enough of my stash yarn that I feel I can buy yarn for the Counterpane bags.  I love how you used Lambs Pride for yours and changed the top rebeldaisy.

I just finished my Log Cabin socks from this book.  I used Cascade 220 in Pear and smaller needles since my feet are super small instead of the chunkier recommended yarns.  I love them, they are very soft and warm, my only problem is they are very very dangerous in a house with exclusively wood floors.  I'm thinking about sewing leathers to their bottoms to keep me on my feet.

Oh, and they are both the same legnth, I just have either a droopy sock or different sized calves holding (or not holding) them up.
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9  Re: 'Knitting Olympics' knitalong in Knitalongs by snaggletooth on: January 25, 2006 10:54:10 PM
I just found this thread and I am psyched to say I will be competing in sweater #20 from the Phildar Automne 05/05 Tendances. 

We'll see how it goes, I won't be too upset if I don't complete it in time for the gold but it would be nice...
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10  Re: Anyone want to make Knitty's Broadstreet Mittens with me? in Knitalongs by snaggletooth on: January 12, 2006 07:35:32 PM
I don't know if this will help or not, but this is a diagram of how I made my mitts exact mirror images of each other.   

For my increases I used the left and right slanting M1 increases which made nice definition for the slant of the gusset and leaves no holes.

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