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1  Re: *TUTORIAL* Patchwork Purses...Reversible! Adjustable! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Neveth on: February 16, 2007 08:26:41 AM
Here's my attempt so far!

I think I'm going to add a flap to it at the top to give it some sort of lid-type thing. not sure though. May just leave it as-is. I love it dearly though!
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2  My first mini-tote and purse! Pics ahoy in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Neveth on: February 06, 2007 09:04:43 AM
Hello! This is my first foray into the Purses, Bags, Wallets section!

I got it into my head a few weeks ago to make some sort of small tote bag that I could keep my current sock-knitting project in, thus I looked up the Jordy Tute and made this one!

And then I was like "Hey! This is easy! And boy do I ever have a thing for purses! I should make my own! Faster than knitting and felting one!" And thus Came my first real purse!

The small tote was made from a bunch of fabric my mom had - the outside is a pair of sheets from the 70's. The inner fabric is the large amount of leftovers from when my mom made curtians and such for my room when I was a baby (and I'll be 23 next week) The actual purse's outer fabric was some fat quarters from the quilting section with some sturdy interfacing fused on and the lining was more leftover baby-room fabric. There was going to be a pocket, but I forgot to sew it in, and also messed it up.  Cheesy
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3  Re: Mr. Octopi - Octopus with Instructions in Knitting: Completed Projects by Neveth on: June 28, 2006 08:17:56 PM
Finished mine! I ended up crocheting his bottom cause it was less hard for my brain to handle. ^^ This cutie is for my boyfriend. A bunch of my friends saw him in the finishing stages and they all demanded one too. Heh. I'll have a hoarde of them! Woo! Grin

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4  Knitted Mailer Daemon! in Knitting: Completed Projects by Neveth on: March 23, 2006 05:25:48 PM

Lookie! He's a Mailer Daemon! Ain't he CUTE?

He's the product of the week before last's RP session (We have long sessions. LONG sessions.) and was made up pretty much on the spot. I didn't write anything down, sadly.
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5  Percey Shelley! (modified Kate from winter Knitty) in Knitting: Completed Projects by Neveth on: January 29, 2006 03:55:18 PM
So, previously I posted my version of Kate, which I named Lord Byron. Being the dork I am, I decided to make him a friend and name that one Percy Shelley.

Meet Percy!

He and Lord Byron get along famously. First they decided to watch some DVD's....(Though Byron's never far from a book!)

But then they decided a road trip would be a better idea!

(I don't think they realize that's my Middle Earth atlas they're using. Cheesy )

All I did to make Percy was make 2 pairs of arms, and just knit one entirely in MC.  Hope you enjoy!
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6  Meet Lord Byron. (kate from Knitty) in Knitting: Completed Projects by Neveth on: January 15, 2006 11:53:04 PM
I made my version of Kate the other day, using leftovere yarn from Christmas presents.

Meet Lord Byron

He's named that because he's very goth looking. Even though he's pretty happy.

He's very pleased to meet you.

My next project is to make a bunny version. He'll be Percy Shelly. Mwa-ha-ha. .... What? I hang out with Lit majors.
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