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1  Re: Beginner sock knitters unite? - Silver's sock class KAL in Knitalongs by Krisnotes on: August 08, 2008 05:18:14 PM
Hey, mind if I join?  I've knit this pattern before (it's my fave), and I am currently working on a new pair. Is it ok to tag along?

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2  Swiffer Cover in Crochet: Completed Projects by Krisnotes on: June 15, 2008 10:31:58 PM
I used my last swiffer pad the other day ago and I refuse to buy any more. So I'm sticking it to the "Swiffer Man" and I made my own.

I just chained until it measured about 16" and sc the first row and sc through bl only the rest of the rows. I sewed little sleeves and there you have it. I used it today and it works great. Grin

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3  Scrap Handwarmers in Knitting: Completed Projects by Krisnotes on: March 05, 2008 08:34:22 AM
Just some handwarmers I made using left over sock yarn. When I was making the socks I kept thinking "This would be great for arm warmers!" The sad thing is the socks I made from the yarn is no longer in service due to the sock monster. So now I can't match hands and feet. Oh, well.  Grin I forget what pattern I used as a base. I mostly just knit it from the top of my head pulling tips from my brain from all the countless knitting books I've read.

Sorry for the horriable pictures. Our other computer is down and I can't use the digital camera card with my laptop so I had to use the webcam lol. At least you can get the general idea.

Yarn: Memories from Knitpicks. 100% merino wool in Cape Cod
size 2 DPNs

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4  A True First... in Knitting: Completed Projects by Krisnotes on: June 21, 2007 08:40:37 PM
...pair of socks!

I say this because I have knitted one, but it was a practice run. Here are my hot-off-the-dpns socks:

It didn't take me as long to finish this pair as I thought it would. I started getting second sock syndrome right before I did the graft for the toe (which is a little wonky so maybe a factor Huh) on the 2nd. So not too bad.  Cool

Here's the details

Pattern: from Silver's Sock Class (lurve it!)
Yarn: Memories 100% Merino Wool from Knit Picks in "Cape Cod"(ack! ack! some is on clearence and I'm broke!!!! Shocked) Nice and squishy.
Needles: size 2 dpns (knit on 4)

thanks for looking  Smiley
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5  In Bloom in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by Krisnotes on: June 12, 2007 12:55:25 PM
I made this to match my Under The Hoodie

inside (used leftover fabric from fatbottom https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=99674.0)

Is it wrong to wear knit and carry crochet? Grin

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6  Under Where? Under The Hoodie in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by Krisnotes on: June 12, 2007 12:48:24 PM
I can't believe I haven't posted this yet Grin I made this last year!:

Up close and personal:

I used my crappy cell phone to take these pictures. The colors really are these:

I wanted to get as close as I could to the colors of the one in the book. I don't own anything in these colors so it was a nice change. It's made with Caron Simply Soft in size Medium. It's super soft and it only cost me 6 bucks to make! I haven't had the chance to wear it much outdoors (southeast Texas mind you), but I wear it all the time indoors because I married a polar bear.
I even have another UTH WIP in green shades:

I'm making this one a size larger to be more comfy and a little frumpy for my days when I feel lazy (or lousy).

I even had enough yarn left over to make a handbag (crochet) from the Happy Hooker!
Is it illegal to wear knit and carry crochet? *lol*
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7  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by Krisnotes on: November 19, 2006 09:54:19 AM
Cool! I love everyone's hair!! I just chopped off all mine for my bday. My hair was so fried so it needed it. I'm always scared to get my hair cut though, because most of the time I walk away very unhappy. My hair is thick and curly under and wavy over. It's weird. But the cut I got yesterday works well. It's a bob-ish, but the lady added a lot of texture to it and it plays off w/my curl/wave. My hair has been from one end of the rainbow to the other and just recently I put it back to my own natural color. I'm going to leave it be for a while and just focus on making it healthy again. here it is before:

kind of boring. Just there hanging around.
and today:

this is just as I rolled out of bed. Not even messed with yet. I love the cut because it's fuss free. Just a wash and throw in some mousse and run my fingers through it and I'm done. This is great for lazy people like me *lol*
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8  FO: My Fat Bottom (heh) in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by Krisnotes on: June 06, 2006 03:05:02 PM
Here she be:

my girl doing her strut

she loved being my model

true colors

it's all inside...


thank you

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9  Re: Show us your Photoshop and PSP art!!! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Krisnotes on: June 02, 2006 08:48:46 AM
Nothing special. Used tubes in PsP to mess around. I love to knit so I created a yarn tube to go with it. It's like yarn porn *lol*

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