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31  Re: Wood Carrier in Completed Projects by twilight on: December 26, 2005 12:12:20 AM
After moving back to New Mexico my husband and I are again living with a wood stove. So I sewed up another wood carrier. Works great!




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32  Re: City/Area Swap; Extension: October 24th in The Swap Gallery by twilight on: November 08, 2005 12:37:18 AM
I got my package from Dragonmuse several days ago but am finally around to posting a pic. The coolest part is I'm going to NY next summer for a wedding. My DH and I will probably stay a week so we'll have plenty of time to visit. Dragonmuse sent a bunch of brochures for arty places and a whole book on traveling to NY. The broadway magnets were very cool, especially since I'm reading Wicked right now.



That bag is even bigger in person and will make an excellent knitting bag-plenty of room to hold my projects. Thanks Dragonmuse!
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33  Re: City/Area Swap; Extension: October 24th in The Swap Gallery by twilight on: October 17, 2005 11:18:50 PM
SewingLori-I'm so glad you liked everthing! Taking the jackalope around town was the best part. It was my husband's idea to pose with him on his head. hehe

And aschnebly here's a few pics of said Jackalope playing tourist.











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34  Re: City/Area Swap; Extension: October 24th in The Swap Gallery by twilight on: October 14, 2005 06:28:23 PM
Sewing Lori said my package arrived and asked if I'd post pics.



sage wrap, lavendar incense, crocheted chili pepper, jackelope, postcard, magnet, photo album of jackelope around Taos, greeting card from an artist friend, some recipes

and



some brochures and papers from around Taos

I had a lot of fun putting it together!  Grin
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35  Re: Poster Boy Bag in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by twilight on: April 21, 2005 05:11:54 PM
I have my yarn, I have my image and I even have photoshop. Problem is I can't get my Che to work right in Knit Pro. When I run the following image thru it "erases" a lot of the white and his eyes are just blacked circles. Anyone know how to make grids in Photoshop.



I'm toying with the idea of having a pic of Cuba on the back. Then it would be a different image but not as detailed!



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36  Knitty's womb in Knitting: Completed Projects by twilight on: April 15, 2005 02:22:51 PM
A friend of mine recently had a hysterectomy so as a get well present I decided to make her the womb from Knitty's winter issue. It turned out so cute! I finished it fast too-only took two days.


The fallopian tubes are bendable so you can pose her:
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37  Re: Om Yoga Mat Bag in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by twilight on: April 15, 2005 02:18:27 PM
I had never done lace work before and this pattern was great to learn on. I used Egyptian cotton yarn bought off ebay. I did mess up-I used 8mm needles instead of size 8. By the time I realized I had already knit quite a bit of the bag so decided to finish it with the bigger needles. The holes are a bit bigger but I'm happy with the way it turned out.


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38  Simple Shawl in Knitting: Completed Projects by twilight on: March 25, 2005 07:52:31 PM
My husband bought me some beautiful yarn for me awhile back. I tried making a shawl from knitty.com but the yarn I have was so fuzzy the drop stitch on the edges didn't work.

So I decided to figure out a shawl pattern myself. I searched thru craftster and found someone said you could make a shawl my simply increasing 1 stitch on each end. I cast on 10 stitches, increased 1 stitch on both ends on the knit rows and knit it up in stockinette stitch. I stopped when it looked wide enough and added fringe for decoration. I used size 10 needles to make it really airy.

I wanted a simple pattern to showcase the yarn because it's absolutely beautiful. The yarn is handpainted mohair and was bought off ebay. I think the brand was Over the Rainbow Yarns but I've had this yarn for a few years and am not 100% sure of that.
 
Here's the kitty, approving of my work.


And another pic.
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39  Re: Completed "ribbed for her pleasure" scarf!!! in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by twilight on: February 20, 2005 04:44:18 PM
I made a ribbed for her pleasure scarf for my boss for this past Christmas. She loved it. This was my first attempt at ribbing.





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40  Re: Catwarming Set - SNBN in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by twilight on: February 20, 2005 11:15:45 AM
I was all butterfingers with the double point needles so I just knit this up on straight needles. My cat always plays with my knitting projects so he was happy when he actually got one to play with long term.  Smiley

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