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11  Roll Your Own Needle Case in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by CarEll EllDar on: November 13, 2006 05:20:17 PM
I used some scrap fabric I had along with a couple of fat quarters I bought at Creativ Fest in Toronto.  The only reason I used so many fabrics, hence the 'patchworky' end result is because the fabrics that I really loved were to small to go the distance.  I have a lot of fabric, but most of it is fat quarters so when a pattern calls for a 26" wide piece, I am royally screwed.  Luckily it worked out (I think).  I really like the wood fabric, it makes me laugh.  Of course, I only have one... no two... no three sets of needles so far, so the case is rather limp at the moment. 

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12  Tiny Baby Bootees in Knitting: Completed Projects by CarEll EllDar on: October 16, 2006 04:48:35 PM
I'm learning how to knit and my friend Marti introduced me to increasing and decreasing using a pattern from Zoe Mellor's book 50 baby bootees to knit.  I loved working on these; one set is going to brand new baby Stephan and the other is going to my brother and his wife who are expecting a their first child early next year.

The white bootees (my very first!) were knit with 100% acrylic yarn I bought at the doller store and the blue bootees were knit with a cotton/acrylic blend that I bought on clearance.  Both were knit using 4mm needles.

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