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1  Re: a couple repeat FOs, tam and panta in Knitting: Completed Projects by juende on: April 29, 2008 11:01:37 AM
love that panta...i tried knitting a panta once but my increase stitches were so obvious! they either created a little hole or a bar. what type of increase did you use to make them so smooth?

i didnt really do anything special, just a knit 2 together. i think it might be the yarn/needle size that helped out. what increase did you use?

There are two version of the panta pattern on craftster - one here and another here.

I think I need to find someone in need of a tam and befriend them...

aw thanks for the comments everyone.  and yes i'm happy to have a tam worthy head near by, i look like placed a frumpy muffin on my head when i wear it.

here is a picture in action
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2  a couple repeat FOs, tam and panta in Knitting: Completed Projects by juende on: April 22, 2008 12:11:10 AM
this is my 2nd tam for the boy apparently the sws was to itchy so recycled acrylic is the way to go.

still on the needles here. i made this one a lot bigger than the last  but it fits him much better, i'll post an action shot tomorrow

and finished here, thanks to the sis for modeling for me

and this is my 2nd panta. i love knitting this, a quick knit

thanks for checking out my knitting
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3  in love with fuzzy felted balls + felted vessel in Felting: Completed Projects by juende on: March 31, 2008 12:35:59 AM
here is my first 'batch' of felt beads and a lot of pictures [my attempt to show all the colors ]. i am so in love with these beads, i have so many ideas for them all!

this is my first felted vessel the inside is all a solid blue

funny thing is that i learned how to do both of these techniques in a design in fibers course and wasn't until i saw them here on craftster that i was inspired to do so much more.. thanks for looking
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4  soy + neck = FO scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by juende on: February 29, 2008 03:05:51 PM
just finished this scarf [a very late christmas gift]... better late.. yada yada

made with 3 balls of SWS patrons in natural blue, size 9 nieedles. i blocked a little, i didnt want to loose to much of the shape of the  pattern.
... i love this yarn oh so much.

thanks for looking let me know whatcha think.
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5  a tasty tam! in Knitting: Completed Projects by juende on: December 14, 2007 07:55:04 AM
oh woot! 2 days to knit, in patrons sws  natural navy. one of many knit gifts.  knit for  my boyfriend who has crazy long long dreads, i just hope its big enough :-P

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6  Re: First knitted Gloves- with pattern! in Knitting: Completed Projects by juende on: November 13, 2007 09:45:22 AM

my hand looks a little ham-ish in these but i think its the yarn, and the tips are a bit square-ish.. but hey it was my practice one.
i gave a finished pair away last year[no pictures] but i plan do a bunch more this year, with some hand spun cuffs.

the pattern i have is a little different, it starts with the thumbs if i find some time today i'll post it.
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