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1  Re: Too many WIPs-along in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: March 01, 2007 12:17:54 AM
I would chastise you, but a knit thong sounds like so much fun! Was it the Interweave one?


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2  Re: Lacy Thong in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: March 01, 2007 12:15:37 AM
Hey, I can do artsy hanger shots too!

Okay, well, sort of. I'm not going to wear it until I've had a chance to install a bit of cotton crotch fabric, but it makes me happy every time I see it in my workroom.
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3  Re: Too many WIPs-along in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: November 24, 2006 03:27:22 PM

Blaow. I also did the neckband and started a sleeve since taking that picture.
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4  Re: Fair Isl U-Neck from Fall 06 Vogue Knitting in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: November 21, 2006 04:28:48 AM
ROCK! I finished the body!

Stupid lousy low-indoor-light-at-night pictures....

Yes, that's right. I do have 2 versions of chart 2 in there. I did the first one and decided it stood out too much but was far too lazy to frog back and redo it. At least I won't have to recreate my fuckup on the sleeves (I'm making them 3/4 length, so I get to start out with chart 3. ^_^)

Chart 3 is my favourite, aesthetically, but DAMN is it a bitch with the tension and the triple thickness of yarn.

I actually knit the neckband and started a sleeve after that little photoshoot, but you only get to imagine how well this fits so far because I'm too lazy to take lame shots of it on me yet. Let's just say it, well, it fits fabulously. Like, perfect curve-skimming, cleavage-framing, hipbone-hugging fabulous. This may actually be the first sweater I make that I will actually wear on a regular basis.
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5  Re: Brea Purse from Berocco in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: November 02, 2006 01:53:35 PM
Oh. I......er.....finished this a couple of weeks ago.

Sewing in that lining took bloody well forever, mostly because handsewing and I do not get along well at all.
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6  Re: Too many WIPs-along in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: October 10, 2006 03:41:45 PM

GodDAMN I hate hand sewing. If I'd been able to machine sew this sucker it would have been done months ago. Oh, and since the yarn for my little sister's cardigan (knitty's Reid) arrived last night and I've been good about finishing stuff I decided I get to cast on for it today.
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7  Re: Too many WIPs-along in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: October 04, 2006 04:51:03 PM
See? Knee stockings!

I also finished Calla and the Picot Camisole (although both need to be blocked), finished one of my Snicket socks, and sewed buttons on both of my unfinished bags. It looks like today is going to be a sewing day because my hands freakin' hurt from all the knitting I've been doing.
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8  Re: Too many WIPs-along in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: September 26, 2006 09:45:11 PM
Oh hey! I just figured out what to make for my baby sister!

Rock. ^_^
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9  Re: Prairie Tunic, IK in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: June 17, 2006 03:05:49 PM
Finishing is done! Unfortunately for you, I am not currently wearing crucial things like makeup or pants, so all you get are the pictures of this being too large on my dressform.

I'm not sure if you can really tell from that last picture, but I basically modified the back by doing the garter stitch short row edging up to the point where i wanted the first strap to attach, worked the instructions for the strap casing bit, did a 3-needle BO for the casing, bound off loosely across the top until I reached the point where I wanted the second strap, knit to the end, then did the short row edging back to the second strap casing, worked the casing, and finished it off with a 3-needle BO.
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10  Re: Prairie Tunic, IK in Knitalongs by juniperl13 on: May 22, 2006 03:11:55 PM

I really wish cotton could be spit-spliced. This yarn is horribly splitty and it's going to be a bitch to weave in the few ends there are. That aside, I think I got the sizing down, as long as I block the crap out of this in a lengthwise sort of way.
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