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on: July 04, 2004 08:24:56 AM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by melidomi
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I'm working on my first - for my aunt. here's my yarn, and my sophie so far:

i'm using manos del uruguay - it's taking more than 1 skein.
 
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on: August 16, 2004 06:54:58 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by jete
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I finished 2 sophies

Yarn: Patons Classic Merino Wool Grey Mix & Burgandy


Yarn: Cascade 220 Quatro 9439

 
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on: January 16, 2005 07:41:38 AM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by SouleMama
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I know this thread is a tad old, but it seemed like the most logical place to put my weekend creation......yes, *another* Sophie bag. Smiley I love these bags! This one is knit in a yarn I bought from ebay seller sanfelipeysantiago. I'm happy with how the colors felted, though I think I felted it a bit too much, as it's quite small.

before felting.....



and after.....

 
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on: September 09, 2004 12:02:59 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by KaJ
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Here is my mini sophie--pre felted. I'm indecisive as to whether I want to felt it
 
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on: September 09, 2004 01:04:33 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by littleone1098
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Here is my mini sophie--pre felted. I'm indecisive as to whether I want to felt it


Felt It! Felt It! I wish I knew all the cool knitting stuff......like how to follow patterns lol...I SUCK at that, I'm very beginner..dang it, this is soooo cute!
 
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on: January 25, 2005 11:27:01 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by destroyed_sweater
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This is my Sophie.  It was my first non-scarf project.  All of the yarn was Cascade 220.  The bag looks cute, but I'm still having issues with it.  It ended up being too small to fit my wallet inside, and the strap is really flimsy and stretches a lot whenever I put anything inside of the purse.  Any ideas on how to correct this?  I finished this purse in October, and I still haven't lined it.

-Kate
 
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on: February 05, 2005 10:49:34 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by lacklustre
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I used Lamb's Pride as well, and I would agree - unless you're doubling up on the 220, I like Lamb's Pride better for this project - I think it makes sturdier bags.  I was worried about the twisted i-cord straps, too, plus I just didn't like the look of them, so instead of doing the i-cords, I just knitted one long strap in garter stitch.  So far it's holding up really well, although I think I want to make it even wider next time.  I posted this pic once already on the main knitting page, but here's my bag:

 
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on: June 27, 2005 06:21:58 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by tinkerbell.fairy
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Here's my Sophie bag knitted with Cascade 220:



I got more knitted projects on my blog if you want to check it out Smiley
http://kittyscorner.com
 
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on: January 27, 2006 08:48:24 AM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by jane_101
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Yay, my first post!  Cool

Here's my Sophie; I ran short of the brown Jo Sharp yarn so I made the second handle pink and threw together some flowers to tie it all together (IMO).  This was my first attempt at felting and I was surprised how much it shrank in the washing machine, thankfully after a bit of tugging and pulling it turned out big enough to fit my essentials in.  Next time I'll twist the handles more, ever the perfectionist!

 
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on: July 10, 2004 11:27:48 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by elisha
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well, i finished 2 more! the one for my sister is the yellow and blue one on the right...i used a smaller yarn, and the bag itself is smaller (i think it came out pretty cute  Wink) and i added a button to keep it closed.

i love the one on the left - maybe i'll keep it! i used a tahki magic yarn, the color is called sand and sea...
i look forward to seeing all of your bags...
elisha
 
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on: July 13, 2004 10:55:24 AM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by famousamos9787
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Here's my mom's purse. I'm getting a head start on x-mas presents!
 
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on: February 05, 2005 10:55:42 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by kaybee
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i made the sophie out of some australian wool(picked up at the lys--no label--and it's by weight not skein)it was huge before felting. it took one cycle in my top loading maytag----the bottom was to stretchy--but i was afraid it would be too small if i ran it thru another cycle---i put a piece of that ridgy plastic in the bottom--my daughter loves it---her friends all want it now.....



i finally loaded the picture(((thanks  natalie)
 
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on: June 27, 2005 08:22:30 AM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by luv2stitch
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Here's a Sophie made from Patons Classic Merino-New Denim. I would have loved to make it in other colors but our store only has dull colors. I added a chain stitched loop and leather button.

 
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on: January 11, 2006 05:04:25 PM 
Started by famousamos9787, Message by jemadi
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Sorry I'm late to the thread, but I wanted to show off my Sophie.  This is a wonderful pattern for a beginner that wants to try new things.



Details on my blog...
 
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