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Cloverlilly
« on: September 14, 2011 07:54:54 PM »

Another little bit of True Blood goodness. My partner and I had a love for Eric in common so making stuff having to do with him was a lot of fun. I made this case as I went, did try it out on in another fabric which I ended up giving to a friend who knits.

The front, the letters are done in with iron on velvet, amazing stuff. I had never used it before but I fell in love with it.


The inside, there is clear vinyl in the top to hold the needles in, also there is a little zipper pocket for the notions, stitch counters and what not. There are 7 or 8 long needle slots than two (in the red) for round needles (is that what they are called? You can tell I don't knit haha)


A close up of the zipper pocket. It's meant to fold back into the case when it's closed.


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