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16-05-2009
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Forget what I wrote in that post about the collar being closer to my neck. After I actually wearing the jacket several times, it's alright the way it is. I would definitely make the buttonholes smaller though.
What colour is yours going to be?

Deborah, that sweater is cute. Colour knitting is something I want to try in the future.

Right now, I'm close to finishing this lacy scarf.
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that lacy scarf is delish!! im thinking about doing my coat in a black and army green tweed cascade 220. as soon as i start i'll take pics. i just moved and so my life is settling in a cloud of dust right now. LOL

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*edit* OMG it turned out beautifully!!! is it itchy to wear?? i was thinking if i did one i might line it...OMG OMG OMG! i just love it! congrats on doing such a fab job lady.stardust

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Thank you! Not itchy at all.
I already have thoughts of making another one.

I finished that scarf, but I'll probably give it to my mom. It's not really me.

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i took inspiration from knitta please for my uni project this is actually part of my marketing plan for the brand i have created. so i did some knitting graffiti about my city its not jumpers or scarves but its still knitting









all pictures my own

for more knitting graffiti google 'knitta please'

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that's awesome! i love the concept of knitted graffiti!!

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i just picked up the latest issue of vogue knitting and there's this really cute cap sleeve sweater i think i might try if i can find some yarn that would work...anyone working on anything right now??

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Is it the two-coloured one shown on the preview page?

I'm making this ruffle wrap.
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i have just taught myself to crochet flowers! i love them, im working on a head band for my friend just need to knit the band then place them on

a large circle scarf/snood i made for my uni project



and a simple hat with pom pom



pictures are my own

i should really get abit more daring with my knitting!

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I love to knit! I want to knit my first piece of clothing this year. Does anyone know any easy patterns for like a sweater or a cardigan?

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those are nice photos, EIR


petit lucille showed me a cool site full of unique socks.. sockdreams.com.. ex. a sock with toes.. ^^ i found this sock there, a closeup of the fabric.. unusual knit design.

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This thread has inspired me to start knitting again... I can both knit and crochet but haven't done it in years... I should be okay though, my most difficult project was a chunky jumper... My mum is a great knitter so I bet she'll be happy to know that I'm following her steps
I think I'll start with a big scarf for now... will make sure to post some pics

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I want to do a big chunky circle scarf too Elegance.is.refusal did you knit it like a regular big scarf and then sew it into a circle or knit it round?

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Help Please!
so i haven't been knitting for too long and i had a question about some knitting instructions. Im making this purse and i am at a part where it says Change to cream and,beg with knit row, work 2 rows in St st

the question is am i going to knit one row purl one row and thats it.
Or, is it knit one row purl one row=1 row
knit one row purl one row=2 rows. So four rows?

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I think you knit one row, then purl the next. Stocking stitch is just like two right side rows, so when you look at the right side, you'll have three knit rows. hope that makes sense.

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