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21-12-2011
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a crochet dress for a school project~~)) my mum helped me a lot with it:p







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27-12-2011
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that's so cool! I'm learning crochet at school in January!

Here's a scarf/hoody I made for school.

(edit: I just realized you can't see much of it. I have find a small pic of it to post ')
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my sister knitted this scarf, she is amazing at knitting and sewing!

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some of my recent crocheting projects






i learnt how to crochet last year in a short workshop and i love it, i love the power crafts give you, the power of doing your own clothes and accessories

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hey, could one of you tell me which stitch was used for this sweater?
http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m1...ya5o1_1280.jpg

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At the moment there I have three knitting projects running:

- a red turtleneck sweater with plait pattern
- a dark blue coat similar to this:

- a black basic scarf for the winter in Fisherman's Rib (see at my blog)

(photo is from wollfactory.de)

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Alvedansen: I think there are two stitches for that sweater. A jersey one (the black) and then I can't figure out the white... if it's a "nid d'abeille" (or maybe it's all one type/ a jacquard) (that's just my guess ')

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This coat:


I really love it!

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Maybe a bit offtopic:
I´m going to the USA over Christmas. Does anyone know if it´s allowed to knit in the airplane?
I googled it, but all I could find were old thread in old forums. And maybe something changed since 2006.
People write in those threads that it depends on the airline, but I think the security regulations for the USA are special...

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^ I crocheted on the plane to London a couple of times, nobody said a word. I was worried that the crocheting hook wouldnt be allowed in the hand luggage but it was...dunno if that helps, maybe just try and see like i did

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i think i try it definitely.
but i am unsure if i should take a thin or a big needle with me.

I have got a really tiny one. its thickness is 3.5,circular knitting pin of 40cm/15.75inch and the needle length is 8cm/3.5inch. so really small. and i have another one which thickness is 5.5 and 80cm/31.5inch circular and 14cm/5inch pin/needle length.
I don´t know which one is better.
I could prick someone with both. i guess the 3.5 one would hurt more. but maybe the "over see" that one...
i am unsure which one i should take with me... :/

unfortunately I don´t know how to crochet.

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Id try with the bigger ones, theyre more blunt...but i dont know if it will make any difference in the end...try both? Or just call the company youre flying with or send an email

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i thought the bigger one would be better, too.
I read online that it depends on the security people on the airport...
I´m flying with Lufthansa, they say online that no sharp/pointed objects are allowed. But in those old forums I read that people flew with lufthansa and they knitted on board.

I will make a try. at worst I lost my knitting needles and need to buy new ones.

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^ I would try and travel with plastic needles instead or metal I feel like that makes them less dangerous.



Here is a scarf I crocheted. I wanted to try and make tassels they were super fun to make them. It has another two tassels in the back.

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just wanted to let you all know I knitted in the airplane. it was no problem at all. that really saved my life :p

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