Monday, June 20, 2005

Fo! (Old Finished Objects)

I took a lot of photos today of some old projects..Nothing great. I give away a lot of the things that I do...So all that is here are a couple hat/scarve sets and some other things.

first is my pink and blue crocheted hat. It's nice and...stylish? Who knows . I got the pattern from Family Cirlce Knitting a while back. I needed the practice so..yeah.
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This is my first ever attempt at an earflap hat. It ended up being too big, but lovely all the same. I made a scarf to go with it that was just *Hey! Lets throw some yarn together in random patterns to get color knitting practice!* I don't like it very much.
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this is a hat/scarf set that I actually wear a ton. I love to wear thin scarves year round (except summer) and this is the perfect one. I did it out of a cotton blend so it keeps me nice and cool/warm.
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First pair of mittens. They keep my hands warm but they aren't anything special.
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This was my first sock. since it was my first time using DPN's, tiny yarn, and makign a sock, I decided it wouldb eb etter to do the same pattern but on size 9 DPN's with worsted weight yarn. I think it's pretty damn sexy myself.
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Here is a photo of the sock again, but there's a video tape so you can see how massive this thing really is!
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Another hat/scarf set. Made in my school colors because I was told that I didn't have enough spirit. Made out of cotton so as to not get too hot.
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My little WIP basket that has the back pannel of my sweater in it--It takes too long to make these sweaters. psh.
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Who would have thought that the bag from the Burts Bees Starter kit would make such an excellent knitting/crocheting accesory case?!
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This is my latest crocheted bag--Can hold a lot without stretching too much.
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To give it added support, I wove the handle into the sides of the bag.
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One last shot of the bag...
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Now just some photos of me wearing some of the things from above!
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That is a lot of photos. Sorry if it kills your computer.
Im out.


1 Comments:

Blogger wittyknits said...

I just trucked on over from lj, and wanted to say that I too use the Burt's Bee's zipper bag for my knitting supplies. So much that I almost bought a second Burt's kit last week to get another bag!!

Everything looks great!

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 9:15:00 AM

 

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