[identity profile] fifkin-dim.livejournal.com
circular
S c a r f - c a p e 
brown and white


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dimensions:
diameter 60cm
materials:
wool 50%
acrylic 50%
metal (hook-and-clasp)
crocheted. I wear myself)


[identity profile] angeofleak.livejournal.com
Nice and blocked and everything!

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[identity profile] graylor.livejournal.com
I was given a pile of yarn, much of it variegated, a while back. I was a new crocheter/knitter but I quickly realized that multi-colored yarn is much harder to make look nice than solids, even solids in weird colors. Looking for patterns for variegated yarn on-line brought up lots and lots of potholders. >.>

So, after many trials and much experimentation, I've come up with a few guidelines that might be helpful to other people who find themselves with some 'oh, but it looked so pretty in the store' yarn. So, er, some of my projects and probably more than anyone wants to know about variegated yarn are over here.
[identity profile] sier96.livejournal.com
I just found this place, and as an introduction I thought I'd post some picks of socks I've knitted. My craft definitely is knitting, although I also do scrapbooking and card-making. I live in Finland, and our winters are long and cold, so I knit socks, mittens, scarfs, beanies, and sometimes bigger things for my family and friends. These are from the last year or so, and they are just a small portion. I don't even remember how many pairs of basic socks I've knitted... Someone always seems to need them :) From some there are two pictures, as an attempt to get a better view of the pattern.

Pictures here )
[identity profile] moonykins.livejournal.com
Hello ladies!

Only just discovered this group, loving what I've seen so far. I draw and paint a lot (or I used to, anyway, and I want to get back into it), but my main obsession currently is costume making, mainly CATS the musical inspired, so I figured I'd share some of the arm/legwarmer sets I've knit lately!

so much knitting~ )

And a bonus full CATS costume - my latest one )
[identity profile] seidenlibelle.livejournal.com
Hi, I`m new in this network;-). and I have a problem: My best friend will leave the country for a few years and I decided to knitt myself as a puppet, so she can still have me at her breakfasttable... any ideas how to start?
[identity profile] missmonsta.livejournal.com
Cthulhu Dice Bag

Gift for a friend facing a total of 16 hours in stopovers on the way to Florida.

(A set of Cthulhu Dice was inside the bag!)

Pattern from http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cthulhu-dice-bag.

Cthulhu dice from http://www.sjgames.com/dice/cthulhudice/
[identity profile] sneakyangel.livejournal.com
I made these earrings recently, my first pair, and I'd like some constructive criticism please! So far all the feedback I've had are "they're cute", which isn't that helpful (but nice to hear!) Knitted earrings (and beaded earrings) are something that I'd like to pursue but I don't know how to make them look professional and not something you make at camp.

Knitted earrings )
[identity profile] tribhreagnu.livejournal.com

... and I was too excited not to share him! )


My Ravelry page for this project is here and I also posted it on my blog (with a bit more talking to myself because eeeh, Hobbes) here. Friends or followers on either are always lovely!

[identity profile] santeri-girl.livejournal.com
Hi, my name is Yelena, I am from Russia. I've been watching the community with great interest, and here is my first post. I knitted a cupcake hat for my 10 months old baby girl. Here it is

Here it is... )

DNA Scarf

Apr. 22nd, 2012 07:32 pm
[identity profile] tribhreagnu.livejournal.com
This was an "I HAVE TO MAKE THAT" project when I saw the pattern, so I availed of my genetics-major brothers birthday to finally make it.  Really happy with how it turned out! (It's also the first big project I've finished in ages! My thesis and studying for finals have been taking all my knitting time in the last few months. :( )


Pictures! )
[identity profile] missmonsta.livejournal.com
Made some socks (wellie warmers) for GAR -

Using Stylecraft Life Chunky yarn and the Crofter Chunky 9206 sock pattern, yarn bought at Miju in Gloucester, UK

Pics below the cut )
[identity profile] ilea.livejournal.com
The new issue of Knitty is out!

I so want to make the pineapple bag!

Scoodie!

Mar. 1st, 2012 04:58 pm
[identity profile] tawg.livejournal.com
I have finally finished a knitting project! I am awful at finishing things, because I run out of yarn, or forget how to purl, or lose the entire project. In this case I did run out of yarn, but thanks to some help here I managed to track it down again :D

I found this pattern online, from a site that encourages crafting winter items for homeless people and, I have to say, I think it's a winner. This particular one will probably weight a tonne when it's wet, but it's warm, easy to make, and I think using a thinner wool would make it a bit more practical (I can fit this one in my work bag if I take everything else out).

pic under the cut )

I have to say, taking this photo has given me a new appreciation for those of you who manage to have lovely photos. My webcam doesn't have a timer and my partner was not especially interested in modeling it for me. I'll have to learn to take a camera to my knit 'n' bitch sessions.
[identity profile] flutterbychild.livejournal.com
Below the cut is my variation on the Stacked Eyelet Cowl that I am knitting for my mom for her birthday. 

Read more... )

Thanks so much for your help!
 
[identity profile] lindapendant.livejournal.com
I made these adorable bunny slippers yesterday, the second slipper is still drying, but I thought I'd show you how one has turned out so far. Rabbit this a way. )

Question!

Jan. 10th, 2012 02:31 pm
[identity profile] bluehwys.livejournal.com
I have some yarn that I bought a while ago, and only have so much of it. It's lovely yarn, beautiful colors and so soft, but I only have as much as I have. Is there a website or something where you can go and say, "I have this much yarn, show me crochet patterns using only this amount of yarn"?

The yarn is Debbie Bliss, cashmerino chunky. Each ball is 65m/50g.

picture )

Thanks!

::ETA:: I didn't realize you could search Ravelry by yardage. Observant, me? Thanks!
[identity profile] lindapendant.livejournal.com
I knit these fluffy comfortable fitted bed slippers recently.

Photobucket

More photos! )

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