February 17, 2005

Retro Rib Socks

Knitted for my dad's Christmas gift (although not finished until halfway through February!)

Pattern: Winter 2004 IK
Yarn: Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino
Needles: US#1
Misc: Knitted toe-up with a short row toe and heel.

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February 14, 2005

Te Rosada

Photo coming soon!

Pattern: Winter 2004 IK
Yarn: Sheep's Gift in Cotton Candy
Needles: US9

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February 12, 2005

Booga Bag

This was a Christmas gift for my sister, Grace. It's made from two colors of Cascade 220 (a pink and a peach). I might make a bunch of these for Christmas this coming up year, since it was very popular! And yes, the handles are a bit lopsided. Apparently I was drunk when I installed them, since they looked even at the time!

Booga Bag

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Umbilical Cord Hat

From Stitch and Bitch, made of Wendy's Touch Me. Newborn size for Aaron's nephew Benjamin. Modelled by a large ball of yarn.

Unbilical Cord Hat

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Fuzzy Feet

This are Knitty's Fuzzy Feet, made for my stepsister, Jessica. I added a snowflake motif on the top of the foot. Made with Lamb's Pride worsted.

Jessica's Fuzzy Feet

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Haiku Baby Sweater

This was made for Aaron's new nephew, Benjamin (before he had a gender or name!) The pattern is Knitty's Haiku in Lion Brand Homespun. I wasn't thrilled with the buttons, but I couldn't find anything better. Hopefully it'll fit him when it starts to cool off next fall (it's probably about a 12 month size). The first photo is modelled by the illustrious Teddy before the buttons were added and the second is with the buttons.

Haiku

Haiku

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Bobbi Bear

This was a Christmas gift for Aaron's niece, Elise. I used the Blue Sky Alpaca Bobbi Bear pattern and added a little tutu to make him a ballerina bear! I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick rather than the bulky alpaca, but I'd love to do one in Lamb's Pride Bulky and try felting him. Great pattern.

Bobbi Bear

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Irish Hiking Scarf

Made for Aaron's dad, Norman, from the Handpaintedyarn.com merino, this is a modified Irish Hiking Scarf with two cables instead of three. I wish I would have bought an extra skein, since it turned out a bit shorter than I expected. Really nice and soft, though.

Norman's Scarf

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Janet's Scarf

This scarf was made for Aaron's mom (yes, they all got scarves for Christmas!) out of a variegated purple Manos del Uruguay. The stitch is a modified faggoting stitch.

Janet's Scarf

Janet's Scarf

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Brian's Scarf

This was made for Aaron's brother in the same yarn that I used for the "Cozy" scarf. Basic 2x2 rib pattern.

Brian's scarf

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"Cozy" Scarf

This is a scarf made for Aaron's sister-in-law, Jennifer. I used Plymouth Outback yarn and two repeats of the stitch pattern from Knitty's Cozy.

Jennifer's scarf

Detail of Jennifer's scarf

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Kim's Ab Fab Throw

I bought the Colinette Ab Fab throw kit in the ivory colorway to make this throw for my friend Kim's wedding. It was definitely a fun project and relatively quick for the size of the finished blanket.

Ab Fab Throw

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