Monthly Archives: May 2007

Wardrobe Refashioning!

I actually joined the Wardrobe Refashion during the last round, but I didn’t get a chance to do any refashioning until nearly the end! So I’m doing it again. Here’s my pledge: I pledge that I shall abstain from the … Continue reading

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Saturday Market Bag

I finished my Saturday Market Bag! Pattern: Saturday Market Bag Source: Magknits, June 2006 Yarn: Cotton Fleece 550 Mariners Blue, 1 skein, plus a little of a lighter blue, also Cotton Fleece Dates: May 2007 Modifications: Did this in the … Continue reading

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Triangle Lace Shawls

KniTV recently did a post on some triangle shawls, which totally reminded me that I’ve been meaning to do the same thing! Right after Baby Bea died I got this wierd urge to make lace. Specifically a lace shawl, something … Continue reading

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Punk Knits! Or how I spent my afternoon with a rock star

Today I did something I have never done before. I met a real rock star. Hilltop had a trunk show with Share Ross of Punk Knits. Plus the blurb from the site said she was going to do a little … Continue reading

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Mali dress turned summer shirt

I have this dress my friend Kim brought back from Mali several years ago. I love it, even though it’s pretty crazy with the tie dye. More importantly though, I love the hand embroidery. At least it looks like hand … Continue reading

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WIP Friday: so close I can taste it!

No pics! It’s dinnertime and then it’s bedtime so unless I do it tonight, it’s just not happening. Maybe I’ll update tomorrow? Although I’m really not sure there’s anything worth taking pictures of besides the booties. My CPH is so … Continue reading

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Baby Gifts

It seems like everyone we know is having a baby! Okay, not everyone but a whole lot of people. This means baby gifts. As much as I like shopping for baby stuff, I like making it even more. So.. I’ve … Continue reading

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