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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:34 am 
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 Post subject: Re: The Stitch n bisque Thread!
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Here are just a couple of recent projects:

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Rav Link:http://www.ravelry.com/projects/MoniDew/cropped-sweater

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And Rav Link: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/MoniDew/just-another-cardi

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esme wrote:
i made ruby a banana slug costume for halloween this year:

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last year, she was a blueberry


So. forking. Amazing. <3

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 Post subject: Re: The Stitch n bisque Thread!
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I wish my hands didn't bisque about knitting :(

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I hope this is the right thread. Just made this little hoopla for my youngest for the holidays.
I kinda sorta love it.
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Adorable---you should be super proud as that is really cute.

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A baby blanket for an impending grandson. this is the Norma blanket from Knitty.com
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i just made the norma in purple for a friend's baby. it's one of the nicest and easiest lace blankets i've made (easy to memorize, easy to hide where i messed up!).

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 Post subject: Re: The Stitch n bisque Thread!
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esme wrote:
i made ruby a banana slug costume for halloween this year:

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last year, she was a blueberry


this is amazing!!!! do you have a ravelry link?
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 Post subject: Re: The Stitch n bisque Thread!
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it's a bunch of patterns smooshed to create a slug.

the main outfit is this hoodie and leggings:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library ... --leggings

instead of bear ears i did antenna and whiskers from this snail/slug pattern:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/garden-snail

and then for the ruffles i found a basic ruffle pattern that i did up each side of the back of the hoodie and then each side of each leg:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library ... to-the-max

(i think i did the smaller size ruffle)

i'm pretty proud of myself. we laughed for a good 15 minutes the first time she put it on. it's so ridiculously cute.

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Wheee! The amazing fabric I ordered from Spoonflower just arrived. It's the same design as the following image but orange/red tentacles on a black background:

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I'm going to turn it into a Simplicity 2444 dress:

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I'm working on a wearable toile in white cotton at the moment to get the sizing right. I'm not going to mess up my tentacle dress!


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Awesome, 8ball! Please do post the result as soon as it's done!


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I was just eyeing up that pattern this morning!! Super excited to see how it turns out!

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I'm using the pattern that's shown in green fabric but I've lowered the neckline and added a Peter Pan collar. The waist sash only goes from the side seams so I might extend that to come from the zip at the back instead. I'll show all the adjustments when I post photos.


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I think a peter pan collar will look terrific on that dress!

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esme wrote:
i just made the norma in purple for a friend's baby. it's one of the nicest and easiest lace blankets i've made (easy to memorize, easy to hide where i messed up!).


purple sounds beautiful! and yes, the pattern was easy to catch onto and easy to fix a mistake, if you caught it within a row or two - which I usually did. I think my newest grandson will love it! hope your friend's baby loves yours just as much.

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Sometimes, only knitting gets you through
A couple of weeks ago, my father suffered a massive heart attack. He was on life support for a few days, during which time, family members across the country came to his side. Since he was in ICU, only one or two people at a time could enter the room. And he was given rest in between. So, that left a lot of time spent in a waiting room, with not a lot to do (except chat with long-time-no-see family members. We did a lot of that!)
I heard myself saying, repeatedly, "if all I can do is sit here wringing my hands, then at least they are going to produce something useful and beautiful." It was during this time that I knit a blanket for my soon-to-arrive grandson.
My father passed with his family surrounding him, and a great outpouring of love. And his newest great-grandchild will have a blanket imbued with love for him knit right into it.
"Sunrise, sunset, swiftly fly the years. One season following another, laden with happiness and tears."

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I freakin love that hat! It is so awesome!

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LOOK, FIRST TIME IT'S BEEN COLD ENOUGH TO WEAR THE JAYNE HAT GRAHAMERPILLAR MADE! looookkkk loook how talented ppk folks are!

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LOOK, FIRST TIME IT'S BEEN COLD ENOUGH TO WEAR THE JAYNE HAT GRAHAMERPILLAR MADE! looookkkk loook how talented ppk folks are!


BADASS :D

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Gotta post this here because I can't on FB because it's an Xmas gift for my boyfriend!

Squee! Look how wee and cute it is! Albeit a little bright...

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Erika!!!!!!! You are too awesome!

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Hahaha I knew you would like it, IDJI!

PS: I will give the pattern to anyone who wants it!

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