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post #1361 of 1472 (permalink) Old 10-27-2012, 12:34 AM
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Why you no post all your projects?!
I would love to see the baby sweater!
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If you insist, LOL! Here's the sweater I finished yesterday. I really am terrible at seaming.
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Awww cute!
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I love the heart buttons! I'm bad at seaming, too, haha. Needs to practice!

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I am not great at knitting or crochet, but I really enjoy doing them.

Right now I'm making a simple black and silver-grey striped travel rug for my housemate, just triple crochet stitch with dc edging. The wool is synthetic baby yarn, very cheap and not very soft, but Irish is not the 'snuggly' type, lol, and I figure sturdier yarn might seem a bit more 'manly'.

My next project is a similar rug in soft cuddly wool and pretty colours - this one for Daughter, ha.

She actually wants a mohair sweater with broad stripes.. anyone got a pattern/advice for knit or crochet for that? I have never done a sweater, or anything in mohair.. I'm imagining it's rather hard to work with?

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I am not great at knitting or crochet, but I really enjoy doing them.

Right now I'm making a simple black and silver-grey striped travel rug for my housemate, just triple crochet stitch with dc edging. The wool is synthetic baby yarn, very cheap and not very soft, but Irish is not the 'snuggly' type, lol, and I figure sturdier yarn might seem a bit more 'manly'.

My next project is a similar rug in soft cuddly wool and pretty colours - this one for Daughter, ha.

She actually wants a mohair sweater with broad stripes.. anyone got a pattern/advice for knit or crochet for that? I have never done a sweater, or anything in mohair.. I'm imagining it's rather hard to work with?
Lots here! I selected free patterns. If you're not a member you'll have to make an account, but it's a good idea anyway. ;) So many patterns here.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sear...free&sort=best

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Nice sweater.
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I haven't been on here in forever...I'm going to start a new dog sweater soon for the dog I'm planning on adopting. It will probably take a while since he's a mastiff.
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I haven't been on here in forever...I'm going to start a new dog sweater soon for the dog I'm planning on adopting. It will probably take a while since he's a mastiff.
Yep, might take awhile.
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post #1370 of 1472 (permalink) Old 10-31-2012, 02:05 AM
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Not sure if this is appropriate to post or not (who says stuff like that in a knit/crochet thread?) but I'm close to being done with this project :)
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/flower-thong

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