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post #881 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-27-2012, 06:00 PM
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Thank you!
I was surprised at how quickly these came together, I consider myself a sloooow knitter :P

@hedgehog: Yes, the pattern called just for 1 row of reverse slip stitch to finish it off and make it stiffer which is what you see on the first picture I posted.
When I was finishing off the second hat, I decided to go for a second row, then a third and a fourth. It made a nice edge on the hat that I really liked plus it make it edge less floppy.

@NflLover101: I used a pattern, of course! I don't have the creativity or the skill to come up with things, well unless it is to change stitch types to make my work easier. This is the pattern I used: http://hattingmadlycrochet.wordpress...d-brim-sunhat/
It's meant for a toddler but you could work a few more increasing rounds after R6 to make it bigger.
For the flower, I used this one: http://www.patonsyarns.com/pattern.p...3096&cps=21191

I try not to make complicated things because the skill is just not there :D
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post #882 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-27-2012, 10:04 PM
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I finished Mickey's sweater today! I used a larger size than he actually is so it would cover more area. He's missing a lot of hair on his hindquarters. I also made the bellyband to big because someone wouldn't let me measure them but I just kind of sewed up after he modeled it. It's not perfect but this is only the third thing I've ever made and I'm pretty proud of it. I don't know what kind of stitch it is but the sweater has some ribbing since every third stitch was either front post double crochet or back post double crochet. I tried to resize the pictures but couldn't figure it out.


Mickey didn't want to cooperate and was trying to go back to bed.
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Aww, thank u for the patterns :)
Aww, how awesome :)

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post #884 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-28-2012, 02:07 PM
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Lucky doggy, that sweater is great!! My dog freaks out if I try to put anything on her.


I'm working on two pairs of socks and a scarf.
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post #885 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-28-2012, 08:06 PM
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I finished the sleep sack and started on the hat. I'm going to take pics tomorrow to post.
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post #886 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-28-2012, 08:54 PM
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Yay Knitting and Crocheting!

My Betta's: Fluff - Giaus - Penny - Gwen - Leia

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post #887 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-29-2012, 11:47 AM
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Yay, I can finally post the pics of the sleep sack and matching hat! The board has been weird for me today. Anyway, I finished the hat today. I'll probably start another project tomorrow.



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That is too cute! I love the color combination. Teal and brown together is one of my favorites.

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post #889 of 1472 (permalink) Old 01-31-2012, 10:52 AM
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Thank you!

So, I've been in panic mode trying to figure out what to knit next (and take to knit group). I'm pretty sure I'm going through knitting withdrawals.
I have projects to do, but they are too complex to do at a distracting knitting group. I think I'm going to tell hubby to decide on a hat style so I can knit the yarn he picked out up! Or at least, give it to me to use for something.
I think I'm going to cast on the hood I'm making for myself soon. I'm nervous making it, but at least I have the knit group to help!
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post #890 of 1472 (permalink) Old 02-02-2012, 07:45 PM
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Could anyone explain, in super simple terms, how I should be finishing each row? I'm always ending up with an extra stitch and my project has consistently gotten wider and wider. :(

I'm knitting, btw.

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