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05-29-2007, 08:34 PM
Maybe my eyes are skipping over what I'm looking for, but is anyone knitting anything from the Charmed Knits book? I've searched via Google and I only find the charity CK KAL, and I was hoping other folks were knitting more than hats from the book.
I want to dye my own yarn and knit the Invisibility Shawl for the night that the book comes out. I'm going to B&N with my nieces and they're dressing like Hermione and Draco (she's a white-blond with a vicious sneer, what can I say?). I have long dark hair, so I think with some dark makeup and a shawl I could pull off Bellatrix...
05-29-2007, 11:01 PM
I just got this book for my birthday. I was thinking of knitting hats for my DD and all her friends.
I'm drawn to the Errol as well... what can I say... I love the little guy!
05-29-2007, 11:11 PM
unfortunately, i don't have the book yet. it's on my ever-growing list of things to get/take care of once i get that ever-elusive job. then i'll definitely be knitting from it. hopefully that will be soon. :rollseyes:
Jan in CA
05-30-2007, 01:12 AM
Here's a blog for Charmed Knits. (http://charmedknits.blogspot.com/) Maybe they have more projects there.
05-30-2007, 04:16 AM
I have the book and just LOVE it! I've done the year 1 and 2 scarf, and it's fablous and fun! A really easy knit! (That pattern has also been on the net for a long time at http://knit.atypically.net/scarves/hogwarts/pattern.shtml) (Also, I've used this pattern for friends at college with their school colors and its always a really big hit! I've used Caron Simply Soft Yarn and it take two skeins, which means you can make that great long scarf for just about 12 bucks! And, you don't have to worry if it goes to football games or for a night out on the town-- it washes very nicely.
I would really like to start Ron's Animal Cracker Hat on page 144! it looks like so much fun!