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Old 11-21-2005, 12:42 AM   #11
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Did you REALLY expect me to post ANYTHING without injecting a smidgen of KellyK Humor??
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Old 11-21-2005, 03:48 AM   #12
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FOs and 2 WIPS!! Halleulia!
Great Idea KK! I love to look at everyone's WIPs and FOs--however I always seem to do more ripping out than taking lovely shots of FOs!

I did finish my grandson's red hat--with Red Heart worsted and sz. 8 needles, and another pair of socks. The socks pattern is in 'The Knitter's Handy book of Patterns 'by Ann Budd, in Superwash Sockotta, I think,-self-patterning black and white thread. It was on sz. 2 bamboos, which I love to work with. It just about ruined my eyesight for good!

SO I do have 2 FOs!!

And my WIPs are a scarf for my SisIL's Christmas--in Plush Eggplant and Pistachio stripes on size 7's. Also have just started another pair of socks on Sz 2 bamboo dps with a self patterning Regia in Patriotic colors.
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Old 11-21-2005, 06:11 PM   #13
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*bump* I was looking for this....
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Old 11-23-2005, 03:22 PM   #14
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where did you get the Turkey Costume for your Chi, KK?
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Old 11-28-2005, 09:06 PM   #15
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Kelly's "Turkahuahua" costume isn't her own, she found the pic somewhere else! Looks like Howie, but it's some other chihuahua in the get-up.

I just have to say YIPPEEE, I'm SOOOOOO glad I finally decided to make this it's own forum. It's so much easier to respond to individual posts! Thanks to all y'all who kept at me to make this its own forum category!
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Old 12-08-2005, 02:27 AM   #16
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can I ask, so when we are working on something we start a thread for it individually and when we finish an object we start a thread individually? Just checking cause we could have like 500 threads in no time if everyone has wip and gets stuck and goes onto something else like i do and then end up buying more needles cause i have needles hanging on items. opps too much info.
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Old 12-08-2005, 08:39 AM   #17
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That's a good question! What if you post a WIP & then change the name of the thread to "Knitted thing....NOW FO!" when its done? Feedback? Anyone? Anyone? Buehler???
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Old 12-08-2005, 09:48 AM   #18
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Sounds like a good idea to me, KK!
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I'd like to show off this wonderful patterned piece I just completed. It took a while to get started. Long story if you've gotta a minute.
Went to the cafe to pick up a stiche, brought it home and it made me itch. Tried to complete it but it didnt look finished so I pulled it apart and ate alot of spinach. I picked a new pattern that seemed ohh so delightful and thought it would fit but it become unsightful. So I pulled it, unknotted and finally arrived at the origin of the yarn and to my surprise begun the next project that I just completed. Sew, here it is and hope it feels warm ,when put on it is certain to warm. Its a dlightful little number that I thought would be fine. :XX:
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I'd like to show off this wonderful patterned piece I just completed. It took a while to get started. Long story if you've gotta a minute.
Went to the cafe to pick up a stiche, brought it home and it made me itch. Tried to complete it but it didnt look finished so I pulled it apart and ate alot of spinach. I picked a new pattern that seemed ohh so delightful and thought it would fit but it become unsightful. So I pulled it, unknotted and finally arrived at the origin of the yarn and to my surprise begun the next project that I just completed. Sew, here it is and hope it feels warm ,when put on it is certain to warm. Its a dlightful little number that I thought would be fine. :XX:
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