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Old 05-24-2007, 05:35 PM   #1
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I just recently bought a magazine called Knit It! and found this wonderful pattern. Here is a picture of the finished product:


on this first on I used a brand called TMA Yarns style Quick-n Easy Chunky specially treated with Aloe it does not show what the color name or number is but if I had to guess I would have to say that it is close to a Heather Blue. And I used size 6 needles just like the pattern called for.


this second one is using a brand called Mainstays crafts yarn in style 4-ply worsted weight yarn, color and number: 2923 Autumn Red


and this one is almost finished:


and this one is using the brand Red Heart style 4-ply worsted weight Fiesta color and number are 6312 Black.

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Old 05-25-2007, 08:44 AM   #2
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Those eye masks are terrific! So useful!
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Those look great!
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Looks like little bikini tops.

But they do look comfy and are very cool.
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Oh so CUTE! Are they comfortable and really keep the light out? My DD (in college) would LOVE that!
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They look great! I need to work on some of those... I have to keep my blinds half open, otherwise my two kitties would destroy them... you can imagine how I feel at 6am with the light on my eyes!!! :S
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Those are cute!
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Oh so CUTE! Are they comfortable and really keep the light out? My DD (in college) would LOVE that!
they keep the light pretty good.
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