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Old 03-15-2007, 08:14 AM   #601
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On the spreadsheet, I put 2 new pages. One is the participants list (same, just renamed it), and then I put the Commandments on there. And then I added a link page. That's empty for now. I'll put headings for common links I see posted here (an anyone else can too!!!) but I'm heading out the door for work right now, so it'll have to wait till later
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Old 03-15-2007, 08:38 AM   #602
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Posted this in Whatcha Knitting, but thought I would post here too since I used stash yarn.

Love the project...quick and easy!

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Old 03-15-2007, 10:37 AM   #603
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Originally Posted by HeatherFeather
but then I was thinking what about the person that is knitting an afghan say with scraps...I'd like to acknowledge them somehow...since their completed list won't be as impressive as say premie baby hats...ya know? both are worth recognizing but have different "issues".....
I don't have time to go through the pages I've missed over the past 11 days, but I wanted to suggest that perhaps instead of PROJECTS finished, we count the number of balls of yarn we knit through. Whaddaya think???
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Old 03-15-2007, 12:17 PM   #604
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love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 03-15-2007, 07:38 PM   #605
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Hi...lurker here. I don't have a stash, just a bunch of patterns and yarn for projects I plan on starting.

I've been reading through this tread and had to post to tell ArtLady how beautiful her afghan is! When I saw those pictures, I was so impressed!



Of course, I love looking at everyone's FO pictures as well!

I'm rooting you all on from the sidelines.
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:34 PM   #606
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ArtLady~ those are really cute

Auburnchick~ love the calorimetry in SWS.. I wear my often.. my little girl wants one

I like the idea of the scrap ball.. hmmm have to look into that some more..

The small socks are for a swap I signed up on a different swap lol I thought they were really cute.. on the site they mentioned this http://www.feltupdesigns.com/sockblocker_keychains.htm so I ordered me one so I can have a small sock key chain while knitting them I thought about doing a bunch and making Christmas Garland out of them... I'm not sure I will do that.. there is a KAL that is started on here too and they give a site that has a lot of different ideas for them... you could prolly make a brooch out of them too.. or a magnet...

I'm working away on my socks still.. getting ready to start Dashing for my dad out of stash yarn too...
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:17 PM   #607
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Originally Posted by auburnchick
Posted this in Whatcha Knitting, but thought I would post here too since I used stash yarn.

Love the project...quick and easy!
Hey Nathalie! I see you're in the sunshine state too like me !! Very tropical colors in your Calorimetry! NICE!
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Originally Posted by auburnchick
Posted this in Whatcha Knitting, but thought I would post here too since I used stash yarn.

Love the project...quick and easy!
Hey Nathalie! I see you're in the sunshine state too like me !! Very tropical colors in your Calorimetry! NICE!
Totally unplanned, I can assure you. My mind does not think that far ahead on my knitting projects. I just grabbed this yarn because I had ordered it, mistakenly, for socks. Shows what I know.
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Old 03-16-2007, 01:27 AM   #609
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I finished calorimetry....
It's cute, but pictures on my blog will have to wait until I get back to Boston probably! I love how quick a knit it is and how it turns out. I am making one for myself soon probably using a multicolored yarn because I love how it looks made with multicolored yarn.
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I know I've cross posted, but this gets more traffic, and maybe we can entice more to play!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OK, I did it, and now...I'm off to bed!!!!!!!!!!!!

On the spreadsheet
Page 1: Participants
Page 2: Stashie Commanments plus ideas I've seen along the way!!!
Page 3: I've put all the links yall have graciously shared in columns based on the type of project. (all 51 pages of them!!!) If I've missed something that you've suggested, you can go ahead and put the link in. I had to do this inbetween dinner, dh to airport, vet apt, scout meeting, and pick ds up from scouts...it was an oversight, not a direct ommission!!! lol....
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