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Click for a larger version Bad Juju
Yarn: Brown Sheep's Lamb's Pride Worsted Superwash
Design: Zabet Stewart
Pattern: via the Anticraft.
Click for a larger version Kitty Pi
Yarn: Vestlandsgarn by Gjestal
Pattern: Kitty Pi by Wendy Johnson
Click for a larger version Kitty Pi
Yarn: Icelandic wool from the stash
Pattern: Kitty Pi by Wendy Johnson
Click for a larger version Jess Bunny
Yarn: Brown Sheep's Lamb's Pride Worsted Superwash
Pattern: Bunny by Jess Hutch.
More information at the Bunnyalong.
Click for a larger version Click for a larger version Felted bunnies
Pattern: Schmeebot
There are some "in progress" pictures available here. I love these bunnies!
Click for a larger version Fiona
Yarn :: Garnstudio's Paris
Pattern :: Fiona by Brooks Jones, available free at Brux Knits.
Finished May, 2004.
Click for a larger version Foxy
Yarn :: Sandnes Funny with a strand of black stash merino.
Pattern :: Vegan Fox from Knitty.
Completed in November 02.
Click for a larger version Teddy
Yarn :: Marks & Kattens Teddy (70% acrylic, 17% wool, 13% polyester), color :: 1435
Completed March 02 from a pattern that I found online somewhere that doesn't seem to be there anymore. Here is another free pattern for a knitted Mr. Bean-style Teddy Bear.
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Yarn :: PT Sumatra (100% cotton)
Pattern :: Yvonne's Double Flower Cloth from the Dishcloth Boutique.
I've made more dishclothes, but this is the only picture I have of one.
Click for a larger version Stash Lap Blanket
Yarn :: leftovers from my stash
This blanket was made by making diagonal garter stitch squares from all weights of yarn from my stash. Then I crocheted the squares together (don't remember how, since a crocheter I am not) with a thicker white yarn and crocheted around the outside border. (Note: If I were to make another one of these blankets I would definitely double up on some of the lighter weight yarns to get the gauge to be approximately the same on all the squares.)
Diagonally knit garter-stitch squares ::
CO 3 sts.
Row 1: k1, k into front and back of next st, k to 3 sts from end, k into front and back of next st, k1.
Row 2: knit
Continue in this manner until there are approx 40 sts on needles, then begin to decrease.
Row 1: k1, k2tog, knit to 3 sts from end, k2tog, k1.
Row 2: knit
Continue until you have only 3 sts remaining on needles, bind off.

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