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I'm going to get some postcards printed up from this one I think.A second hand waistcoat knitted up from a Kaffe Fassett pattern.From Elaine's Vintage Clothing, 27, Saint Stephen Street, Edinburgh.

Knitted from cotton yarn stash

Love all the patterns from knitting, then there is also the striped pattern from my bright sock monkey.

Got a wild hair and things are getting worked on and finished.


Stripey armwarmers using graduating fingering weight sock yarn - schoppel-wolle zauberball. colourway tropical.

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Knit dress from Built by Wendy book. I like the retro look with puff sleeves.


I'll sew a waist belt in next time. Otherwise my red belt move around my waist as you can see here.

Hermione Granger's mitts from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1

I knitted these using a free Jean Greenhowe pattern from the internet. They were the prize at the end of an Easter Egg Hunt I organised for my daughter and 2 nephews.


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playing again with different braids


this is a scandinavian twist via Charlene Schurch's instructions in Mostly Mittens

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Pretty little white knitted capelet. Fun loopy bottom half and warm wool upper half.


Size S/M

The capelet is 28cm/ 11" high and 110cm / 43"wide


The upper half is made of;

40% angora wool

30% viscose

30% acrylic


The bottom is made of;

100% microfiber and super soft


Blue and white knit and crochet washcloths I made using Lily's Sugar'n Cream yarn.


Knit pattern: Grandma's Favorite

Crochet pattern: Lion Cotton Washcloth

Hand knit in Cascade 220 (8686 Brown), Cascade 220 Heathers (9600 Antiqued) and PurPle Laines British Wool (23 Framboise, 13 Olive) to my own design!

Yarn is Palette from Knit Picks in Sweet Potato, Semolina, Bark, Grass, Sky, and Serrano. Pattern is mystery KAL from Knit Picks' community site.

Knitted as a novelty raffle item for the breast Cancer raffle at the Kings Arms on Oct 24th. I found the free pattern on Ravelry but slightly adapted the pattern to fit the wool that I had in stash.

Bunting knitted with matching needlefelted balls and tinkling bells that dance in the breeze.

One of my first expeditions in the tacky knitting realm.

I knit this scarf for my mom for Christmas. The yarn's Moda Dea Sassy Stripes; the pattern's the Rainy Day Scarf.

...for YoSD! :D


Finally in Spain the Holidays are finished, so I'm back to my rythm of life! I made some YoSD sweaters but I want to make more!! (I think 3 or 4 more). They are all different, with a personal touch! :D (I will post pics on dolls soon!)


Also I am working on some for lati/pkf and maybe engendrito too!! :)


You will be able to see this ones in my corner this weekend! **^___^**

Madder ribbed socks from "Knitting Vintage Socks" by Nancy Bush

I'm learning to use my new knitting machine!!! XD


This one of a kind knitted/crocheted bolero is crossed in front and plain on back. Warm, cozy, bohemian. I designed it for covering the neck if needed, as a scarf, but being loose enough when You are in a warm place! @;)


Rainbow body from recycled mixed wool and acrylic yarns with black extralong sleeves made of new, soft acrylic yarn. Crocheted edginigs.

A small selection of knitted hearts which I filled with toy stuffing and dried lavender. They smell lovely in the wardrobe.


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Knitted for my sis's xmas present - ravelled

I've decided to use the last few leftover squares from my mother's unfinished blanket to make some little knitted purses (one each for my mum and my sisters).


I made this one last night while watching TV - it's got a little zip closure and is lined with dark red felt that matches the dark red squares.



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