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  1. what a fantastic idea! and it looks GREAT... awesome choice of colors, very season appropriate. :-)
  2. have you tried EBay?
  3. I love poking y'alls creative brains... So I went to my first LYS last weekend, and I bought FIVE skeins of this: It's a 33% wool, 33% mohair, 34% acrylic super-soft very bright wonderful squishy huggable yarn! :-D It's only 61 yards a skein, but since it's a super-bulky, I was hoping to stretch it into making a shawl or a poncho or something. This is the first time I'll really be making something for myself that wasn't like a "test item" for a gift I was making for someone else. Any pattern recommendations? I'm also good at free-forming (better than I am at patterns, anyway) if you have basic ideas for something or just a really cool stitch I could use. I wanna show off how fabulous this yarn is and have something comfy to cuddle into. Thanks!
  4. www.lionbrand.com/patterns/chs-cape.html I'm making one of these for my gramma...
  5. serendipity.gpvm.com/basics.html hischild64.tripod.com/thumbnail.htm www.crochetcabana.com/spe...nisian.htm stitchguide.com/stitches/...titch.html and the curling happens all the time...
  6. I've been so lost for a new, happy project... this is PERFECT. Oh my god, it's so beautiful in the yarns you chose... Thank you for sharing!!
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    Shawl

    Easy Solid Shawl: www.thesmartyarns.com/pat...hawls.html
  8. Ribbon is so shiny and pretty: I would stitch it with a big hook so you can really see it too... a striped-ribbon scarf, or a stole (with matching mini-handbag) would be really cool!
  9. Ignore the undressing. ;-) I was performing at the Rocky Horror Picture Show as Trixie. I swear I'm not a stripper. ;-) I'm probably just gonna dye more black over the ends, though.. when I washed it, the black just kind of bled into the kind-of-pink and made it look weird. The streaks at the front are the fun part. As for the yarn, no decision has been made yet as I got sidetracked on an old knitting project, but I will DEFINITELY inform y'all when I start working on something... someone also suggested legwarmers to me, so we'll see. :-)
  10. Rachel: it's black with a cranberry-red/pink stripe in the bangs and pink ends... ;-) Much easier to keep a few parts pink than my whole head. Thanks for the suggestions, guys. i really love that shawl and have always wanted to try it, maybe it's time for me to stop wussing on it.. ;-) feel free to keep suggesting; i have a crapload of this yarn!
  11. So... I keep inheriting yarn. I haven't even gotten the two garbage bags full that my grandma is sending me... haha. This stuff is from my aunt in Florida. I LOVE the colors, they're totally brite and fun! (considering that my hair was hot pink two days ago.. ;-) ). I have A TON of it. There's 11 skeins of the blue, and 4 each of the pink, black, and teal. 123 yards a piece, called "Saucy Sport", so I'm guessing it's sport weight, and it's 100% mercerized cotton. I've a) never worked with sport weight before, or 100% cotton, so I'm excited about the opportunity, and b) never made anything really big before.. and now with the post-christmas slow-down, I wouldn't mind doing a slew of matching things or one big item.. I know cotton isn't stretchy, so it's not ideal for hats. I was thinking a blanket or something maybe, but I don't know how heavy the cotton will be...? Does anyone have any suggestions? any good patterns for this size of yarn, and advice for working with cotton?
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    earflap hat

    Oh, I am madam freeform, I could probably figure it out.. ;-) I just figured I'd ask first.. thanks!
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    earflap hat

    Hey, I'm looking for bulky-weight-yarn patterns for warm winter hats, particularly earflap hats. Most of the patterns I've found are for worsted-weight yarn.. I'm talking Bulky or Super Bulky yarn instead, and not really open-pattern hats... Thanks!
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