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A few of my machine knit items - including a potato chip scarf :D
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Feb 11, 2012 15:24:46   #
ceegee
 
A few of my recent projects that I remembered to get pics of LOL! ~CeeGee in KS
Coiled potato chip scarf knit on KX 350 pattern: http://cutlermac.wordpress.com/free-pattern-potato-chip-scarf/
Coiled potato chip scarf  knit on KX 350  pattern:...
knit ornaments
knit ornaments...
Nilla's gifts - fingerless mitts, hat, sleep sox
Nilla's gifts - fingerless mitts, hat, sleep sox...
Hobby Lobby 'I love This Yarn" acrylic - Killed with steamer to be soft and drapey
Hobby Lobby  'I love This Yarn" acrylic - Killed w...
 
Feb 11, 2012 15:37:45   #
jenk57
 
Very nice, what type of yarn did you use for Nilla's gifts? It looks very soft and luxurious.
Feb 11, 2012 15:44:19   #
ceegee
 
It's a discontinued Hobby Lobby yarn called Luscious (and it is...) very similar to Caron's "Bliss"
Feb 11, 2012 20:25:21   #
clogden21
 
lovely work, thanks for sharing
Feb 11, 2012 23:08:21   #
Dreamweaver (a regular here)
 
Those are all lovely. The colors in the scarf are especially nice. I can't believe that you did those little ornaments on a machine! The items for Nilla are a all very soft looking. I hate it when a great yarn is discontinued. Nice work!!
Feb 12, 2012 06:54:56   #
jinx (a regular here)
 
I love everything you made. The scarf is my favorite. I so wish I had a hand knit pattern for it. jinx
 
Feb 12, 2012 06:55:47   #
CARABELLA
 
Great work, very nice.
Feb 12, 2012 08:27:49   #
susieknitter (a regular here)
 
I absolutely love the scarf, I have been trying to find a way of doing this for some time. I've found the patten and bookmarked it so now I will have a go at doing one. Thank you for sharing such nice work.
Feb 12, 2012 08:45:36   #
cdanzinger
 
oh dilly darn, my daughter just requested a potato chip scarf but wanted it to be flat over shoulders... was this one made on machine as well.. I just love it but don't have a machine.. Or does anyone know of a pattern for the same effect???? cathy
Feb 12, 2012 09:17:46   #
Ms Sue P (a regular here)
 
LOove them all you did a great job. I really like the last scarf. I like the way it drapes the shoulders. Great job. Keep up the good work.
Feb 12, 2012 09:36:11   #
dianejohnson
 
the socks were made on a knitting machine? can you share the pattern, please?
i love your scarf! it's beautiful!
 
Feb 12, 2012 09:46:56   #
YankeeChick
 
Love the scarf!
Feb 12, 2012 09:47:58   #
Fiber Flux Jennifer
 
That scarf is awesome...love it!!
Feb 12, 2012 10:02:57   #
It'sJustMe
 
ooh, love the scarf with the wider width for neck and shoulder area. and the fact that you killed it on purpose. smart.
Feb 12, 2012 13:34:18   #
Beth Lane
 
Just beautiful! Where cam I buy the pattern?
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