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First one Stylecraft 9021. Still can't make up my mind re how to fasten.
2nd one is called Holiday Mice. Not too sure about white in eyes.
3rd one small Christmas stocking. Half of order done

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Just purchased this hat pattern.....if I make the hat will it be possible to make a neck warmer using the pattern?

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Jumper, bootees and teddy bear
My great niece has just had a little boy and as she was given lots of tiny baby things I decided to knit for next year. Thanks for looking, Tortie.

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Parchment paper instead of wax paper...
I experimented on my new 35 cm bamboo needles to make them a bit more slick and had no wax paper to rub them so I tried with parchment paper and it works wonders, thought I'd share the info.
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Super cool yarn
Hi all. I just got a new yarn yesterday. It's different colors and textures all in one. I started knitting it up in all knit stitch using super chunky needles. Just doing a simple scarf with this one. I can't wait to see how it ends up. Woohoo 😀😀😀
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Rudolph hat and mittens k
Ive been making so many knitting requests lately , not that I'm complaining as its more money to donate to charity , but it was nice to get back to knitting something I choose to do ,and fun to get started on some fun winter knits , the Rudolph chart I used came from a drops pattern for a sweater , I first used it a couple of years ago on a christmas pillow and now I've used it on this little hat and mittens set, had a job trying to remember how I did the noses but I'm pleased with how they worked out , find it funny how some of the rudolphs look completely different from each other , that one on the mitten looks like Oscar the grouch😄

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Kitty Kat
Had real fun looming this Kitty Kat.

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Want to knit a fedora hat.
My name is Linda but my sign in is w8of12. I need a pattern for a fedora hat. I tried crocheting an didn't like the way it looked. I only got the top done.
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Novelty. Square tablecloth.
A square openwork tablecloth crocheted 1.1 from Yarnart threads called Violet. 145 cm by 145 cm.

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Warning re: Red Heart Yarn
I made an afghan in the Crochet Mesh Stitch for my dad for his b’day in Nov. he’ll be 93 so I wanted it to be ready for that day. It took me months to do. I’m an expert knitter & crocheter, 50+yrs so my gage is always consistent. I started with a chain of 188 & did 3 rows repeated once of Royal Blue, Delft Blue & Light Blue of 240 rows total. My starting width was 37” & ended up with 34”. That a difference of 3 whole inches. The weight on the paper band claims that all their yarn is 7 oz/198 g. There is a different feel between all 3 colors. I worked hard in order to get this afghan done because my dad is not in good health & lives in a nursing home so I figured that it would cheer him up. A lady in my Monday morning group that meets together was having a similar problem, she had to rip her afghan apart because she probably thought it was her fault but I will tell her when I see her tomorrow that it’s her yarn & I will let the whole group know in case they had a similar experience. I wrote to the company & sent these photos to them plus others & I’m waiting to hear from them. I hope this helps anyone who is a Red Heart lover as I was. The one photo is a comparison of the 3 different yarns I used. I will keep you all posted as to the outcome.

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