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More Christmas Knits
Have finished these for the CWA Market Stall next week. Not sure if I've posted these before. My apologies if I have. I'm going to hand them in to our president this morning.


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calculating yarn yardage
I have a pattern that requires the following: (want to make the larger one)

16 (18) 1≥oz/50g balls (each approx 137yds/125m) of Jaeger Handknits Extrafine Merino (wool) in #967 pink
• One pair size 7 (4.5mm) nee- dles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE
• Size 6 (4mm) circular needle 16"/40cm long

the yarn I have is as follows: 10 skeins 100g (each approx 186yds, 18sts & 26 rows + 10cm/4in 5mm/US 8 needles

will I have enough to make the project?
Please help!!!
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Christmas Doll Dresses for GD
My GD requested some dresses for her Elsa doll whose dress got torn. This is a 14 inch doll. I used a couple of patterns neither of which fit well without altering. For both dresses I only used the pattern information for the first few rows.
Knit dress. Used pattern by Janice Helge on Ravelry for Les Cherie’s Doll which she modified from #368 stickatillbarbie’s pattern top.

Crochet dress. Used pattern H4H Sleeve Dress/Top by Vicki Johnson

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Oh, Wise KP'S...
The only thing I hate about knitting a pullover is after picking up is the knitting of the neckline. Is there any law against me knitting the neckline piece with the called for number of stitches and then sewing it on like I would sleeves? With the rest of the sweater hanging off of the work; it is so heavy and awkward to work with that I almost loose my religion before I get it done. If my suggested solution is not allowed, I will mix myself a fuzzy naval and pray for patience or a lot of orange juice when I start my next neckline. Thanks.
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Fitting a hat
How can you tell if a hat is going to fit?
Sometimes shortly after casting on I will try it and it seems huge but upon completion it was small.
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Needle length
I'm having a problem with needle length when using circular needles. How do you know what length to use when making socks or hat's. I have used double point's & don't mind them but have had stitches drop off when putting them down & not paying attention. I have used circulars for straight knitting but not in the round.
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Snowman Stocking Crochet
Just completed this Stocking
It is a paid pattern from e-pattern central.com


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Mitten tree donations
Part of donation to church kitten tree. Decided to make lined mittens this year as the single didn't seem warm enough. All done in Brother KX350. Not sure kids today even wear home made mittens so stayed with the smaller sizes.






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Bob, progress & Party Dessert & Gift
Well Bob is now 53 & 1/2 inches and about done. Next pic of him by Saturday will be his completed photo op. :-)

The Oreo topped pie is a chocolate cream pie, a birthday request of my oldest son & tonightS dessert treat.

Off to go do some birthday gift shopping this chilly afternoon, I almost hate to go out there. Bbbbbbrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!

Final pic is my belated birthday gift from niece, & it is my Hallmark Christmas Movie watching coffee mug, a very wonderful surprise & very useful. I can use it for any time of day. :-)






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Crochet slipper finishing steps questions
Hi guys. I was wondering if you could help me understand this finishing steps:
Fold back section in half,carefully matching sts .slip st inside loops of sides tog ,finish off ?

What does this stuff mean?

The link to the pattern is here
www.knitting-crochet.com/crochet/slisoc.html
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