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Project 13: St. Vincent Cloche

Started Nov 10, 2012- Finished Nov 11, 2012 St. Vincent Cloche by Fawn Pea Craft: Knitting Needle: US 9 - 5.5 mm Yarn: Brooklyn Tweed...

Project 11: Pretty As A Peacock Jacket

Started Aug 8, 2012- Finished Aug 25, 2012 Pretty As A Peacock Shawl by Jae Koscierzynski Craft: Knitting Size: XS Needle US 5 - 3.75 mm...

Project 10: Levenwick cardi #2

Started Aug 14, 2012- Finished Aug 21, 2012 Levenwick by Gudrun Johnston Craft: Knitting Size: XS Needle US 5 - 3.75 mmUS 6 - 4.0 mmUS 7...

Project 7: Snow drop dress

Started May 8, 2012 - Finished Jun 10,2012 Snowdrop Shawl by Nancy Bush Craft: Knitting Size: Small Needle: US 2 - 2.75 mm US 4 - 3.5 mm...

Project 6: Danish Lace dress

Started April 12, 2012- Finished May 4,2012 Freya Shawl by Renate Haeckler Craft:Knitting Sizes: small Needle: US 7 - 4.5 mm US 8 - 5.0...

Project 5: Adult Pansy Dress

Started Mar 17,2012 - Finished Apr 7,2012 Adult Pansy Dress by Ellene Warren Craft: Knitting Size: 34" bust Needle: US 7 - 4.5 mm US 8 -...

Project 4: Rain Drop Dress

Started Feb 4,2012 - Finished March 16,2012 Pattern: #02 Rain Drops Dress by Mari Tobita Craft: Knitting Size: Bust 34" Needle 7 - 4.5...

Project 3: Pretty as Peacock Silk Skirt

Started Feb 24, 2012 - Finished March 7, 2012 Pretty As A Peacock Shawl by Jae Koscierzynski Craft:Knitting Size: Small Needle: US 4 -...

Project 2: "Red Mohair" lace top

by Erika Knight: Started Jan 15,2012 - Feb 4,2012 Craft: Knitting Size: Small (33") Needle: US 3 - 3.25 mm Yarn Rowan Kidsilk Haze 4.1...

Project 1: #21 Lace Black dress

Started Dec 6, 2011 - Finished Jan 13,2012 #21 Lace Dress by Shirley Paden Craft: Knitting Size:Small Needles: US 3 - 3.25 mm US 5 - 3.75...

#75 Linen Cardi

#075 by Hitomi Shida (志田 ひとみ) Started May 15, 2019 - Finished May 23, 2019 (gray cardi) #075 Three Linen cardi marathon Pattern: #075 by...

Who wants to test knit Freya Dress

Finally, the first draft for Freya dress is ready. If you feel bold and adventurous to be the first one to replicate one of my dresses,...

Knitters' pain and how to deal with it

Many crafters experience pain in various parts of the body: most commonly wrist, elbow, neck, back areas. It is due to sedimentary...