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September 2020 Knitted FO's

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    September 2020 Knitted FO's

    Show off your September finished projects!
    Debbie

    Stashbusting MAL WTD +4/YTD -162 (2020-712)(2019-642)(2018-109)
    Book Challenge 17/30 (2020-55)(2019-51)(2018-35)

    I've come to the conclusion that collecting yarn, and using yarn are two entirely separate hobbies.
    Crochet Is My Yoga

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    https://friendsofpineridgereservation.org
    http://mccny.org/mccnycharities.html
    http://warmthforwarriors.com
    http://hatsforsailors.com
    https://www.projectlinus.org


    what does the Lord required of you?
    To act justly and to love mercy and walk humbly with your God.

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    • FreedomLover
      FreedomLover commented
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      This looks so snuggly, the parents will love wrapping their precious baby in this.

    • MrsDanielleWilson
      MrsDanielleWilson commented
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      Oooh the colors. Like Sherbert ice cream! Love it! Edited to add: is it corner to corner crochet? That can be such an addicting pattern to crochet in all the pretty colors

    • Sings4joy
      Sings4joy commented
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      @MrsDanielWilson thank you!! Yes, it's the corner-to-corner throw and I agree, it is such an addiction pattern!! I began another one but the yarn wasn't working well with it. Boo!! I began using a baby yarn that has a metallic thread through it and it just got too splitty!

    #3
    Thank you 😊
    https://friendsofpineridgereservation.org
    http://mccny.org/mccnycharities.html
    http://warmthforwarriors.com
    http://hatsforsailors.com
    https://www.projectlinus.org


    what does the Lord required of you?
    To act justly and to love mercy and walk humbly with your God.

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      #4
      Well technically this was done in August but I've just finished blocking it. It's the Desert Sunset Shawl.
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      It's the project that helped me get my knitting mojo back.
      Ashley Capps
      Easley, South Carolina
      Sweet Gum Mini Farm
      sweetgumminis on Instagram
      I knit, crochet, sculpt, paint, draw, grow plants and farm. We raised dairy goats for years, now they're just pets.

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      • Sings4joy
        Sings4joy commented
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        This is so lovely and the colors are so soothing!

      • TeaNSugar
        TeaNSugar commented
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        Very pretty! I love all the colors you used. They look so nice together.

      • Kathy7661
        Kathy7661 commented
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        Very pretty! Lovely color combination!

      #5
      This is a shawl I actually knitted in August, but I sent it to my favorite Youtube yarn dyer (ChemKnits), to have her use it as a blank to dye. My original intention was to unravel it, because I thought the shape was weird, but now that it’s dyed, I’m thinking I might just keep it as a shawl.

      She did a great job on the video and demonstrated two different dyeing techniques: https://youtu.be/BhxOiDvN2Yw
      Attached Files
      KnitSwag: *personalized knitting swag, designed by an actual knitter.

      https://www.etsy.com/shop/knitswag

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      • FreedomLover
        FreedomLover commented
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        I love the process of how this came into being, thank you for sharing this. It's beautiful.

      • hereami
        hereami commented
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        I really like the finished project. Your work is fantastic and the colors show so nicely when wrapped around.

      #6
      I finished this afghan for my grandson. Wanted each of my grandchildren to have a blanket, just as I have one from my grandmother. This also used up stash and completed a WIP (changed from the original pattern though).

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      • TexasPurl
        TexasPurl commented
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        It's lovely!

      • FreedomLover
        FreedomLover commented
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        This is fabulous! Congrats on finishing a WIP and making an heirloom for your grandson to treasure.

      • maddieknits
        maddieknits commented
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        Thank you all for your kind words.

      #7
      Last week I finished a blue shawl...and posted it somewhere here on FiberKind.

      Today I finished a pair of finger-less gloves. I was able to make 2 pairs of fingerless gloves from this beautiful local yarn. This pair I made for myself.
      Attached Files
      Book Challenge 20/50
      2021 stash busting WTD. o YTD. 6

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      • FreedomLover
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        These look great, I love fingerless mitts.

      #8
      Double-knit Halloween cowl. Based on pattern "Macabre" by Ellie Coetzee, but made some changes to the design to add more interest. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/lib...halloween-cowl

      ​"​​​​Be with those who help your being "- Rumi

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      • Woolfan
        Woolfan commented
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        Thank you hereami. 🙂 I can't remember who wrote the post, or which forum it was in, but someone on Fiberkind told us about Stitch Fiddle. The original chart for the pattern was so small that I could not get a truly useable copy even after increasing the size and copying it to legal paper. Soooooo, I created a Stitch Fiddle account and recreated it row by row. Since I wasn't 100% happy with the pattern elements I figured that I might as well play with it while I had the opportunity. To whoever posted telling us about Stitch Fiddle, a huge hug and deepest thanks! It is an amazing resource!

      • knitter131
        knitter131 commented
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        Woolfan I’m glad you were able to use Stitch Fiddle. I don’t have the pay version, but I can make up charts, save them as a “simple pdf” and download them to my Dropbox. From there I can pick them up for knit companion and enlarge as much as I like. I’ve not printed them off or ever purchased the pay version of Stitch Fiddle. I Do have the iPad pay version of knit companion, and it’s worth every penny!

      • Woolfan
        Woolfan commented
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        knitter131, you are fancy! LOL! 👍😁 If I find that I use this regularly, I'd absolutely subscribe to the paid version. It's a wonderful tool that I plan to explore more fully!

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