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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 +29 (2021 -288)(2020-712)(2019-642)(2018-109)
    Book Challenge 0/30 (2021-26)(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://knitherainbow.org
    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.

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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
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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://knitherainbow.org
    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.
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      “It is a queer thing. In a time of great need, when powerful leadership is demanded, the people—confused and excited—hear only the strident voices of the audacious, and refuse to listen to the voice of wisdom which, being wise, is temperate.”
      ― Lloyd C. Douglas, The Robe


      2021 Book Challenge 0/50
      2021 Stash Busting WTD +42 YTD +42

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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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