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This image is from January 1st, 2010. It’s the first sweater I ever recycled into yarn. I never took a picture of the original sweater, though.
It’s 70% cotton 30% lambs’ wool recycled from an Old Navy women’s sweater. The structure consists of three two-ply fingering weights held together into a light worsted weight.
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Content Magazine Issue 6.1: Sight & Sound.
Content Magazine Issue 6.1: Sight & Sound.
Content Magazine Issue 6.1: Sight & Sound.
Content Magazine Issue 6.1: Sight & Sound.
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This is the complete list of crafting combinations for Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite. I’ve found that it’s generally better to print such things out than look up some faq or wiki. May as well make it look good.
This is the complete list of crafting combinations for Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite. I’ve found that it’s generally better to print such things out than look up some faq or wiki. May as well make it look good.
This is the complete list of crafting combinations for Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite. I’ve found that it’s generally better to print such things out than look up some faq or wiki. May as well make it look good.
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100% wool recycled from a sweater called “Ashes.” Never heard of it.
100% wool recycled from a sweater called “Ashes.” Never heard of it.
100% wool recycled from a sweater called “Ashes.” Never heard of it.
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Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
Banana Republic 100% Lamb’s Wool. The original sweater was knit with a double strand of lace weight. The gauge swatches in the last photo demonstrate the native two strand weight worked on US3’s on the left, and a three strand on US4’s. To knit the latter, I split the sleeve sections into individual strands, shown in the second to the last photo.
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This is my color palette for Gridjunky Fall 2013. It’s called “Indian Summer.”
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Scored these vintage skeins today (130706).
Got around to washing these, and did a bit of quality control. There were a few knots and breaks that needed tending to (130728).
Scored these vintage skeins today (130706).
Got around to washing these, and did a bit of quality control. There were a few knots and breaks that needed tending to (130728).
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Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
Here’s all the stuff I got at the Craft Swap during the Etsy Craft Party last night at the San Jose Quilt Museum. Cool, huh?
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Generation One JetFire by Bandai, 1984.
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Content Magazine, issue 5.1 Spring 2013.
Content Magazine, issue 5.1 Spring 2013.
Content Magazine, issue 5.1 Spring 2013.
Content Magazine, issue 5.1 Spring 2013.