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Aug​​ 2013

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

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More organizing for my needles. I used images from different patterns to get the idea to make these. This one is for my Tunisian hooks. I used stockinette for the sleeve. It was a bit difficult to get the openings to line up properly.

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Aug​​ 2013

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

This is for my Crochet hooks. The outside casing is seed stitch.

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Nov​​ 2013

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

This is for my circular knitting needles. I added a slot for the needle gauge to keep the needles in the right place and to cross check the size of the needle when starting a project. I have 2 needles of each size.

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May 2014

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

Every year I would buy an organizer to convert into my journal. I use ruled, blank and graph paper in the journal to manage everything. So this time I decided to make one. I used 2×2 basket weave stitch for the cover. I have tried to convert to a digital journal but always found typing a pain. However, after my baby started getting into all my stuff I had no choice but to opt for apps on my phone to keep track of everything instead of pen and paper.

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May 2014

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

After my file was done my husband asked for one. I used seed stitch for the cover and stockinette for the inner flaps.

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Jul 2014

Malai Dori Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

7 mm Knitting Needles

I made this for my husband to keep his keys and wallet. He stopped using it after awhile and I caught the dogs playing with it so I frogged it before they could rip it. I was thinking of making a toy for them but not sure if its safe.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/felted-flower-bowl

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​​​​Nov​​ 2011

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

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I made this to help with organizing my tatting tools. The box I’m using to keep the shuttles keeps opening so I made this bag to hold it all together.

http://www.woolywonder.com/freebies/wonderbag/

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Feb​​ 2012

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles

This is for my Bible. I made a square base and then picked up stitches along the edge to make the body of the bag.

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Feb​​ 2012

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles

This is my pencil case, I stitched it down the middle to create 2 sections.

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​​​​Jan​​ 2014

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

I made this the similar way I made the bag for my Bible hoping that it would at the least resemble a box. I guess the edges are too short. I use this to store all my small tools which seem to be slowly increasing as time goes by.

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​​​​May​​ 2014

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

After organizing all my tools I decided to make a handbag for myself. I needed something big enough to fit everything I carry around with me. Since college, I tend to carry a lot of things around with me. Helps me save time looking for small items. I added a few designs to the four sides of the bag too. I used excel to make the pattern for the designs.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/flower-power-bag-3

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Jun​​ 2014

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

The previous pencil case was starting to get small so I made this one to replace it.

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​​​Nov​​ 2011

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles

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I made this to help carry my current project around the house. It ended up being a little small, but I learnt how to make bags so the purpose was served.

Mulberry Silk Drawstring Bag Pattern

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Nov​​ 2011

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles

This is my stash bag. I wanted to learn how to make the chevron pattern so I added it to the body of the bag and just used up all my green yarn.

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Jul​​ 2014

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles

I frogged the first bag and used all my scrap yarn to make this bag. For the body I used seed stitch. I use this to keep all my tools together. It’s a little big but does the job.