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Diagonal Dishcloth x 2

Posted: 23 Sep 2018 02:25 AM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/diagonal-dishcloth

Salal - Cabbettenz's Finished Objects

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Salal

Posted: 12 Sep 2018 04:27 AM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/salal



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Max hat

Posted: 12 Sep 2018 04:28 AM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/maximus

Clara 8ply - Cabbettenz's Finished Objects

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Clara 8ply

Posted: 09 May 2018 02:55 AM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/clara-2

silverwax - Cabbettenz's Finished Objects

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silverwax

Posted: 23 Apr 2018 08:58 AM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/beeswax-scarf



Cast on 152st work flat as in pattern but don’t slip the first 2 st.
Seam in the round when finished


Multiple of 15 st.


have decided to work this flat as per the pattern with a button band of 2st
at each end. rather then slipping the first 2 st, these will be knit or
purled as needed.
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Olive Green Project

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 03:52 AM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/olive-green-project



Purchased this partly finished project at social wool fair June 15th 2013. For $8


Hopefully there is enough yarn to finish this jumper for Lliam.


Might be knit on 3.25mm needles, as its quite tight.


Knit the other sleeve and sew up.
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Sans Serif

Posted: 07 Apr 2018 01:32 PM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/sans-serif



Ended up buying more yarn while on holiday as I didn’t have enough.

Timely - Cabbettenz's Finished Objects

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Timely

Posted: 04 Apr 2018 07:41 PM PDT
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/timely



Finished first ball of multi 9rows before arm split.
One ball split in half for the sleeves.
2 balls for the body


Length in pattern is 14inches. I’m aiming for 18 - 20 inches… kept knitting
till i ran out of colour.


cuff rib is 20 rows, hem rib is 25rows
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Bottom up

Posted: 04 Mar 2018 05:52 AM PST
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/bottom-up



Body Cast on 120 st. Knit 10 inches.


Sleeves- cast on 36 st on 3.75mm needles, knit 8 rows garter st. change to 4.5mm needles and knit join in the round. knit 3 inchs
increase 12 st over the next 5 inches.
knit until sleeve measures 9.5 inches in total from cast on edge.


Join sleeves and body leaving 6st under arm to graft later.


Start decreases every second round for 3 repeats.
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Fast-Finish Teddy

Posted: 01 Jan 2018 09:18 PM PST
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/fast-finish-teddy



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Baby Owl

Posted: 01 Jan 2018 09:57 PM PST
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/baby-owl



http:www.littlemuggles.comfree-patternsbaby-owl-free-...


Size USD3/3.25mm crochet hook
Medium/worsted weight yarn
Sport weight yarn in White (for eye circles)
12mm safety eyes
Blunt end tapestry needle
Polyester pellets
Polyester fiber fill
Stitch marker


IMG_4367


HEAD


Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st 12
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around 18
Rnd 4 – sc around 18
Rnd 5 – (2sc, inc) repeat around 24
Rnd 6 – (3sc, inc) repeat around 30
Rnd 7 – (4sc, inc) repeat around 36
Rnd 8 – sc around 36
Rnd 9 – (5sc, inc) repeat around 42
Rnd 10-14 – sc around 42
Rnd 15 – (5sc, dec) repeat around 36
Rnd 16 – (4sc, dec) repeat around 30
Rnd 17 – (3sc, dec) repeat around 24
Rnd 18 – (2sc, dec) repeat around 18
Fasten off


EAR


Rnd 1 – Start 4sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – sc around 4
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat twice
Fasten off and leave a tail


BODY


Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st 12
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around 18IMG_4368
Rnd 4 – (2sc, inc) repeat around 24
Rnd 5 – (3sc, inc) repeat around 30
Rnd 6 – (4sc, inc) repeat around 36
Rnd 7 – (5sc, inc) repeat around 42
Change color and alternate a color for each row
Rnd 8-9 – sc around 42
Rnd 10 – (5sc, dec) repeat around 36
Rnd 11-12 – (sc around 36
Rnd 13 – (4sc, dec) repeat around 30
Rnd 14 – sc around 30
Rnd 15 – (3sc, dec) repeat around 24
Rnd 16 – sc around 24
Rnd 17 – (2sc, dec) repeat around 18
Fasten off and leave a tail


EYE PATCH


start with white sport weight yarn
Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st 12
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around 18
Switch to light gray worsted weight yarn
Rnd 4 – (2sc, inc) repeat around 24
Fasten off and leave a tail


WING


Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring
IMG_4368 - Version 2Rnd 2 – 2sc in each st 12
(Change color, if you are following my green owl design)
Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat around 18
Rnd 4 – sc around 18
Rnd 5 – (sc, dec) repeat around 12
Rnd 6 – (2sc, dec) repeat around 9
Rnd 7 – (sc, dec) repeat around 6
Fasten off and leave a tail


Assembly is fairly simple. Start by stuffing the head with fiber fill. Pin
the ears and eye circles in place. See my picture to see where the eyes
should be placed. The post needs to be pushed through the eye circle as
well as the head before attaching the backing. In my example, I placed the
eye post through an opening that is one row away from the center. When you
are satisfied with the placement of all the parts, go ahead and sew the eye
circles in place. Then reach inside the head and attach the eye backings.
Next, sew the ears in place.


Fill the body with polyester pellets until it is about 3/4 full. Top it off
by stuffing the rest of the space with fiber fill. This helps to keep the
poly-pellets in place. Attach the head. There should be a seamless
transition at the neck because both the head and body openings have the
same number of stitches. The wings go on next. I usually sew the beak on
last. You can also use a piece of felt in place of a yarn beak.


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1 Gini's Dalek

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 12:02 AM PST
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/dalek-egg-cosy



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a dragons tail, not so much

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 12:18 AM PST
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/dragons-tail-shawl



used this as a starting point and then made it up as i went along. sleep
deprived brain couldn’t handle all the words. lol


2 skeins of DarnKnit Gradient. 236g total.
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Find your fade "ish" 8ply

Posted: 31 Dec 2017 10:50 PM PST
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Cabbettenz/find-your-fade-2



try making it smaller then pattern. use about 450m 8ply


Used 15g extra to finish.