Fuzzy Ribbed Double Thick Muff

So I'm making everyone stuff for Christmas this year. I was all set to make my best friend mittens, when I realized that she's too weird for something like that. She wouldn't use them, so why waste my time?

A muff was more up her alley. I knew it was screwball enough for her tastes, and, most of all, she would use it. I just used the mitten yarn and threw some eyelash in.

However, I couldn't find any muff patterns online. Weird. I made up my own, then. Pics, pics!

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Blue Boyfriend Blankie

Do you know someone who needs a blankie? I do. For our first anniversery, I designed this blanket to give to David. I made it with a real open weave because he's always so warm, but even so, it traps heat really well. You won't believe it until you make it.

I didn't have it stretched even in these photos, but even so:

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Close up of the stripes and the stitches:

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Harry Potter Scarves

As I've mentioned in my other journal, I've been commissioned to make Harry Potter scarves for people. Here's four of the ones I've been able to make:

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And again:

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From left to right:

1. This is my Gryffindor scarf. It was someone elses, but they never paid me, so I claimed it for me.
2. This is ... someone's Gryffindor scarf. They never paid me either. If I get some bling bling cash money records, maybe I'll feel more inclined to put the fringe on it.
3. This is Tracy's Hufflepuff scarf. She hasn't paid me. Anger.
4. Lyssie! This is your scarf! Sorry, should have told you sooner. Feel free to PayPal me.

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