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LifeStyled :: 07.18 Smithsonian Garden Party

Summer has been amazing! Ventured off to an Alice in Wonderland themed garden party with my besite! It was a really cute event with patrons in costume dancing throughout the gardens. 89 more words

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EYE#7 | Aye EYE-lets, Captain!

Hello, everyone!  Jennifer here this week, with our SEVENTH challenge!

One of the very first items I used in scrapbooking were eyelets… I saw people using them but did not have any scrapbook supplies.   277 more words

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Eyelet-patterned raglan cardigan - finished!

The cardigan is finally done! For the edges, I finally ended up using a regular 1×1 ribbing. (Nothing like the ol’ ribbing for sweaters…) It went pretty slow because I was busy with other stuff, and then I had to wait for my sister to model it — she was busy with other stuff. 271 more words

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From My Garden Tags

We love growing a veggie garden each year. Our whole family enjoys planting it, maintaining it, and harvesting the results of our hard work. Since we usually harvest more than we can eat we also enjoy sharing our bounty with friends, family, and neighbors. 183 more words

Project Inspiration

Eyelet-patterned raglan cardigan - the sleeves

As I’d decided, I stopped knitting the body of the cardigan when it reached a respectable length, and moved on to the sleeves. My sister, in between trying on the in-progress piece again and again, said sometime that the body actually feels long enough to her. 398 more words

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Eyelet-patterned raglan cardigan - 3

The cardigan is now waist-length, yay! The pattern’s looking nice too — here’s a closeup:

For this cardigan, I’ve added the chest-to-waist decreases at the back, instead of my usual method of adding them at the sides. 188 more words

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Designer Spotlight: Campfire Shawl by Lucinda Iglesias

Knitting for 12 years and crocheting most of her life, Lucinda Iglesias claims she still can’t really follow a pattern. But that hasn’t stopped her from designing patterns of her own! 376 more words

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