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melissajean Posted - 10/23/2007 : 12:33:41 PM
Thought I would post since this topic had nothing in it.

I made very pretty felted roses using Nicky Epstein's Over the Edge cabbage rose and leaf patterns. You can glue a pin back on or even a barette clip for a small girl. It was a lot of fun and uses up small amounts of yarn in a lot of different colors. Good Luck!

Happy knitting
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WendyB Posted - 10/23/2007 : 1:34:59 PM
I have that book too, so I'll have to look specifically for those patterns. Thanks for pointing them out. I have a Vintage Bubble Bag from Pursenalities that I use a lot that's crying out for some sort of decoration like that.

I also have Nicky Epstein's Knitted Flowers book, and might make a rose or daisy from that.

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