How to Put Together a Knitting Project

I made this snap guide for my women and creativity class. For more information on hexipuffs or the beekeepers quilt, check out www.ravelry.com/patterns/libr…

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How to Put Together a Knitting Project
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I began by purchasing the pattern for beekeepers quilt, which was $5.50. There are similar patterns for both knitters and crocheters but I liked this one.

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Following the pattern instructions, I began to create my "Hexipuffs."

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See, here are a few of my starting hexipuffs but not attached

See, here are a few of my starting hexipuffs but not attached

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Time to take a Kitty break!

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Back to work

Back to work

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Now that I've made a reasonable amount of hexipuffs,

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Time to start sewing them together! I do this by sewing the "tail" to 2 other hexipuffs.

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Woooo!

Woooo!

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If you want to estimate how many hexipuffs it could take to make your desired size, you place together hexipuffs until you get about a 1x1 square.

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Mine is supposed to be about 450 or so

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When your blanket becomes big enough...

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Offer it to your Kitty!

Offer it to your Kitty!

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Based off of your own speed, you can estimate your end date... Mine is may 30...

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Progress as of April 15, 2013 100 hexipuffs

Progress as of April 15, 2013 100 hexipuffs

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What a joke! I'll never finish by then!

What a joke! I'll never finish by then!

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One of the best lessons I learned in this project is that knitting NEVER goes as planned. You will mess up, you will fall behind or...

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Your cat will distract you...

Your cat will distract you...

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