LilacMultiShortDress
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Purple & Gold Dress
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my original
patterns, but I did
enjoy making them. I have found patterns all over the web and will link them when I find them
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Here is a page that shows what others are doing with Twilleys Goldfingering Thread.
I finally have enough pictures to do this.
I contacted knitter’s and crocheters from Ravelry.com and asked permission to show
the work they have done using this wonderful thread. The first ones are mine;
no I don't just make ornaments, so enjoy.
Let me know if you have photos to share!
Colinette Crochet Necklace
“This was made from a pattern in Colinette’s Arboretum - I think it was called Wisteria.”

Bearsaunty at Ravelry.com
Dorothy Socks—Red Glitter
“The Goldfingering knitted up well for socks and I’ve washed and worn them several times now. Pattern is from a 1978 magazine.”
Pacificrin at Ravelry.com Knitted
Lace Mini Jacket
“Paxcheung at Ravelry.com Knitted
Blythe Evening Frocks
“1960’s inspired evening glamour for Blythes. I had fun with these.”
Lyndell at Ravelry.com

Knitted
Pullover in metallic yarn
“The pattern is not mine. It came from an old book that used cotton sport yarn. I changed it to the Twilley’s, which came out a little smaller, but still worked out. The cotton version is on my Ravelry projects page in lime green.”

Hazel at Ravelry.com Crochet

Pink Snood
http://blog.vintagegrrl.net

Vintagegrrl
at Ravelry.com Crochet

Fat Bottom Bag
"It was made using the famous Fat Bottomed Bag pattern by Julie Armstrong Holetz from the Stitch ‘n’ Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker book."
It was made by Euryale on www.Ravelry.com –Crochet

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