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DA Knitters Afghan contest by Cogsie
Frozen ice dishcloth by CherokeeCampFireGirl
Halloween fair-isle cardigan by KnitLizzy
Pumpkins by Schorchingskys
Next Contest In July
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avatar - daKnitters by stuck-in-suburbia
dAknitter's devID by dAKnitters
Plushies and Toys
mmm sweet cultural appropriation by MasterPlanner
Kangaroo by NerdyKnitterDesigns
Rosa the Dragon by NerdyKnitterDesigns
Cosmoem by Ludaritz
Afghans and Blankets
batman blanket by Jaime-Alice
Puerto Rico Flag Blanket by 4Damien
Rainbow Blanket by 4Damien
Rainbow Corners by MandieRae
Scarves and Cowls
Bright as the sun by FearlessFibreArts
Black Magic crochet shawl by FearlessFibreArts
Knitted Ace Scarf by Cogsie
4th Doctor Scarf by fourthimbles
Gloves and Mittens
Corrugated Fingerless Gloves: Prototype 2 by FearlessFibreArts
Corrugated Fingerless Gloves: Prototype 1 by FearlessFibreArts
Berry Pink Dragon Gloves by FearlessFibreArts
Dark Delight Owl Gloves by FearlessFibreArts
Last chunky hat I will be making for a while by Schorchingskys
Just a chunky looking hat by Schorchingskys
Green Knitted Hat by Schorchingskys
jumbo hat by schizocatgirl264
Home Decor and Housewares
Trio of Squares by MoonyMina
i donut do puns by MasterPlanner
original artwork donut steel by MasterPlanner
don't flip out on me by MasterPlanner
Baby Clothing
Fox hat by Sela01
Easy Baby Hat by Elizabethjunean
Lacy baby hat by Elizabethjunean
Lime Green Baby Booties and Mittens (FOR SALE) by fourthimbles
Children's Clothing
7th Doctor Toddler Vest (Commission) by fourthimbles
Adult Clothing
Black sweater by dosiak
Bags Purses Sacks
Pockety-Pouch for my Hard Disk by MoonyMina
Seasonal- Christmas
A Bunch of Speshul Snowflakes by MasterPlanner
Patterns and Tutorials
Umbreon amigurumi pattern - part 1 by MissDwidwi
Knitted Harry Potter Gryffindor earrings  by TinyPinkPadlock
Fiber Art
Sockblank #2 Captain America by KnitLizzy
Socks and Leg Wear
Vegeta's Slippers by kateknitsalot
Assembly Time! (red and black baby wyvern WIP) by UnbridledMuse
Tools and Yarn
Pretty Spindles All In A Row by FearlessFibreArts
7th Doctor Hot Water Bottle Cover (FOR SALE) by fourthimbles
Pet gear
Fourth Bandannas by YunisUnis
Knitted Legend of Zelda Hyrule Warriors Crest by Cogsie
Yarn Bombing
Yarnbombing 2011 03 by GRichmond

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CONGRATULATIONS to Cogsie for winning 1st place in our Afghan Contest this Spring!
DA Knitters Afghan contest by Cogsie

Your prizes:
- Featured in the dAKnitters' Feature gallery folder
- 100 points from :iconcloudpow:
- Free Sketch Commission from :icondannquixote:
- Journal Feature from :iconwildphoenix22:
- Journal Feature from :icondaddys-girl1997:
- Journal Feature from :iconsabrscuro:

Thank you to all who participated and suggested this theme! We love it so much, that we just may bring it back next year!

Our next contest will be in July. Contest details to come later this month! :D
UPDATE: About half way through May we realized that the Contest Folder was closed. OOPS! So sorry to anyone who tried to submit before we managed to open the folder. The contest has now ended but due to this blunder, we will leave the folder open through the weekend. Please get your submissions in ASAP! Judging will begin on Monday June 5th.

Thank you!
Hello everyone and Happy Spring!

It's time to kick off the year with a contest!! This contest will be a little bit different than those of the past, instead of  monthly contest this will be a 3-month long contest to give everyone ample time to finish a beautiful work of art!!

THEME: "AFGHANS!"  Show us your blanket making skills!
DEADLINE: June 1st, 2017


- Entries can be of anything you would otherwise be able to submit to the group. The bottom line: it has to be fiber art. That includes knitting, crochet, felting, and creations made using fibers.

- Limit 3 entries per person.

- NEW entries only! Submission date must be March 1st, 2017 or later.

- You MUST have the group icon :icondaknitters: somewhere in your description. (You can do this by typing : icondAKnitters : minus the spaces.) AND you must state that your piece is for the Afghan  Contest.

- Submit your entry to the folder, "Spring 2017 Contest".  (…)
The folder is open now, and will remain open until June 1st, 2017.

PRIZES: (Updated: 3/25/17)


- Featured in the dAKnitters' Feature Gallery Folder
- 100 points from :iconcloudpow:
- Free Sketch Commission from :icondannquixote:
- Journal Feature from :iconwildphoenix22:
- Journal Feature from :icondaddys-girl1997:
- Journal Feature from :iconsabrscuro:


- Featured in the dAKnitters' Feature Gallery Folder
- 50 points from :iconcloudpow:
- Free Sketch Commission from :icondannquixote:
- Journal Feature from :iconwildphoenix22:
- Journal Feature from :icondaddys-girl1997:


- Featured in the dAKnitters' Feature Gallery Folder
- 25 points from :iconcloudpow:
- Free Sketch Commission from :icondannquixote:
- Journal Feature from :iconwildphoenix22:
- Journal Feature from :icondaddys-girl1997:

More prizes TBD
(TBD = To Be Determined)

LOOKING FOR PRIZE DONATIONS: Along with those prizes, if any of you (or anyone you know) would like to contribute a prize to this list, no matter how small, please feel free to comment with what you wish to contribute!

As always, we (the dAKnitters admin) will be your humble judges.
Entries will be reviewed June 2st and the WINNER will be announced June 10th!

Ready, set, YARN.

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Cloudpow Featured By Owner May 1, 2015

You can submit items made using knit, crochet, or other fiber manipulating techniques (including felting). Yes, you can have a link in the deviation to your shop/storefront if the item is up for sale.
MMkakashi Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2015
Hello, everyone! I am sad to say, but since I my computer died a month ago there was little I could do to check on you. :( I do what I can on my mobile phone from time to time. I'll also try to upload my stuff when possible. Take care all of you. :3
MMkakashi Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015
Hello, everyone! I need to apologize for not showing up in over a month, but I had problems of my own and went through a tough time. I'm back to work now!
Cloudpow Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015
That's good to hear!
MMkakashi Featured By Owner Edited Nov 14, 2014
Gz to the winners of Octobers contest! :happybounce:  Can't wait to see more stuff from you, guys. :3

EDIT: I'm very sorry for not checking your deviations this week, but I promess I'l do so this weekend. I'm just so tired. I worked so much this week. >,<
Cloudpow Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014
Hello. Thank you for your continued interest in the group. :)

Please remember to read the guidelines of a challenge before submitting to the challenge folder. I'm a fan of WoW, but the theme for the November 2014 Challenge is Native American Heritage. :)
MMkakashi Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2014
Funny thing, I don't remember submitting it to the challenge folder... I just hit the submit art right on the home page of the group.
Cloudpow Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014
Ah, okay. Try submitting the deviation from the deviation page itself to the group.
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MMkakashi Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
People, I need help! Since I learned knitting and crochet by myself, there still are a lot of things I don't really know how to make them. I'm doing a blanket in knitting and want to cross stitch the picture on it. Now, I know how you finish the loose ends of yarn in cross stitch, but since we're talking about blankets here, do I just hide the loose ends behind the stitch? Isn't it dangerous, like, with time won't it loose itself when washing, etc?
Cloudpow Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
To avoid loose stitching, double back at the ends of your stitching as you would on a sewing machine. You can also add a lightweight backing to the blanket for added comfort from the bare stitching itself. Also, when it comes to washing handmade items, it is suggested to wash it either by hand, or on a delicate cycle on the washing machine, and drying it in the air, or on a low-tumble dry setting.

Good luck!
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