- a ribby hat with pom pom, knit with Claudia’s Handpaints
- a mobius tote from A Second Treasury of Magical Knitting using grey Cascade 220
- A log cabined rug using some Wal-Mart cotton
- A “scribble lace” scarf for my mom, which I still need to send
- Some long cashmere blend arm warmers
- this Clapotis for Robin, which she’ll get in another week (finally)
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amybeth is going to be the next Canadian dracula.
Rock out with your sock out!
sagittarian Looking forward to good things
that is gorgeous!!!!
what a beautiful job…(and nice picture, too, by the way)
Beautiful Job on the Clapotis!!
I love the colors you chose for your Clapotis! “Robin” is a very lucky recipient of that lovely shawl.
I had knitting a Clapotis on my list, but I’ve dropped it for now until I use up some of the other yarn I already have on hand.
All these lovely patterns are so addictive, it requires a lot of discipline to finish what is already started!
Robin loved her Clapotis. She was so happy and she and her mom keep talking about it.
That was my 2nd Clapotis and I have plans for a few more. But you’re right – I have trouble with finishing what is already started too. I see something and get excited about it, and it’s hard to not start something new until I am done with my existing project(s)!
I forgot to ask....
What is the yarn you used for the clapotis in your picture! The colors are just gorgeous.
Noro Silk Garden.
I don’t remember the colorway, but it was definitely Noro Silk Garden. I made another for myself with the same yarn previously (in colorway #84) and I wear it almost everyday.
Beautiful as Well!
Wow, both of those Clapoti (is that the correct way to make it plural??) are gorgeous. I definitely want to make one, I just have too many things started right now!!
When I do get around to it I will definitely take a long look at the Noro Silk Garden. Definitely you got beautiful results with it!
The colourway is 008! I made mine with the same yarn.