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February 11, 2007




I too have admired all the beautiful Clapotis' that soo many knitters have knit, but I don't think I could commit myself to such a huge project. Yours is beautiful, even though it is "slightly felted". Ouch, I feel your pain.

Elizabeth K

Oh no! I would be so upset if I did that (and it's just the sort of thing I'd do too).


Sooooo sorry! I can't imagine the time it must have taken to make that! I'm the world's slowest knitter so I'd be crying right now if it were mine. Are you sure there's no way you could turn it into a purse? ;o)

Sue B

oh what a bummer. Well it's certainly a beautiful slightly felted Capotis!


Bummer! (Although, a felted Clapotis would be perfect for our cold Boston weather this week! If you can't wear it anymore, I sure would ...)


It's so pretty! I can't even tell it's felted! I am cracking up over the color of the yarn though. Take a look at the one I was telling you about on Saturday (I happen to have it on today!) http://tresbonbabble.blogspot.com/2006/01/clapotis-2-is-done.html


OOh, I can't tell either that it's felted slightly. It's still beautiful.
I think that is why I can only knit small things, mentally I can't commit to large projects-fear of things going wrong considering all of the time and money investment.

I did an impulse buy from Stitch Diva, for some downloadable sweater patterns, but I'll have to overcome my fears. I'll just keep knitting my toys and scarves while I consider them...lol.

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