Dyed in the Wool
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Monday, July 10, 2006
Finished! Finito! Fin! Beendet!

I may have got a little excited with the online translator.



clapotis2 fini1

clapotis2 draped2

clapotis2 yarn left
The 2.5 m of yarn I had left over!
Click on any of the pictures for a larger view (if you dare!)

Pattern: Clapotis from knitty.com
Yarn: Louisa Harding Sari Ribbon (90% Nylon, 10% Metallic) in colour 5.
Yardage/meterage: 4 balls of above yarn (66 yds/60 m per ball) less 2.5 m!
Finished size: Approx. 1.25 m by 0.45 m/50" by 18"
Modifications: Yarn substitution and smaller size made
Comments: Still love this pattern! The yarn isn't necessarily something I would have chosen for myself, but I did enjoy working with it. It is scratchy (because of the metallic threads) but boy does it look pretty! For many, many more pictures (including the one my camera took when the tripod fell over!) go here.

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  • It really is very pretty.
    Roll on summer break ! Ah,I remember it well. ;-]

    By Anonymous Emma, at Monday, 10 July, 2006  
  • You look so regal, as if all the world is but dirt beneath your feet!! Very good look, I must practice it!! Nice photos!! Nice abstract too. Ahh, brings back memories of college.....You cut it very fine with the yarn!!

    By Anonymous 2paw, at Tuesday, 11 July, 2006  
  • Great idea! - having just cleaned John Lewis out of that ribbon in the sale, have been wondering what exactly to do with it ...

    By Blogger Mary-Lou, at Tuesday, 11 July, 2006  
  • Fab-u-LOUS. Paired with black, eet ees so CHIC. I really enjoy looking at the portrait photo, too. Very artsy.

    By Anonymous Becky, at Tuesday, 11 July, 2006  
  • Congrats on finishing the paper! Awesome! You can enjoy your break now. Cup-o-tea or Clapotis looks fabulous. I love the ribbon nature of it. Color just stunning on you.

    By Blogger Wanda, at Wednesday, 12 July, 2006  
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