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« Well if I hadn't stupidly MISSED one of the dropped stitches, Clapotis would be all done! | Main | What if I never knit anything again other than Clapotises? »

February 02, 2005


Pam Miller

What a beautiful piece of knitting artistry.You SHOULD be very proud!It just needs to get cold out so you can wear it! Great job!


Fab ! A great fix,and she looks beautiful.


It's beautiful....need I say more? ;)


The finished product rocks, Beth! How many skeins of silk garden did you end up using? I think I can no longer resist the call of Clapotis and may have to make my own.

julia fc

See Dorothy? You had the power to go back to Kansas all the time, and all you had to do was tap your needles together!
Congrats, you clever (and well-accessorised) girl!


whoops! sorry! that's supposed to say "it's". haha. i think i'm trying to type too fast.


oh my! tit's beautiful! wonderful job!

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