Wednesday, March 14, 2007


Ok, I went to post pictures of the Project I finished on the weekend and my camera ran out of batteries! unfrickenbelievable! So Here is a picture of my pet seasilk (again) and some of the 18 stitch markers I have made for my clap(otis).

I really need to work on my photography, this photo doesn't do the stitch markers justice (if I do say so myself and I do!). Again I must thank Nora for having the knitting genius to pair the clap(otis) pattern with the seasilk, it is simply brilliant combination and looks stunning. Check it out here.
I have been thinking that when I post pictures of some previously unpublished finished objects, it will look like I am a craft powerhouse. Or worse still that I have been saving them to make it look like I am a craft powerhouse. Don't be fooled kids, I am and always will be afflicted with craft ADD.


BrownPants said...

Looking good shaz. Can't wait to see it. As for photos, natural light works wonders for improving mine...

Duchess said...

I'll agree with brownpants on the natural light thing, also reading my camer's manual helped a ton (macro function baby!)
The clapotis is going to be beautiful. I think I may follow suit- are you just using one ball? I have a ball in my collection.
I have been thinking about knitting clapotis out of Hand Maiden's Silk Maiden, as I saw it done in that recently, but it takes three balls and might be a little on the warm side for our mild Washington winters.

Nora said...

If you don't want to use markers, just P the sts between the twisted sts (these are the sts that you'll be dropping).

Bee said...

Glad to see ur clap is actually underway. I started mine 5 times and still can't get the right number of stitches on the needle.