KAL Clogs

WOW, Chris and everyone else, you were right! I started my KAL Felted Clogs on Wednesday morning and I've already have one almost done! I finished the cuff and sewed up the inner sole this morning! I just need to add the outer sole and I'm onto the next one! I can definitely see myself doing many of these! In fact, I may make eight more pair before Christmas and give them as gifts to everyone! Thanks for convincing me to participate! I love them!

I'm adding some pics to show how my Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Bulky Hand-Dyed Island Breeze yarn is knitting up. I love it! I can't wait to see it felted!

Here's a link to the project on Ravelry too! http://www.ravelry.com/projects/CRobertK/felted-clogs-ac-33

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Thepook's picture

Those are some awesome colors in there. What yarn was that again?

Those are wonderful!! I absolutely love the colours and you should feel free to wrap those up and send those to b-r-r-rry Canada...oh yeah I could so see those on my tender tootsies!!


Tom Hart's picture

Most excellent, Cory. I'm looking forward to pictures of the F.O.

CRobertK's picture

Thanks everyone! I just knitted on the outer sole this morning before heading into the office (Is tax season over yet?) and will finish the bump part of the sole tonight hopefully!

Mark - - The yarn is Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Bulky Hand-Dyed in color Island Breeze. I love the yarn, very nice to work with.

Joanne - - I'm in Wisconsin and it gets plenty cold here too! These are to keep my tootsies warm! :o)

I can't believe how easy and fast these clogs knit up!


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-- Why live and let live when we can live and help live?

Drat! Darn! and all those other four letter "D" words..well, can't blame a girl for trying..