Progress Report?

Well guys it has just been over a week since this clog thing started and we have seen some great stuff so far.  If I can get my dumb ass on a plane (on stand-by) I'll be finishing mine up in California this week.

 Let me know if you would be interested in doing an online chatroom session sometime this week and we can get together and hash out some semi-realtime questions!

As we say in Texas... Arrivederci Y'all!

If anyone dares write and correct my arrivederci... I'll getcha!


Aaronknits's picture

Nope, looks like you spelled it correctly.

grandcarriage's picture

sweet picture:  your wedding?  Which one are you?

That's ok, because it's Italian.  The French version is au revoir, y'all.

No corrections from me, but can I just make fun of you for using a fru fru word? Tho I'm sure it sounds very cute in your Texas accent.

Well, I for one, would have appreciated it had you included, at least on *some* small scale, phonetic guideposts for thems not acquainted with the 'iodioma Italiano: viz: arriveˈdertʃi/ . . . . That way, even before a wee 'Tini, one could belt it out like a true resident of the Southwest Side!  After a wee 'Tini, Mamma Mia!  Who knows????

But, I'm not a nitpicker.  No, no . . . not me.  Californians, even if they *are* from the Middle Kingdom, can really do no wrong. Tongue out  Have a wonderful trip, " Viaggiatore Bello" ! ! !

 ~Mike in Tampa (who thinks Chris is gonna Boil out there in all this heat . . . 116 in the San Fernando Valley today!)

~Der Gefährliche Schal-Stricker

Chris Vandenburg's picture

huh????? wedding?

"If a man has cream at home in the refrigerator he won't go out looking for 2% butterfat"
............Erma Bombeck

Warren's picture

I've got one clog almost done; I need to seam the center of the inner sole and join it with the outer sole.

I'm working on the clogs in the midst of working on another project, for my nephew, which is an Orangutan.  I've never knitted with DK-weight yarn before AND it's mohair on US #3s.  I tried to rip our several rows of it, but then couldn't get my stitches picked back up. I ended up pitching 60 rows of work on it last night.  I was NOT a happy camper, but I wouldn't have liked the finished result.  I'm chalking it up to it being a learning experience!