View Full Version : *FOs* FT Clogs and hat made from leftover yarn

02-27-2006, 10:43 PM
Hi guys,

Here are a couple FOs I recently did. The clogs were a blast to make. They are for DH and now I need to make me some!!! The doggie in the picture has had 2 surgeries in a week to fix a knee and we still don't know if it worked, but he still wanted to be in the picture.

I just made the hat from the leftover clog yarn for DH too. He refused to let me post a picture of him, so I ended up modeling it. LOL I made it up as I went along and didn't use a pattern.

I used Lamb's Pride worsted in Old Sage and Wild Oak. I love Lamb's Pride!

02-27-2006, 11:04 PM
Those look great! Your husband's hat looks cute on you, you should keep it since he doesn't want to be photographed in it...

02-27-2006, 11:09 PM
Great job on the clogs and hat! :thumbsup: I love the colors! Hugs to your doggie, I hope he gets better! :heart:

02-27-2006, 11:13 PM
Love the colors of the clogs and your hat!

:heart: HUGS for the doggie :heart:

I hope he's getting better! :heart:

02-27-2006, 11:19 PM
Great job! I think you should keep the hat, too. Fits perfectly. After all, HE got the clogs! :rofling:

02-27-2006, 11:21 PM
Those look GREAT!!!! What a sweet face on that doggie!!! :heart:

02-27-2006, 11:23 PM
They look great! I hope the dog will be ok! I have a little dog with a bad lag, too. :heart:

02-27-2006, 11:24 PM
DH says he'll "share" the hat with me. LOL

The doggie is getting better from surgery, but we just don't know if the surgery has "fixed" the problem. We'll get x-rays in about a month and hopefully that will give us an idea. Right now, his only problem is that he wants to run and jump and play, but he can't. Poor guy! We are doing the best we can to keep him entertained and somewhat exercised. He's not bearing weight on the splinted leg, so we aren't too strict with keeping him laying down all the time.

02-28-2006, 01:59 AM
POOR PUPPY!!!! :( At least he doesnt have the cone head.... :lol:

REALLY nice work there!

02-28-2006, 08:11 AM
Very nice!! I agree with aylaanne...You look very cute in that hat and should keep it! Great job! :thumbsup:

02-28-2006, 09:37 AM
I really like the colors!! Very nice! And :heart: hugs :heart: to your dog, does doggie have a name?

02-28-2006, 10:07 AM
Love The colors! Hat and clogs look great

:inlove: awwww loving the puppy as well.

02-28-2006, 10:20 AM
Your knitting is beautiful!
I'm with Ingrid.......the model gets to keep the hat,
and puppy get the clogs.
I think he was feeling left out. :rollseyes:

02-28-2006, 11:00 AM
Great job on the hat and the clogs!! I love the color combo!

Hope your dog is feeling better soon!! :heart:

02-28-2006, 11:05 AM
Fabulous projects and adorable dog! The picture of you is also great and I'm jealous since I, myself, am horribly un-photogenic!

Where did you find the pattern for the clogs? I think I saw this asked before but I don't recall the answer. Please don't tell me you winged those as well as the hat!! :lol:

02-28-2006, 11:10 AM
Poor doggie :(

The clogs and the hat look great!

02-28-2006, 12:47 PM
Great pix! You do look NICE in that hat! I love the clogs. The color is really nice. I FINALLY got my FT clog pattern after I dunno, almost a year of refusing to order it online coz I didn't want to pay $5 shipping. Every yarn store in NY and even other places didn't have it but I just happened
to find it last week at a new yarnshop PurlSoho.
I'm so excited! Maybe having to wait was ok after all.

I love your dog. Hope he mends well.


02-28-2006, 12:53 PM
new yarnshop PurlSoho.

I live in northern NJ and have heard about that store...I don't head into the city much, but was thinking that store might give me a good reason to venture in. Aside from getting the clog pattern, were there lots of other goodies there?

02-28-2006, 01:17 PM
large afghan for large brotherinlaw :rofling:

Well PurlSoho is the tiniest shop I think I've ever been in. But they are so nice there! It's worth checking out for fun, and there's some great places to eat around there. They have a website if you want to check their prices. A little on the high side but same as most places in town. Have you ever been at Seaport Yarn? That is one crazy place. She has EVERYTHING and then some. Room after room. It's whacko. It's in a former office in an old office building down near Wall Street.

The Yarn Co on Broadway & 82 (my neighborhood) has some really nice stuff too. Esp when they're having their sale. I used to think they were too high priced but then I saw they have the lowest price on Manos del Uruguay... most shops charge $14, 15, 14.50 but they charge $12.50. As you can tell, I shop around a lot!

02-28-2006, 01:27 PM
I'll have to arrange a field trip with my knitting pal across the street. These sound like a lot of great places to check out while enjoying the city.

Last month she took me to a mill in Paterson that is only open to the public once a month. They sell yarns (priced by the POUND) that are wound on cones (some skeins) and generally used for machine knitting. Neither of us have a machine, but she's hand knit some amazing garments by combining several fibers.

If I ever finish this :zzz: afghan, I'll get busy with the stuff I bought there.


02-28-2006, 01:57 PM
POOR PUPPY!!!! :( At least he doesnt have the cone head.... :lol:

Nope, no conehead because he's a good little boy! I've threatened him with it a couple times, but he's since left the splint alone. :rofling: You can't see it in the picture, but he had a couple epidurals after surgery so they shaved his butt too. Poor guy!!!! Well, at least he can't see it.

does doggie have a name?

Yes, his name is Colorado. He's actually very happy this morning, so that's good! (But when he's happy, he's very energetic; not so good when you have a splint!)

Thanks for all the kind comments!!! I really loved making those clogs! I'm going to have to get some yarn for myself soon. I need some clogs! The worst part is waiting for them to dry! :roflhard: We live in a very dry climate and this is the 3rd day and they are not quite dry yet. :roflhard:

I think I might have enough yarn to make another hat, in opposing colors (brown with green stripes), so my husband won't have to share with me. He really does love the hat though, which is odd, since he usually doesn't like them.

03-01-2006, 08:11 AM
Poor doggie!

Love the hat & clogs!! :cheering:

03-01-2006, 08:39 AM
:heart: Hugs :heart: to Colorado!

And lovely hat and clogs!! Glad your dh is sharing the hat with you ;)

I love Lamb's Pride, too...it feels sooooo good and felts so beautifully!

03-02-2006, 10:24 AM
I love the colors of the hat and clogs - they both turned out perfectly. Lambs Wool does felt great ....

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03-02-2006, 10:29 AM
i love the clogs! :heart: :heart: if i missed it, could you please repost the pattern? they are so adorable i would love to get my needles around that project!

03-02-2006, 10:34 AM
Fiber Trends Clog Patterns available here. The FT Clog are not a free sharring pattern - but I do sell them if you are interested.


03-10-2006, 09:26 PM
Where ever did you find a pattern for felted clogs?? Can you show me on line?? Thanks. YOu did a wonderful job on both things.

03-10-2006, 09:42 PM
The pattern is from fiber trends, but I haven't found any place to get the pattern online. You can buy it online, but it will shipped to you in paper form. I got mine from a yarn shop here locally in Colorado Springs, but the pattern is quite popular and I believe many yarn shops now carry it.

Here is a link to fiber trends.


They are soooooooooo fun to knit!

03-10-2006, 09:46 PM

You Can Get The Fiber Trends Felt Clog Pattern At The Site Link Above!