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Old 10-22-2013, 12:59 PM   #1
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Felted clogs .... any videos?
Does anyone know if there are any videos for the felted clog pattern?
This one
http://www.fibertrends.com/p/ac33e-f...s-pdf-download
I am trying to make these but struggling on a couple of the steps.

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Old 10-22-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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What steps are you struggling with? You could post a few lines from the pattern here.
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:54 PM   #3
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Almost 10K people have made those on Ravelry alone. If you could post a few lines of the trouble spot I'm sure we can help.

I'm sure there isn't a video. If there was it would be a huge copyright infringement problem.
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Old 10-22-2013, 04:38 PM   #4
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OK.
First row:
Row 1: k1, m1, k24 (27, 30 / 30, 33), m1, k1, m1, k14 (15, 16 / 16, 17), w&t, k31 (33, 35 / 35, 37), w&t, k13 (14, 15 / 15, 16), m1, k2, m1, k1, m1, k2, m1, k23 (26, 29 / 29, 32), m1, k1. (59, 65, 71 / 71, 77 sts)
I think when I did the m1, I did not do it correctly, I think I just did an increase, but I just watched this video on make 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlPQBhZ31B4
Is that the correct way to make one? And in the video it says m1 to left or right. The pattern does not specify.
At first I thought make 1 just meant to add another stitch .... but then looking at the pattern realized it must mean something else or more.
Then for second row it just says to knit. How much do I knit?

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Old 10-22-2013, 05:24 PM   #5
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Which increase you use probably doesn't matter as much as having an increase in the right spot and ending up with the correct number of stitches. As long as you know what you're doing you can sub one increase method for another in most patterns. With something felted I doubt that you'll be able to tell which increase you used. The video shows how to do M1L & M1R. If you look at Amy's video on this site I expect it will show the same thing.

I'm making a pair of socks and using the same increase on both sides. They won't look perfect but for these socks, that's OK by me. How you feel about it is what you should go by.

What exactly does it say for the next row?
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This is exactly what it says for the first 3 rows:
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Row 1: k1, m1, k24 (27, 30 / 30, 33), m1, k1, m1, k14 (15, 16 / 16, 17), w&t, k31 (33, 35 / 35, 37), w&t, k13 (14, 15 / 15, 16), m1, k2, m1, k1, m1, k2, m1, k23 (26, 29 / 29, 32), m1, k1. (59, 65, 71 / 71, 77 sts)
Row 2: Knit.
Row 3: (for women’s sizes only) k1, m1, k24 (27, 30),
[m1, k2] 2x, m1, k1, m1, [k2, m1] 2x, k24 (27, 30), m1, k1.
(67, 73, 79 sts)
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As you have 2 w&t in row 1 it looks as if you are to knit all the stitches in row 2. After the 2nd w&t do you end up at the end of the row? If so, then just knit all the stitches in the next row.
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Row 2 just means to knit the whole row plain without any increases or decreases.

If I remember correctly that increase is fine. Anything felted loses most of the detail so it's not a big deal most of the time.

I have the pattern and will look to see if I have notes.
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Thanks for your replies.
After I finish my mittens today, I am going to at least try to get the inner sole done.

I have a question for the next portion ( upper part of clog)
it states for an extra wide foot, to work 1 more complete round before beginning instep.
I have no idea what this means ... but will try and search for videos on this.

Jan,
If you have any notes on the pattern, I would love to hear what they are.

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What are the directions for the one or two rows before the direction to "work one more complete round before beginning instep"?
Which size are you making?
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