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Old 10-01-2007, 11:48 AM   #1
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I went to my local yarn store and the lady helped me figure out my problem with the ending for the felted clogs! I've made two sets already. The pattern is wonderful!! !If anyone was thinking about getting it i would strongly suggest it. Oh and let me know if i can help because i TOTALLY know how to make them YAAAAHOOOOOOO
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Old 10-01-2007, 12:30 PM   #2
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Good for you! Now, we need photos!!! Love ya, Mary
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I just cast on for my first clog. The first row was a bit touch and go but I think i may have figured it out. I am onto the second row. The whole W&T think was cool. I am sure I will have a question soon.
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I am more than halfway through my second clog and so far so good! I think the hardest part for me was joining at the heel when I started the upper color (seemed quite loose and I ended up just weaving ends in later to fill gaps) and fastening the cuff (picked up the wrong color stitch and ended up with a striped effect inside) but it's ok cause these are my first pair and they're for ME!!!

If they look good after felting I'm planning on making them as gifts for everyone for Christmas...they knit up pretty fast!
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Old 10-02-2007, 08:00 AM   #5
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They do knit up fast! I'm going to make them for everyone for xmas as well. I've been using that eyelash yarn around the top and it looks great! It must be the only good use for that awfull stuff. THANKS FOR THE PATTERN MARY!!! I'm over the moon! I've brought them in for everyone at work to see and they think i'm a knitting genius! I'd love to put pics up but i don't know how....computer idiot.
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Old 10-02-2007, 08:18 AM   #6
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I've brought them in for everyone at work to see and they think i'm a knitting genius!
I had the same reaction when I made mine! I was laughing inside because they really aren't that hard. But if people want to think we are knitting geniuses we should just let them!

Congrats on making your first pair!
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If you're smart enough to buy the pattern and the yarn and then actually do the work, you are a knitting genius!
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Hi where do I get this pattern I am not being left out all you girls knitting clogs I want to be part of you gang!!!!!
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Good for you!!! Ihey are such a quick and fun knit. My DH and I wear ours all the time, though I need to make him a new pair - he has worn a hole in the sole!

The pattern is by Fiber Trends AX33. And Here is the website so you can see who sells the pattern in the UK.
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