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Old 02-07-2009, 12:39 PM   #1
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Finished Christmas Felted Clogs
I managed to get all but 2 of the 13 clogs I wanted to knit for Christmas done in time. I was down to the wire finishing them, so I forgot to take a picture of all of them Even though I was please with how they all turned out, I was nervous about people's reactions... All the clogs fit and everyone loved them! My 30 yr old nephew has already requested 3 more pairs in other colors. I've listed my WOTA combos (they all looked good) and marked my favorites in case someone out there hasn't made clogs yet.

2 Cranberry/Mist
1 Tidepool Heather/Sapphire Heather
* 1 Sapphire Heather/Tidepool Heather
2 Tidepool Heather/Spruce
* 1 Avocado/Avocado & Sapphire Heather
* 1 Amethyst Heather/ Iris Heather
2 Artic Pool Heather/Mist
1 Cranberry/Forest Heather for my Christmas loving SIL
1 Forest Heather/Pampas Heather
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Old 02-07-2009, 01:12 PM   #2
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They all look fantastic! Great color selection.
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They look great! Don't you just that pattern?
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They're beautiful! I'm so impressed -- 13 pairs of clogs! That's quite a project.
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That's a lot of clogs! They look great!
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They look wonderful~I can't imagine doing that many pairs of clogs!! You have great perseverance!
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wow that's a lot of clogs, they look great, what a wonderful gift
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Congrats!! They all look fabulous!!! They are on my to do list, but I haven't gotten around to them yet.
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Thanks everyone for the kind words! Yes, it WAS quite an undertaking, but I do really love the pattern. I can't wait to do myself a pair!
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they are gorgeous! how hard are they to knit????
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