Thursday, 16 September 2010

holy clapinoli I might be obsessed

black clap
I just can't seem to stop making clapotis (and plural of clapotis would be...?).
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This one is made with 100gms of 2 ply Bendigo Woollen Mills superwash wool.black clap
It's a bit shorter and much wider.
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It would appear the possibilities for variation are perhaps endless.black clap

12 comments:

Tania said...

Do you have Christmas nailed, or do you have Christmas nailed?

peskypixies said...

I think Im in love!!!!!!!
I want one!!!

would the plural be Clapoti????

trash said...

I'm thinking Clapote.

Leonie said...

Green eyed monster residing at my address. What a way to go through your stash!!!

kath / AliaK said...

this one's great too!

kath / AliaK said...

wait, I just noticed the post dates. you can make these fabrics in less than a week! that's amazing. I definitely want to try a knitting machine now (& since I came across The Art of Knitting: Inspirational Stitches, Textures, and Surfaces a few years back & finally bought a copy - amazing stitches based on Nature's patterns). that's amazing. (maybe I'm just an extra slow hand knitter!)

kim at allconsuming said...

Such a pretty case of the clap.

sooz said...

Kath, it takes about 2 hours to make one if these. Assuming the machine is set up, and you pretty much know what you are doing, though it is not highly skilled or complex.

Ms Jane said...

Sooz, what fabulous wraps, they're gorgeous!

Rachael said...

Oh wow, are you looking to quit your day job? I reckon you could have a thriving business right there!

kath / AliaK said...

less than a day is even better. 2 hour projects are perfect. I'm now searching for a knitting machine. one went on ebay last night for $355 which is over my budget.

Kebeni said...

I also have a clap and love it. Mine gets a lot of wear and many comments.