11 responses

  1. Jody
    24 May, 2012

    I knit one of those years ago and I still wear it and love it. You chose some pretty yarn too! Love Noro aside from the knots! I always seem to find at least one in every ball. Good luck!

    • Tressa
      24 May, 2012

      Oh thanks Jody!

  2. Bonnie
    30 May, 2012

    It’s on my list to do, too! I’m surprised by the wide range of yarns that have been used. It seems that it’s been knit with everything from fingering to bulky weight! I’m hoping to do mine in some leftover aran weight alpaca that I have in my stash. Yours looks great!

    • Tressa
      30 May, 2012

      Thanks Bonnie!

  3. Holly
    30 May, 2012

    I just finished my Clapotis a week ago! I used Malabrigo Rios – its striping is much more subtle so it looks different. After seeing your pictures I want to try one in Noro too!

    • Tressa
      31 May, 2012

      Thanks Holly! I’ll have to check that yarn out!

  4. CeltChick
    1 June, 2012

    Hmmm, I’ve got some Lornas Laces sport weight (no silk, just wool) that has be partly knit up in good ol’ feather & fan, but which has been in hibernation so long now…SIgh! And it’s a lovely colorway, Baltic Sea, which I believe has been discontinued; I may have to frog, wash (to get out the kinks), & re-knit as a Clapotis! Thanks for the inspiration & I guess I know what I’m doing this weekend.

    • Tressa
      1 June, 2012

      Woo-hoo — go for it!

  5. Kim
    12 June, 2012

    Is there a more-knitted pattern out there? Surely the designer of a pattern that has resulted in so many finished objects deserves a mention. She deserves a commendation. Kate Gilbert designed Clapotis as well as many other wonderful patterns.

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