Monday, July 7, 2008

Crapotis with a Big Fat "C"



With a little help from several hours of sitting in front of the idiot box...Crapotis is back and better than ever. We had lots of progress happening Saturday while watching the Twilight Zone marathon.



Pretty little stitch markers all in a row.




We even had our very first stitch dropping. I think that is going to be my favorite part. What? Drop stitches on purpose!? Yahooooooooo!




Much progress was also made on Sunday while watching the following movies:

Semi Pro (Don't waste your time)
Evan Almighty (Loved it!)
The Guardian (Mmmmmm Ashton)
Die Hard 20 or what ever number we are up to now (Yippy kay yay...)




7 comments:

wooly daisy said...

okay-being that first time you tried this project it filled you with nothing but grief, torture and pain. you ripped it out. now, did you put it out of your mind? oh no- you just HAD to cast on again!!! and do it again. i think you need to rename it-"crackotis"

beware-it only takes one time to get hooked!

Wendy said...

Beautiful colors on the Crapotis.

Sam said...

It's a beauty!

moo said...

Lovely colors! Fab job! And thanks for the movie reviews. Last one I saw was John Adams~long, but superb. I am just waiting for all of my British tv shows from Netflix (Prime Suspect and such). Knit along with lots of them. Good post...as usual!

Kim said...

It looks like you are on the right path now. It's beautiful.

Enjoy dropping stitches(I think that's the only reason I haven't frogged mine--there is something addictive about purposely dropping stitches).

StarSpry said...

It's looking great! I'm glad it going better this time :)

Marisol said...

love your clapotis colors! Hey listen, I hope you get this email right away. If you are serious about finishing this clapotis --i would seriously consider getting a 4th skein of your yarn in the exact dyelot and colorway. When I made mine with lion and lamb I was short and had to buy another skn. However since a year had gone by the dye lot was totally different not as rich and vibrant as the first!