It is still a little damp from blocking so I brought it into the office to show everyone and then laid it back on the floor. It is absolutely pouring down rain today so I am going to wait for it to clear over the weekend to get shots of my wearing it.
It turned out to be rather large as you can see by my relational objects - book and 5 lb. dog. It does accordian up when you wear it which will help. I am actually happy with the oversized version because I like things that are shawl/blanket styles. I will definitely wear the clapotis to Peru so I can use it as a blanket on the plane.
Tonight Karen, Tina and I head up to the house for our knitting/quilting night. The corn chowder is in the crockpot and we bought Kalamata olive bread yesterday. For desert, chopped papaya and Asian pear with a bit of lime juice. Karen and Tina have not seen the musical 1776 so we'll watch that while we play.
I am going to get started on my nephew, Rob's, second hunting sweater. The first one turned out way too big and is now living at Rob's friend's house. Eric looks very nice in green. :) The second sweater is Mist Wool of the Andes. I'm planning an allover cable pattern called sand. My other project to start this weekend will be a pair of Latvian mittens from Lizbeth Upitis' book Latvian Mittens. That particular challenge has been on my mind for a long time. I have one ball each of Palette at home. I'm going to dump them all out on the floor and pick a nice, bright combination. I'll be sure to take lots of photos this weekend.