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Old 10-08-2008, 12:03 AM   #21
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LOL - well the set is gorgeous! I, too, love the colorway. So glad you are well enough to knit again. I know how frustrating it must have been to not be able to play with yarn for such a long time.
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Those r soo cute!! What kinda needled did u use? Are they hard to make? I am going to start learning soon.. I need to get needled,spacers, and etc items..Someone is sending me some needles so that will help me get started soon- Trying 2 figure out how, due to finances.. but, I have some yarn!
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Those r soo cute!! What kinda needled did u use? Are they hard to make? I am going to start learning soon.. I need to get needled,spacers, and etc items..Someone is sending me some needles so that will help me get started soon- Trying 2 figure out how, due to finances.. but, I have some yarn!
For most of this I used the double pointed needles... easy to use- (eventually) but, not the best type of needle for beginning knitters. I don't even know what size they were-- in the mess of 'unpacking/moving' ... I have lost the ONLY needle gauge that I had left. Sigh.. However, I think that they were about a 4.5mm or 5mm or even a 5.5mm size. I made this up myself - except for the booties.. and I 'kind of' followed a pattern... for the most part.
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