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Old 04-30-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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pulled the trigger
Bought the "combi" set off eBay today ($19.95 + free shipping) Don't worry, sheldon...if I decide to buy a full set I'll probably buy it here. Also, ETA on the rainbow Denises?
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:45 PM   #2
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Let us know how the cubex are. I am curious what it would be like to knit with a square needle
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No problem. I'm curious, too. I already have an old set of metal knitpicks which I've had for years and don't use too much (I keep them for lace purposes.) Dunno if I need Novas, too - since I have Addi as well. Wood is missing from my uh, collection.
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:39 AM   #4
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Here I thought I was the only one collecting interchangeable sets I have two so far. I also have tons of regular circs. that I got on ebay. They are bamboo. I bought like every size because they were cheap and they were a waste of money.
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I have: Addi (turbo?)
Knitpicks metal
Knitpicks Zephyr (dh got them for me for xmas.)
Denise interchangeable
Knitpicks metal sock dpns
Arriving soon: wooden knitpicks 5" sock dpns, scored on eBay :-)

8 billion bamboo straights and dpns I also bought on eBay. I love them and they were cheap!
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Old 05-01-2013, 06:35 AM   #6
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Holy knitting needles
I have two and thought that I was over doing it. I am just beginning though
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I forgot to mention my bates/boye straights I bought second-hand. I like tools and ny husband enables me because he has 3643643433 tools and shrugs if I say I think maybe I have enough needles? Lol

The right tool for the right job.
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Old 05-01-2013, 07:20 AM   #8
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collecting them must be part of the addiction, new toys!

i love my knitters pride and hiyas- and am always looking at all the others...
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Yup. Totally addicted.

My husband said I'm like a drug addict with yarn...I'm like a drug addict with NEEDLES, TOO. LOL
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yep- i started knitting after a lady in jury duty showed me continental, up till then it was crocheting, but knitting only now...:
and it has helped unkink my stiff fingers!
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