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Old 01-13-2014, 02:17 PM   #1
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KH Shop - Vermont Felted Bag kit question
Maybe Sheldon or Amy will have to let me know, but I thought it would work to ask here.

I was just looking at the Vermont Felted Bag Kit in the Shop here and realized it's a really good deal. One question: Are the included needles (yes! it includes the needles at the listed price!) fixed circs? I don't think so as I don't find sz. 15 fixed circs at WEBS but want to be sure. Thanks.
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Old 01-13-2014, 02:56 PM   #2
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Are you asking if the needles included are fixed circs? It looks like it in the photo.
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GG, if you hover your cursor over the thumbnail picture of the two skeins of yarn and needle the pop-up decription says that the needles are 24" fixed circulars.
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Thanks, Jan and Julie. I thought they looked like fixed but didn't hover in the right place. I'll have to think about that.
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I've had another look at the link and there are 2 price options:

With needles at $13.70

Without needles at $7.31

I don't know if that will have a bearing on any decision.
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I've had another look at the link and there are 2 price options:

With needles at $13.70

Without needles at $7.31

I don't know if that will have a bearing on any decision.
I see $12.01 without needles, $22.50 with needles.
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I've had another look at the link and there are 2 price options:

With needles at $13.70

Without needles at $7.31

I don't know if that will have a bearing on any decision.
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I see $12.01 without needles, $22.50 with needles.
Ah, I see what it is. The prices are now reading 13.70 and 7.31 for me. I think the price conversions went through automatically, but the currency sign remained as $'s instead of 's.
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I wondered if a currency difference was in play here.
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