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Old 03-27-2010, 09:54 AM   #11
wellslipmystitches
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It certainly could be a contributing factor, Jan. I said to someone earlier, ' In knitting count everything, because everything counts.' Needles, yarn, experience and attitude to me are the most important - then those ever important math skills. I can handle a little yarn trouble but, my main concern with splitting and splaying yarn OTN is how it will wear in use. I think many newer yarns are made with softness the main criteria for sales and tend to pill like crazy. I'll take a good wearable item that takes a little time to soften any day. Jean
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