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September 25, 2012


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Beautiful needles. Another one of the fetishes we share -- knitting supplies! Way to go with procrastinating on the Hazel block!


The needles ARE beautiful and must add to the pleasure of their use!


You are just sooooo talented!!


Needles are great. You do beautiful work and I love that color yarn. But I have to ask...do you have ALL your tea leaves made? LOL


Loved seeing your post today. I'm still hoping that some day I will be able to knit like this. It sure seems like there is a learning curve for me.

I bought that same set of Knitter's Pride circulars at my LYS. Unfortunately, I'm not that good....yet.


That's going to be a beautiful shawl - when I'm ready I'm coming over to have you teach me to knit!

Linda in Calif.

So nice to have tools that make our projects even more fun!


Gotta have the right tool for the job or it will be no fun! What beautiful yarn! Looking forward to seeing the finished shawl.


I was hoping to see a finished pic of the shawl=) U definitely have more talent in your fingers than I do in my whole self!

Maggie Szafranski

When I was learning to knit socks on the circular needle, the firm twist of the loop was driving me crazy. I may have to check these out and get back to knitting!


Beautiful shawl. I like it with the fringe too. After reading this I ordered my first pair of bamboo needles. Look forward to trying them!


Nice! What a great set of needles - they're beautiful.


I'm going to check out those needles. And that pink yarn is just luscious!

So have you done a lot of knitting? I'm doing that "log cabin" afghan and when I joint all the blocks together (20, four across, five down) the instructions say to get lots of needles of the same size because the vertical sashing will be so long. I guess Joann's coupon would be the best bet? I hate buying multiples of one size but, oh well. The final product should be spectacular.

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