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Re: Knitting wrist warmers? I found...
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: January 23, 2009 09:10AM

Keep in mind that the needle size is always just a suggestion based on common tensions.

By the way, I suppose everybody took note (no pun intended) of how handy (no pun intended) those little garments can be if you are suddenly pressed into service to play the piano outside on a cold day for a Presidential inauguration!



Subject Written By Posted
  Knitting wrist warmers? I found... clover04750 01/23/2009 01:18AM
  Re: Knitting wrist warmers? I found... Alex 01/23/2009 09:10AM
  Re: Knitting wrist warmers? I found... Sally J 01/23/2009 06:07PM
  Re: Knitting wrist warmers? I found... knittingmom 01/23/2009 06:27PM
  Re: Knitting wrist warmers? I found... Mrs. K 01/23/2009 08:38PM
  Re: im a glove wuss clover04750 01/24/2009 02:04AM


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