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Re: KniftyKinitting
Posted by: 23clrisc (IP Logged)
Date: February 04, 2009 05:23PM

It's not the yarn on the pegs, I cannot unravel the work that I have completed.For some reason the yarn stitches could be knotted I think because it is thick yarn, It doesn't look it though . Yes and I did split the yarn in some places and it is not comming apart with a firm tug. Could you tell what else I could do to unravel it.



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  KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/03/2009 09:54PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting KT 02/04/2009 11:03AM
  Re: KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/04/2009 05:23PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting KT 02/04/2009 07:13PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/07/2009 10:29PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting Sally J 02/08/2009 04:02PM
  Re: KniftyKinitting 23clrisc 02/16/2009 09:31PM


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