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Re: ball yarn or leave in skein
Posted by: JJKnitter (IP Logged)
Date: October 07, 2007 01:35PM

If it is a skein with an end sticking out, I start knitting otherwise I would wind into a ball. Lion Brand has "Pound of Love" (16 ounce) and you have to reach into the middle and pull out looking for the end to knit with which I think is a pain. I rather knit then wind balls of yarn but that is me!



Subject Written By Posted
  ball yarn or leave in skein lisagt 10/07/2007 12:42PM
  Re: ball yarn or leave in skein JJKnitter 10/07/2007 01:35PM
  Re: ball yarn or leave in skein Alex 10/07/2007 03:03PM
  pull thread - where is it???? GRAMMY5 09/01/2008 05:48PM
  Re: ball yarn or leave in skein Alex 09/02/2008 10:16AM


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