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February 23, 2005

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dawn

Poor you! Now you can get out the extra-chunky yarn and knit a new one hour hat & scarf set. My needles bend like this too (and break) - the pressure of sock knitting!
Hope your heatings sorted - we have manky storage heaters, and a draughty door, so there's a constant icy breeze through the flat!
Dawn

alison

Good to know that real length retro ribs take 3 skeins of Koigu to complete. Lucky for me my sock pal likes shorter socks.

Sorry to hear about the loss of your hand knits. At least you've got a sense of humor about it. You made 'em once, you can make 'em again, right? Or maybe you'll just see them again on the head and neck of some fellow travellers one day. ;0)

patti

I'm so sorry about your hat and scarf! Is it possible to get the scarf back, since it was in a class? I hope so!

I bend my DPNs too, but I don't know why or how. It doesn't happen to all of them either, usually 1 or 2. ? I think I will just blame it on the boys here. Yes, someone must've stepped on them!

tania

Oh my gosh! If you *ever* figure out why one dpn bends, please let me know! Mine do the exact same thing!! My Crystal palace dpns don't bend as much as the clover brand does. It weirds me out and I'll try to turn it while I'm knitting to try to 'even' it out, to no avail... ^_^

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