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Sunday, February 19, 2006


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What's the name of the sock book? That sounds really interesting (and complex) and I think I want to try it. You'd think I'd wait to see pictures and to see how you are doing, but no. The pressure of all the sock yarn in my closet must be getting to me.


Wow, you must have a lot of fleece! Toe up AND two circulars in the same pattern intrigue me, probably because I've never tried either one. =)
My sister is making Rogue and I think I might too. It's an awesome pattern.


So does the cost of this class include a set of DPNs and sock yarn too? How do you help someone decide what size of DPNs to use? Do you keep a supply in the class area for them to try out and decide what works best for them?


I bought the book and I think I need a class to decipher it all. Dang it. I wish there weren't 3000 miles from here to there!

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