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Sunday, August 27, 2006


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Other lighted needles? Hmm. I didn't even know they existed, let alone several different kinds.

Virginia P

D, where did you find those lighted needles???? I've got to have a set!!

Loved the monkey gown photo!



I've been looking at those needles and other similar ones for awhile now. I think you've convinced me they're my next 'must have'!!


What an ingenious way of using these needles! I have dark grey and black fingering yarns for lace knitting, and I was dreading on having to work on them at night. Thanks!


we just got those in at work. I haven't got to crack them open yet, but I'm sure I'll be doing a demo with them, them I can decide if I want them or not :)


Wow! They look so cool in the photos. I believe we should buy anything that helps to keep us knitting. Isn't it wonderful all the aids we have. And those needles really are super cool!

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