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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Hemlock Ring progress

Hemlock Ring- in progress of bind off! This has been a fast an lovely knit!
You can find my project "stat's" and pattern links here.
The flickr grid above should be clickable to the individual pics.
I snuck in a pic of what arrived at my house yesterday- the new Knitpicks Harmony needles-
I'll post a full review later- but suffice to say that:
1) they are beautiful
2) they are smoother than almost every other wood needles I've bought.
3) the price-point is great especially when compared to the few other makers of laminated wood needles.
4) points are sharp
5) they will match every project I work on...yet have enough contrast to clearly see even black or similar dark yarns.
6) did I already say they are smooooooooth and pretty????????
ravelry users- don't forget- I'm at soltrcy;)

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