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Sally Countryman
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USA
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Posted - 10/21/2002 :  7:02:50 PM  Show Profile Send Sally Countryman a Private Message
Looking for suggestions in storing and marking size of circular needles. Do any of you have any good ideas?

BLN3320
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Posted - 10/21/2002 :  8:05:31 PM  Show Profile Send BLN3320 a Private Message
Hi, Sally: Boy do I have an item for you. Its called the "Circular Solution" which is a piece of canvas with a velcro strip you hang over a wire hanger and this piece of canvas hangs down and has needle sizes in US as well as metric sizes. It is hard to describe but you slip the needles though the proper size place and they don't get twisted and they are right there when you need them. Look in the Herrschner's catalogue and in a place they have for you to search for an item type in "Circular Solution" and it should come up. I got mine a couple of years ago at the Stitches event in Oakland. I also bought one for Eugene's niece and she loves it as do I. Its the greatest thing since sliced bread. It might also be in the Wool Connection and Mary Maxim catalogues but I didn't get a chance to check. Check Woodland Woolworks as well as Rams Wool (or is it Ram) in Canada. Check out the different places--you would be amazed at the difference in prices. Hope this helps you Sally. Beverley

Bev
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