April 12, 2001
Traveling is always fun, especially from the comfort of your own home.
The Straight Road
This week we board our air-conditioned motorcoach for a journey deep into the heart of straight, single-pointed needle territory. We'll travel to Australia, New Zealand, India, Japan, Germany, and the United States.
Along the way, we'll see bamboo, birch, plastic, aluminum, ebony, and rosewood needles. If we're truly lucky, we might even spot a pair of rare, purple-billed Swallow casein needles!
If you'd like to bring back souvenirs from our travels, Patternworks continues its generous 10% discount on all knitting needles -- an exclusive just for Knitter's Review readers.
To get your discount, simply mention code WKR2 when placing your order online or over the phone (at 800-438-5464), and you'll be given the discount. The offer ends May 3, 2001.
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New This Week...
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The Pros and Cons of Straght Needles
Despite the popularity of circular needles,
single-pointed straight needles have a loyal
audience. We explore their ins and outs and
share some creative ideas for using old needles you've retired from service.|
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Single-Pointed Straight Needles
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popular single-pointed straight needles, sorted
by material. This is a work in progress, so stay
tuned as we continue to add more needles to
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