Knitter's Review
October 13, 2005

nature as reflected in yarn Circular needles are the problem children of the knitting world. No matter what you do, they end up in massive tangles with their mates.

It can get even more frustrating. The sizes aren't marked consistently and often rub off with use. To find the needle you want, you have to untangle the whole mess and put each needle through a sizer to figure out its size.

Nancy Shroyer has come up with handy little plastic devices to speed the untangling. They're called Circular Needle ID Tags, and I review them this week.


In the Boutique: More Holiday Hopefuls
How heartwarming to see that you like our holiday cards! We have five knitting-themed images plus three traditional cards that depict winter scenes near my New England home.

In the Forums: Cold-Weather Worries
With the return of cold weather, some of us have been hit with a realization that we have too many things to clad in wool, and not enough time to do it. Do your knitting fingers get twitchy when the cold weather comes?

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As always, I thank you for your readership and support. Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums,

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