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Knitter's Review
December 11, 2008
Click needle tips

Buying an interchangeable knitting needle set is like investing in a good set of pots and pans. It takes a sizable up-front investment and usually includes a few needle sizes you don't think you'll ever use. But once you have it, you're set for life.

Addi Turbo has long been the All-Clad of the circular knitting needle world, and the company is now making its foray into the interchangeable needle market. Here's a closer look at the much-anticipated Addi Click interchangeables.

Hooray for Heifer!
For the seventh year in a row, we're holding a year-end Knitter's Review fundraiser for Heifer International. If you find yourself in a position of even modest abundance this year, I encourage you to contribute to this worthy cause.

In the Forum: Washing Big Projects?
What's the best way to wash those really big projects like afghans and rugs? Jackie has just finished the Kiki Mariko Rug from the new Mason-Dixon book and needs our help.

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Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the Forums!
Clara Parkes

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