November 9, 2006
This week's tutorial will revolutionize the way you look at the tools in your garage. That's because Rosemary Thomas shows how you can turn plain old nylon weed-whacker cord, a dowel, some glue, and plumber's tape into your very own custom-made wooden circular knitting needles. See it in action.
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This weekend I'll be off at our fifth-annual Knitter's Review Retreat in New York's Hudson River Valley. I promise a full report next week.
Happy knitting, and I'll see you in the forums!
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