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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

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Bet

I like it--it actually looks like the same (or almost the same) as one of the patterns in Mason Dixon.

You won't have any trouble with the circular needles--you won't be actually knitting in the round. You'll just use circulars so you can get all the stitches on. You'll be knitting back and forth just as you usually do.

Leslie

Deb, you can also send blankets to Sudan through Voice of the Martyrs. The blankets are very much needed there too.
Check it out at www.persecution.com

Tammy

I saw a pattern just for me-single chain stitch.I may have to get the crochet hook out and see what happens.

Deb

Leslie, thanks for that link. Hannah had told me she thought there was a Christian organization's link she had read someplace that were accepting blankets. But just couldn't find it!

Tammy, I'm sure you could do it. Let me know!

Bet, thanks for the info. I'm going to give it a shot on the circulars.

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