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  1. There is a new dual guide ring that is adjustable and anatomical. It sits on the proximal phalange. It helps doing intarsia and tapestry colorwork. No dropping or cutting yarns. There are video tutorials on the technique to make reversible work. The website to learn more and links to buy is: craftyring.com
  2. I'm working on a Doris Chan shawl (Cocobay Wrap). Directions read as follows: “Carry the unused strand up the side, wrapping yarn at each end as you go”. What is the best way to do this? I know what she means by: carry up the side, but I suspect that "wrapping at each end" would help to eliminate the loose strand that would occur when carrying such a long distance. Thanks! Linda
  3. Although the currently popular name is "Knooking" - KNITTING with a Crochet Hook has been practiced for a long time. Given its current popularity and that it does seem to draw folks who crochet but would like to try knitting, Amy suggested I post a message here to see if there was sufficient interest. We also discussed where it might be placed - Since it is NOT Crochet, rather really is knitting, So, is this a topic you think needs it own section, Knit with Crochet Hook(s) And where would you place it? If I ruled the universe, and clearly I do not, it would be part of the special Knitting Interest section, but feel free to disagree. Enjoy The Making Wheat
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