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May 05, 2008

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DennisM

Great to hear your comments about the Socks for Soldiers. I too am knitting socks for soldiers. It doesn't take much,with all they do for others, we can give back to our soldiers that are away from home and in harms way.

Lisa

I carry my soldier socks with me everywhere and I always have at least one pair on the needles. I'm so glad I found the S4S group and I just wish I could knit faster!

Thanks for knitting and thanks for helping get the word out! :)

Gin

I love the Options needles I got last year... Recently one of them separated at the cable/point join, I am so disappointed. However, that didn't stop me from ordering several more today. I just wish I knew whether it is possible to fix the needle somehow. Any help would be welcome.

By the way, I knit Socks for Soldiers too.

Gin

vickig

kelley,
looking at those socks brings up the question of how/where you join yarn for a man's sock. i'm working on a pair for my fil and am almost at the end of the first skein. do you have any advice for me? i don't want an uncomfortable "bump" in the sock. thanks,
vicki

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