This package arrived last week, courtesy of the lovely Helen of Troy from Golden Apples. The project bag, which looks handmade, is just the right size for a small shawl or pair of socks, and has a nifty notions bag filled with useful goodies (folding scissors, tape measure, yarn needle, stitch markers) and important luxuries (hand cream, knitting ewe rubber stamp).
The yarn and needles also came in the package. I already had some Inox dpns in size 2, but they are teflon coated aluminum (slippery!) and very frustrating to use. My family is used to the "ting . . . dang!" sound when they fall out of my knitting.
These bamboo needles arrived just in time! I'm about to start a secret project which will make good use of these. I'm very excited about it. Perhaps I'll sneak some more details in as time goes on.
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