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1  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Digestive System Knitalong: Part Four, Duodenum of Doom. on: November 21, 2005 05:30:24 AM
I love the knitted digestive system.  I wish I would have had one while I was in nursing school oh so long ago.  Any way I am going to try and make one for work.  I think it will work great for teaching our patients! 
I am a little confused on the small intestine. Huh  How do I knit using 2dpn? I tried to cheat and put my stitches on 2 dpn (with the 3rd free) while knitting socks.  It didn't work. I couldn't get my fingers where they needed to go.  A dpn was always in the way. The sock had a 64 stitch hole. I can't fathom a 6 stitch hole being easier. I haven't tried it yet, but keep seeing  myself struggling for 21 feet trying to make a tubish intestine.
My grandma always says "don't get your bowels in a flutter" (when we are having a spaz).  While I think my bowels will be a flutter if I try to knit them on 2 dpns. Am I over reacting?  akcolon
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