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Topic: Broken sock needle turns into doll-sized knitting needles  (Read 381 times)
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ImAKite
« on: June 30, 2005 12:23:52 PM »

What do you do with a broken sock needle?

After you're done crying about this:


Saw the ends off the broken chunks so they're the same length, file smooth, and glue on beads.


Doll-sized knitting needles!  They're going in the mail to my doll-making aunt after the glue finishes drying.
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