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Apr 22, 2012 18:25:48   #
chickkie
 
Vintage item, sorry, no instructions but I have found a site on line that has detailed instructions. http://marniemaclean.com/words/htmls/ktel/ktel_basic.html

2 knitters, fine and bulky. $10 includes shipping from Canada. USPS domestic (green) money order for US addresses. Canadian addresses contact me for payment options. NO PayPal

Irene Tomchick


 
Apr 22, 2012 20:17:24   #
diamondbelle (a regular here)
 
I've never seen this before, but it looks like the precurser to the Knook.
Apr 22, 2012 20:27:06   #
Grandma Jan
 
Oh, my gosh! I just got one of those in a box of "stuff" from an estate sale and haven't had time to post it yet so that I could ask what it was. So glad to see this - thanks for the info!
Apr 23, 2012 08:36:15   #
twinsmompat
 
I would like to buy these. Please contact me. Thanks!
Apr 23, 2012 10:13:32   #
Paula Plant
 
Hi
I have 4 of these and a book and another paper with instructions . There like a punch needle and takes up alot of yarn but I use them for other projects . Never know when you need something to do a project.
Apr 23, 2012 11:00:07   #
chickkie
 
These have now been spoken for
 
Apr 27, 2012 22:08:38   #
CaroleJS
 
OH MY GOSH! ! ! ! I have those. I bought those before I started knitting and crocheting. I bought those I think in the late 70's or Very early 80's.

HOW FUNNY! ! !

You adjust the red things to adjust for your stitch size. The loops at the bottom are obviously to run the yarn through as a yarn guide. I do not know if I still have the instructions or not. I have them in my embroidery basket.

BLOWS MY MIND! ! ! (What is left of it.)
 
          
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