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i didn't try yet, but i want to try someday soon, because it looks much easier to carry around everywhere with me (to doctor's office, etc.)where time is waisting beyond control !
 

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I tried it and as I can knit and crochet there didn't seem to be much point in going any farther with it. I passed it on to a crocheter who can't knit as it seems that is what knooking is meant for.
 

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fatkitty said:
I tried it too, but I think it would only be useful if you only had a hook and wanted to knit something. It seemed a bit pointless otherwise. May just be me though.
That's what I thought....why would anyone want to use it if they can already knit crochet or both..
 

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I bought a set because I love knitting & crochet gadgets. Not fond of it though...slower than knitting or crocheting and seems to be a long way around things. But fun to try out. I'll stick to the traditional after all. I will probably donate to a kid's group.
 
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