(((((( I liked it, too, Pam and the thread was discussed last week or so, too.
If I remember different life-line tools discussed, I think it goes something like this:
Yarn; contrasting color (don't work it into stitches, though.)
Cable interchangeable cords not in use
*** I'm wondering if using a circular needle a little
smaller in diameter than the pattern needle
size and with a LONG ENOUGH cable would
work. Picking up off needle tips would then be
easy. This may have been discussed.
Fishing line; 50 lb test (I might had been just thinking
out loud, though! LOL!!
Baler twine; Not! LOL!! This is my addition at this point.
*** We generate tons of baler twine here on the acreage
off square/retangular bales. One day, I tried to cro-
chet with some. It's doable but annoying! LOL!!
** Round bales come with sleeving made with
a petroleum product, I believe. I'm wondering
how to make into plarn. I'd have to call it
barn? LOL!! Barn it first, make something
next then WASH it! LOL!
I forget what other lifeline systems were discussed.
Tammy and Mary- thanks for the lifeline info. I have never heard of this before and think its a GREAT idea! I love learning new useful tricks of the trade!