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I'm thinking of improving my knitting prowess by cutting my needles in two and welding additional metal in to make them longer. Will this be safe, or will they explode in a huge molten fireball killing everyone in the vicinity and leaving the earth beneath uninhabitable for millions of years when I try some MacramÈ with them?

Also, if I use less wool than is recommended to cover a given area (for, say, a scarf or boots for a baby), thus subjecting it to more load than is normal, am I running a risk of triggering a global thermonuclear winter?
 

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DarrenW said:
Also, if I use less wool than is recommended to cover a given area (for, say, a scarf or boots for a baby), thus subjecting it to more load than is normal, am I running a risk of triggering a global thermonuclear winter?
No, but you will have an increased risk of 'dropping a stitch' As much as this is not life threatening to the dropper, the constant irritation caused may result in someone else being used a needle cushion!
 
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