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Stranded on Sleeve Island

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Knitters speak of being stranded on Sleeve Island. As the host of Sal & Al: The Woolslayers explains: Being on Sleeve Island is the feeling you get when you think you’re almost finished with a sweater because you’ve completed the part that goes over the torso. Then you realize that, actually, the sleeves themselves will also require a whole lot more knitting. This is part of a complete episode.

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