Only if you have two of them, a lot of yarn, a lot of time and you're extraordinarily skilled at knitting.
The original Blackwing 602 was the preferred writing implement of many famous writers (including John Steinbeck, though after the debunking of Travels With Charley, that might be a mixed blessing). The last one rolled -- well, slid, the special eraser ferrule prevents rolling -- off the line in 1998. Cal Cedar bought the machinery and brought them back as the "Blackwing" in 2010, took some heat over the differences, and added the closer-to-original "Blacking 602" last year.
They're not cheap, $20 a dozen. On the other hand, most pencils sold these days are lousy, splintery things with reconstituted or synthetic "wood" and the lead's nothing to write home with, either. So I splurged.
Gee. They're nice. And the old motto actually means something -- "Half the pressure, twice the speed." You do go skimming right along. Here are my notes (Copyright 2012, all rights reserved) for the vignette "Mo," over at I Work On A Starship, written in real-time while observing one of the people on whom the character is based: