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  • Lace Blocking Wires

    $ 25.85

    Simply slip the wire through the edges of your lace project and place pins along the inside of the wires to hold them in place while the lace dries. If you have scalloped edges you will want to slip the wire through the outer edges of your scallops to emphasize them. Follow the same rules as pin or string blocking by measuring the radius of your finished piece as you adjust the wires. Set comes with 15 (34.5″/880mm long) straight wires (est. 15 gauge), 20 nickel-plated T-pins and blocking instructions. All wires are stainless steel and rust proof. The first time you use your blocking wires, wipe them with a soft cloth to remove manufacturing residue.

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  • Blocking Pins

    $ 6.45

    These rust resistant double pins can quickly pierce and firmly hold knit items while blocking. The grip of the double pin is bent for ease in handling. Packaged in a sturdy plastic case with slide out drawer. 35 pins per package.

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  • T-Pins

    $ 3.85

    Blocking your finished project infinitely improves its appearance. These nickel-plated steel T pins are rust resistant and 1.5″ long. Wet block that lace shawl with a scalloped edge with no worries! Each box contains 20 T pins.

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  • Knit Picks Options Cable Connectors

    $ 2.60

    Now your interchangeable cables have even more options! Use this cable connector to attach two cables together into an extra long cord! This is very useful for knitting wide afghans, shawls, or lengthwise scarves. There is a hole in the center of this cable connector, so you can tighten it with a key, the same way that you attach a cable to a needle tip. Each cable connector is 1.5 inches long, and you will receive 3 cable connectors and a key in each set.

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  • Nirvana Ebony Crochet Hook/Knitting Needle

    $ 14.40

    This handy tool combines a knitting needle on one end and a crochet hook on the other. Finely crafted from luxurious, ornamental and rare ebony wood, this tool is ideal for picking up stitches along an edge, picking up dropped stitches, tying on fringe, or using as a cable needle or even as a shawl pin. Every knitting bag should have one.

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  • Knitter’s Pride Black & Silver IC Cord & Connectors

    $ 4.25$ 4.50

    A single black and silver interchangeable needle cord by Knitter's Pride. Cord are available in different lengths depending on what you need to do with them. The 16″ length is specifically formatted to fit the special length sock knitting needles. A great addition to any gift set!

    • Resilient, flexible cords lay flat, with no kink or twist – easy to store
    • Smooth join – enables stitches to slide around needles effortless
    • Long threaded screw-in “join” insures that cord and needles stay connected
    • Tightening hole provided in the metal join for extra secure tightening
    • Specially designed “key” facilitates effortless tightening
    • End caps easily fit on cord and keeps knitting safe
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  • Knit Picks Knitting Cable Needles

    Cable Knitting Needles

    $ 2.00

    The technique for creating cabled sweaters is to move a set of stitches behind or in front of others to twist them around each other. These metal cable needles are designed to securely hold stitches out of the way while you move other stitches around them. The bulky needle (A) is perfect for the chunky yarns that are so popular. If you are using traditionally sized yarn, the center scoop needle (B) works well. The regular needle (C) hangs down taking up less room when you are working on socks or sleeves. Note: Colors may vary from what is pictured.

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  • Knit Picks Yarn Bobbins

    Knitting Yarn Bobbins

    $ 5.50$ 6.90

    Complicated intarsia can be a little easier when you use a yarn bobbin. Flip up the top of your yarn bobbin, and wind your yarn around the center of the spool. Then shut your bobbin, and the yarn in your bobbin is secured. These yarn bobbins can hang off the back of your intarsia project without unwinding. Choose from a small, medium, or large size.

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  • Knit Picks Yarn Ball Winder

    Yarn Ball Winder

    $ 26.75

    Transform hanks or skeins into compact center-pull balls that sit nicely while you knit. A clamp secures the ball winder to the table while you wind skeins up to 100 grams or 3.5 ounces. Best when used in tandem with a Yarn Swift. Note: The metal yarn guide arm comes folded against the ball winder for shipping. The guide arm needs to be moved and positioned opposite the winding handle for correct operation.

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  • Knit Picks Flexible Stitch Markers

    Flexible Stitch Markers

    $ 4.00

    These flexible rubber markers can be used to mark the beginning of a round or pattern repeats. Some knitters prefer the flexibility when slipping the markers with their needles. Our package comes with 10 markers to fit up to US size 8 and 20 markers to fit up to US size 11 and convenient storage pouch.

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  • Knitting Needle Coil Wraps

    Knitting Needle Coil Wraps

    $ 2.75

    Keep your needles together with these colorful flexible rubber coils. Easily contain a set of double-pointed needles for carefree storage. Use the Small set for US Needles Size 2-10, package of 5. Use the Large set for US Needle Sizes 10½-17, package of 3. Please note that colors may vary.

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  • Sale! Chibi Tapestry Needle with Bent Tip Set

    Clover Darning Needle Set

    $ 10.50 $ 8.65

    A darning needle set in a knitting needle shaped case. 3 needles in a set: two tapestry needles size no. 15, & one size no. 17.

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