Knitter's Pride Marblz Fixed Circular Needles 40"

$12.09 Each

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Knitter's Pride Marblz Fixed Circular Needles 40" are total eye candy! Gorgeous, strong, colorful, patterned, acrylic needles with the same pointy tips, smooth joins and a special, smoother surface than you would normally find in regular glossy acrylic needles. Acrylic is hand-mixed, creating patterns that are unique to each needle!  

 

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2.7

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2.0

Broke on first project

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from Colorado

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Comments about true Marblz Fixed Circular Needles 40"":

The cable separated from the needle after only a few hours working on the first project.

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4.0

great needles!

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from Norfolk, Virginia

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Pros

  • again.
  • and the yarn will not slip off these needles
  • decreasing from 576 to 288 stitches and back up
  • I am knitting with a mohair and silk blend
  • I love the color coded sizes

Cons

    Best Uses

    • needles and might catch on wooden ones
    • with yarn that would slip too easily on metal

    Comments about true Marblz Fixed Circular Needles 40"":

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    2.0

    Loved them until they broke

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    from Wisconsin

    Comments about true Marblz Fixed Circular Needles 40"":

    I loved knitting with these needles. They were smooth yet they gripped the yarn and weren't overly slippy. My problem was I broke two of them. I stepped on the first one so that one is on me. The second one broke when I was knitting. I wasn't knitting aggressively--it just cracked where the needle met the metal. Sadly, they didn't work for me.

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