Knitter's Pride Marblz Special Interchangeable Circular Needle Tips
The Knitter's Pride Marblz Special Interchangeable Circular Needle Tips are 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. The acrylic is hand-mixed, creating patterns that are unique to each needle! They're color coded by size making it easy to identify and organize your needle pairs. These special tips are shorter than the standard tips, especially designed to produce circulars in 16” lengths when combined with the 16" cable. Tips are 3.5" long. It's best to tighten your needles by holding the base. Click here to see how it's done.
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- Attractive Appearance
- Color Coded By Size
- Easy to use
- Less Hand Fatigue
- Less Hand Pain
- Made well
- Sharp points
- Slippery Surfaces
- Yarn Slides Easily
- None yet
- People With Sore Hands
- People With Tired Hands
- Yarn That "grips"
Comments about Knitting > Knitting Needles Marblz Special Interchangeable Circular Needle Tips:
I generally use Knitters Pride Karbonz, but some yarns are more difficult to use with those because they "grip" or "stick to" the needles more than other yarns and cause my hands to tire and hurt more. The Marblz are great for this type of yarn because they have a slipperier surface, so there's not as much friction and the yarn slides more easily. I've noticed a significant decrease in pain and fatigue in my hands since I've switched to using the Marblz with yarn that grips.
Other advantages of the Marblz are: They have sharper points than the Karbonz, which makes them easier to use. Also, each size of the Marblz is a different color, so it's much easier to identify the size you're looking for. And most of them are lighter and brighter colored than the black Karbonz, so dark colored yarn is much easier to see on them.
I have also found them to be very sturdy. I was concerned that acrylic needles would break easily, but none of mine have broken, cracked, or chipped.
Overall, I highly recommed these.