Fun fact: Anyone who says you need to buy a cable needle is lying to you. Embrace chaotic knitting. And being cheap.
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Y’ALL. Get ready to be stoked about the worlds smallest accomplishment. I, a lifelong crocheter/knitting envy-er, knitted this mitten cuff with double pointed needles. DOUBLE POINTED NEEDLES. I can do ANYTHING.
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In case you didn't know, this is how knitting needles work (according to AliExpress)
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I knew I’d use these knitting needles someday
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Monday mood: knitting needle snapped while I was using it.
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My father-in-law gave me a bag of his mum's knitting needles.
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First provisional cast on, 3 needle bind off, and knitting on the bias!
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Couldn't afford a Noble Collection wand, so I decided to make one. Made with knitting needles and epoxy putty, sculpted and painted by me. The hard work made it more special, and I'm beyond happy. reddit.com/gallery/ik44d4
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Sigh. Fell off the wagon. Michaels back to school (teachers) stuff was 90% off so.... damage is $20, including $8 for knitting needles I’d been meaning to buy for a while.

See title.

I’m $93 over budget this month. Plus $20 for a tank of gas today. That’s not too bad i guess. Still under my average monthly spend, just last month I had insurance due and dental. So... I mean, I guess $20 isn’t the end of the world. Hey, at least it’s stuff I can use (erasers, pens, decorations, chalkboards, clipboards, hanging organizers). I had planned on 2 organizers and the needles, but then the register told me the section is on clearance. So... I basically got $110 worth of stuff for $11, when I expected to pay $5 for $11 value of that. Truth be told, I’d have paid full retail value (less 20% coupon) for the2 orignal organizers - one I had been looking for already at a $5 price point cutoff.

As for the knitting needles...I mean, unfinished projects is kinda my jam. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…

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[WIP] Knitting for the first time in 15 years and I couldn't resist starting with an oversized sweater using super chunky alpaca wool and 2cm thick needles!
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I heard we were doing chaotic knitting? Here’s the needle I whittled while camping when I realized I forgot my β€œcable” needle (a dpn) - picture from after I returned.
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My latest sweater, finished just in time for cold weather🌟 Fastest sweater I've made yet, knitting lace on 10mm needles was super fun!
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Was practicing on my circular needles, no pattern and didn't count the stitches and just kept knitting...came out enormous,lol. Used Kartopu wool blend, very soft.
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After 14 years of knitting scarves, finally knit my first hat! Circular needles aren’t so scary after all
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Interchangeable knitting needle set - recommendations?

Hello Knitters!

Does anyone have recommendations for brands/stores to consider when buying a set of interchangeable knitting needles? Ideally I could get it online, and my preference is for aluminum (or another sleek material). While I love the aesthetic of wood/bamboo needles, I'm a tight knitter and the yarn just slides better on the metal-type needles.

I love the idea of having a 'one-and-done' solution for needles, as I don't like the hassle of tracking down the right size needles, and I like that with circulars, I wouldn't have to worry about stitches coming off the needles.

What do you think? I'm a beginner, so any thoughts, advice and recommendations would be greatly appreciated!

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Cronch the knitting needle teefies
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[Thanks] u/stopitlaura for the Art, Stickers, Knitting Needles and Kind Words.
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Bistichtual benefit! Knitting bind off using a crochet needle πŸ‘
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How do you organize your knitting needles?

I have eighteen pairs of wooden needles in varying sizes that I got as a set. They all came in elongated individual plastic bags, but some of them have ripped or gotten lost. Is there an easy way to organize needles by pairs or do you just store them all together and then sort through every one to find the other half?

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My machine hack so that I can use 5000m spools. It's a large knitting needle with the end cut off zip tied to my second spool holder. It works great. πŸ˜ƒ
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My local knitting shop is giving me a free set of Lykke needles if I knit a shawl to display in their store with the yarn they provided! reddit.com/gallery/id2cul
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New here, not to danger knitting, as I call "kitting". Here's my Finn, asleep with one paw on my tool box, ensuring I cant grab some needles I need. 13/10 is still a good boy.
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EL tries to steal/RIP my blanket, so I hit her in the head with my knitting needles.

Also forgot to add I was 22 at the time.

So this happened just before Christmas when I was making some chunky blankets for my grandparents and my boyfriends parents as gifts. And I was using a technique called hand knitting (you use your hands as needles instead) but because I want to make a decent size blanket I dont have enough arm to make it so I had to use big knitting needles. But these are like the hollow plastic ones you can get at Michael's not the wooden ones.

So around the beginning of december I was just about to finish the first blanket and havent started the second one (I had to do a lot of trial and error with the first one) so I was crunch for time so I was starting to bring this blanket with me when I go out because I wanted to get it done.

So I had gone to the grocery store with my mom and I knew she was going to be a while but I didnt want to wait in the car. So I went inside with her and sat on the bench at the front and knit.

After about 20 minutes ( a few rows that had to be unravel) a woman came up to me and started conversation with me. At this time I was familiar with entitled people (thx reddit) so I was a little weary. This woman looked to be in her 50s and wearing a very floofy looking winter coat that looks more to show then to actually protect from the cold. (Btw this is canada winter). She asked me what I was making and such etc. When she asked me if I was selling the blankets and wants to buy the one that I was making at that moment. Before i could say no she started to go grab my blanket. I pulled back and immediately got up and told her no I wasnt selling and no she couldn't have this one and putting away my blanket.

She started to scream at me, accusing me of stealing her blanket and actually succeeded to grab my blanket and started to pull. Luckily I was still holding onto the needle that had my current row on. Let me just say that her pulling on my blanket didnt do that much damage and it just tighten the loops within the blanket and just stretched it but I was mad , overwhelmed, and anxious that this woman was trying to take the blanket that I was knitting for my grandparents. So as I was yelling at this woman to let go of my blanket and during my overwhelmingly situation. And she was starting to get physical by pushing and slapping me so in retort, I grabbed the free needle and whacked her hard on the side of her head with the bottom of the needle (not the pointy part). And in result she let's go of the blanket

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Circular Knitting Needles made with left over Bowden tubing and printed parts
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I started circular knitting last year, but I can't seem to figure out to stop this laddering on my first stitch of each needle. No matter what I try, I still always end up with it. Any help is appreciated to stop it. imgur.com/mVDmdd5
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Stranded knitting swatch help. This was my first shot at stranded knitting for a sweater I want to make. How can I keep my tension better? My floats end up really tight even when I spread the stiches out on the right needle
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Knitting needle sizes

Hello all, just a thought that crossed my mind. I was thinking about buying an old knitted jumper from a charity shop and unpicking it for some yarn. My question is how would I tell what needles to use in order to get the correct guage for the yarn?

Many thanks for any advice you can give!

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any Columbus based yarn & needles arts (crochet, knitting, embroidery etc.) groups geared towards younger people?

Hi everyone!

Per the title, I was just curious if there are any yarn/needle arts groups/clubs/meetups geared towards younger people in Columbus. I would love to join a local group where we could talk about what we’re working on or just chat in general, but ideally I’d like members to be somewhat like me (around 20s/young processionals age). Nothing wrong with a more diverse group but I definitely wouldn’t mind doing something like going to a bar with members after meetings (post-COVID, of course).

If there’s something like this that already exists, please let me know! If not, and people would be interested, also let me know and maybe we can set something up. At least for the time being I’m sure zoom could work well.

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Finally made myself a knitting needle case! reddit.com/gallery/iwdi19
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Knitting needles?

It seems the littlest things are the ones that are the hardest to find - I'm looking for a European (preferably UK) manufacturer of knitting needles. Does anyone have any hints?

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Betrayed by knitwear! Fat end of the needle somehow worked its way into the sweater I’m wearing so when I pulled the work away, the work went but the needle stayed! Moral of this story: don’t wear one sweater while knitting another, they get jealous. reddit.com/gallery/iun2xk
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Apparently my happy place is "knitting with light fingering yarn on 3.5mm needles"
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My tendonitis healed and I was finally able to switch on my β€œpurl machine” again to do some knitting needle tests! v.redd.it/uauxsm08tzd51
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Treated myself to some new bamboo knitting needles yesterday and this was one of the few results from knitting with them.
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i made circular knitting needles from squared walnut dowels and a double bass string
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Looking for any tips/suggestions for cables - my last stitch on my cable in the cable row is longer / looser than the others. I've tried the clockwise purl for the stitch after, knitting tightly, and using only the tips of the needles with no success. Am I doing something wrong?
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The last stitch I knit is always very loose. The slip knot on the needle when casting on isn’t too loose, still it ends up like this after knitting the first row. Can anyone help me?
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Knitting needle size wearing off needles, help?

I was thinking of painting my bamboo needles with clear nail polish to try and keep the size from rubbing off. Thoughts? Would this work?

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I cut the ends off of a wine cork to use as knitting needle stitch stoppers. Also, I’m currently knitting with some yarn I reclaimed by unraveling a thrifted sweater :)
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Hi! Newbie here! I have just started knitting my first scarf thingy, and I noticed that the string between each needle is getting longer with every stitch I move over, is this normal??
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Anyone interested in a box full of yarn and some knitting needles, and little tidbits?
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Looking for an easy hat pattern that doesn't require circular knitting needles

Does anyone know one where I can use straight needles? total beginner here! thank you so much :)

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Today I attempted the knitting witchcraft that is using a provisional cast on to make a seamless doubled over brim of a beanie. As a newer knitter this feels like a crazy amount of needles in use at one time. O.o
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After knitting for twenty years, I have finally achieved a knitting goal: owning all the sizes of single point knitting needles!
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Interchangeable circular knitting needles

You know the ones, the expensive sets of needles of different sizes and interchangeable cords of different lengths. Every time I need a set of circular needles I consider them for a bit, before deciding I don't have the money to spare right now, and just buy the ones I need. My question is, are they worth it? By now I've got quite the collection of circular needles in different sizes and lengths, so it seems unnecessary, but then I start a new project and end up spending $10 on a new set of circulars I don't have, or buying a bargain set on amazon of 8 or 10 different sizes in the same length. Is it worth replacing my collection with the interchangeable ones? Or by now is it better to continue to buy them as I need them?

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Australian knitters: knitting needle size question

Hello,
I work in a public hospital in Melbourne Australia, as a leisure therapist. I admit my knitting knowledge is non-existent. I need a little help with knitting needles.

In the past I have just shown the resource box to patients and they took what they needed (it's run out). I have a patient asking for size 8 and size 10 needles. I've checked the spotlight website and I see sizes are in millimetres. So I looked up the sizing charts, but there are US and British sizes which are both very different.

My question is, in Australia, do we use the British size needles or the US ones (when someone refers to size 10)? I'm guessing it's the British sizes - Just want to confirm before buying.

I am so grateful for any answers/advice - Thank you!!

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New addition to the fall closet (test try before sewing in the threads)! Little Miranda likes to chew my knitting needles while I knit
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[WIP] Back panel for the cardigan I'm knitting fresh off the needles! (Mug for scale and please ignore the multitude of mistakes)
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HELP! First time knitting and I'm trying to make a beanie and it's getting tough to make a knit stitch because it's too tight to get the needle in the loop. Can I salvage this?
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Suggestions of where to find custom knitting needles? (or gauge fixes)

Do people know where to find knitting needles in between 2mm and 1.75mm? Straight or circular.... Or how to fix my gauge =) I'm based in the US.

Background:

I've invested too much time and yarn into this project to quit. I was hopeful that this sweater -- my first sweater knit as an adult-- would be the one I would actually wear. It was so unobtrusive -- no wacky colors-- that I hoped to wear it with everything. It's painful to have it on time out.

I started knitting it this January, with lace-weight yarn on size 2mm stainless circulars bottom up, winging it. And it fit me, until I stopped working in the round at the armpits and started working flat to do the upper back. When working flat, my gauge changed and it became noticeably looser. Unfortunately my gauge is too tight on the next needle down.

So, anyone have suggestions? (Other than don't make up a pattern when using lace-weight yarn=) I'm learning here and oh is it painful.

Too small upper back at the new gauge.

https://preview.redd.it/x1t0aijf41n51.jpg?width=4032&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1e01e470fb8f204eb4742d4a6d79083100077197

Already Attempted Fixes:

  1. I tried alternating 2mm and 1.75 mm stainless needles for right and wrong sides of the fabric, but that just led to rowing out. I frogged it.

Apologies for the bad pic showing the now too small upper back.

  1. I switched to 1.75mm stainless needles and began knitting again (See attached pictures). But now the gauge is too tight, making the upper back too small. The fabric feels a little stiffer, but not obnoxiously so. If I leave it, I will be unable to add the finished cap sleeves, and, more importantly, unable to wear a bra with it. (I've tried wearing the top without a bra -- the top shows everything. I can't wear this top braless.)

  2. I grafted additional stitches on each side at the armpits using 1.75mm stainless needles, which half worked, but I was optimistic and added too few stitches to each side. I frogged the grafted stitches.

I'm hypothesizing that if I graft enough stitches to each side of the back, beginning at the armpits, to cover my bra straps, it'll look weird b/c there will be extra rib columns that will appear from nowhere.

*I thi

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Unplanned steeking, cause I switched to wrong size needles when knitting the shoulder and neck...it was fine and fun:)
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[Thanks] to u/ssmith71608 for the knitting needles!
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I’ve been hating how disorganized my knitting needles are (I use a plastic case, but circular needles are messy and the retail bags too wide. I present: pretzel bags, narrow and tidy. Old hat for most, but may help one poor soul out there
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"She's not knitting with both needles these days.."

Best line I've heard so far in MSW.

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I wanted to learn to knit but I don’t have any knitting needles...
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Portuguese knitting needles

Hello friends,

I knit Portuguese style, and for this technique traditionally specific dpns are used, which have a needle tip and a hooked tip like this. Unfortunately that etsy link is the only vendor I was able to find that sells this type of needles, and they're quite expensive (between the price and the shipping it would be more than 30 € for a single 5 needles set).

I'd rather not spend that much money on something that I may or may not like (to be perfectly clear, I can use regular dpns, but with how the yarn is held in Portuguese knitting it's quite fiddly).

So I ask you, does anyone knows where to buy something like this?

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Kerapac has taken up knitting after running off with the Needle
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Anybody wanna exchange? Knitting looms, assorted needles and yarn for other craft supplies or completed crafts. Leave a comment. :)
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[TOMT][MOVIE] i can’t remember too many details but i remember that there’s is this guy and he likes to knit and he has two friends with him and they go off to slay a dragon (maybe dinosaur) made of bone and the main character kills the dragon by stabbing it in the eyes with is knitting needles

please i need to know if this is an actual movie or some fucked up fever dream i had as a kid

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Metal knitting needles on planes?

I'm flying southwest tomorrow, and just want to make sure if I bring my bag of chiaogoo metal knitting needles with me they won't get confiscated? Tsa says they "reccomend" wood ones but just wanted to check in with you all!

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Many old red t shirts, some fleece scraps, and an old sheet knitted/crocheted into this rug by me! I even repurposed some old plastic tubing as the knitting needles
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Dovercourt Cardigan, fresh off the needles. I saw someone on here a while back make it and I just had to. It was tedious and I’m never knitting a sweater in pieces ever again, but now that it’s done, I love it!
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I just finished knitting a menstrual cup/disc pouch for my Ziggy! Crochet thread and size 1 US knitting needles, and I braided the drawstring.
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Does anyone else have an intense aversion to circular knitting needles?

I hate them, I’d rather do everything with straight needles. I can’t seem to work with circular needles. My stitches get tangle and crooked and I can’t do much about it.

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The Parallelogram Stitch Pattern. Would this be ok to use with double knitting in circular needles? studioknitsf.com/parallel…
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100+ knitting/crochet needles to destash

How do I best destash knitting and crochet needles I HAVE HUNDREDS, inherited from my grandma and how do I price them ?

I tried doing a grab bag of 40+ items for $30 on the Facebook destash groups but no luck

Any ideas or is this a lost cause and should I just donate ? I have knitting needles, Afghan hooks, circle knitting needles so so many and majority all new !

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Knitting needles raffled for charity reddit.com/gallery/iwil88
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β€œThere’s a way out of this room that we don’t know about”, I said as I frantically ripped apart the couch cushions in search of the knitting needle I used not ten minutes earlier.
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Any helpful tips for knitting with circular needles?

I’m trying to make a hat for the upcoming winter, but I keep failing. The plastic cord connecting the needles seems much too long and I’m worried my hat will be too lose. Im not sure what to do... videos or links are welcome.

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Harry Potter wand replica made with knitting needles and epoxy putty. Took me around 4 hours molding, waiting for it to dry, and painting. Had to add some highlights on the handle, but i thought it looked pretty nice. reddit.com/gallery/ik44d4
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I hot glued quarters to the bottom of my β€œknitting needles”
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Not all heroes have superpowers, some have knitting needles!
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Could I get help understanding this part of the sock pattern for the heel? This is my first time knitting toe up socks and I don’t know what it means to knit on needles 1 and 2 to heel. Thanks!
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Finally finished my needle rolls for all my knitting needles and crochet hooks.
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Before and after investing in a real knitting needle case.
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Watching over my knitting needles πŸ₯°
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My mom using her giant wooden knitting needles :)
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[WIP] Can't hold my knitting needles right now, but i refuse to let that stop me from fibrecrafting! Finished page 1 of Pandemic by Longdogsamplers
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 29 2020
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My grandma sent me HER grandma’s knitting needles!
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Ohio, USA Super tiny, could probably got it on the edge of a knitting needle. reddit.com/gallery/izcc6x
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Before and after investing in a real knitting needle case
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Lady goes to a haberdashery and spins a yarn. Then all the knitting needles clapped
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Tried knitting a few weeks ago after having been a crocheter for 2 years. After having dealt with some hard stuff this week, I decided to pick the needles back up and try a dishcloth pattern.
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Circular Knitting Needles with Steel Wire Cable Recommendations

I have been knitting a lot of socks with magic loop method. I have a new Takumi that I've knitted two sets on and it's already starting to fail at the join.

I am looking for recommendation for nicer circular needles with a steel wire cable. I've seen a few youtube knitters use them but, they don't give the brand name in the description or in the video.

Any recommendations are appreciated.

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Daughter spilled a drink on my knitting and then sat on it, breaking my needle. Serenity now...
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Steel knitting needles as a weapon?

I've got an idea that involves taking thin steel knitting needles and using them as an emergency or spare weapon.

Let's say that a character enters a gala or ball that forbids weapons and they decide to use their knitting needles as decoration for their hair as a hidden weapon of sorts in case of an emergency.

My character has needles just because she is trying out an idea wich involves harvesting and spinning her dog boyfriend's (homebrew Okami race) fur and knitting things out of them, and I think it would be really interesting trying to implement them in such a situation.

Any idea what kind of stat or attack they would be? I'm thinking something like 1d4 piercing or 2d4 piercing for both, but what do you guys think would be appropriate? For context, I'm thinking of a 5.25 mm steel needle if that helps

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Help please! I'm knitting a simple garter Afghan in 36 in circular needles. My join is really narrow and my cast on stitches are so tight! Do I have to start over?
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Where do you guys get your knitting needles?

Hello, sorry if this question doesn't belong here. Just let me know and I'll remove it.

I'm looking for a place that sells nice wooden knitting needles in the UK. The reason why I prefer wood is because I really don't like the way thin metal needles get bent out of shape.

Also, I'm kind of curious, where do you guys get your needles from?Thank you!

Edit: Thank you very much all! Yestderay I purchased a pair of 3mm Sirdir needles from the WoolWarehouse. I have had good experiences buying wool from them before, didn't realise they sold needles!

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First time knitting anything other than a scarf. I’m super proud of it. It was finger knitted, I still haven’t worked out needles haha. So this is literally, hand madeπŸ˜‚ 😍
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What size double-pointed knitting needles for worsted weight yarn?

I'm using size 11 to make a mitten, and it feels like it's taking a lot more effort than making a scarf did.

Thanks for the help!

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πŸ“…︎ Aug 20 2020
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[Thanks] u/whatmakesyouhappier for the knitting needles!
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Giant paws are purr-fect for stealing knitting needles. imgur.com/54Fx2hv
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Found in the thrift store in the sewing/knitting section. Metal needle β€˜eyes’ with plastic handles and a metal strip with notches in a case. There’s a small length of cord in the case as well.
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If you’re knitting more than one thing at a time that requires a little bit of yarn make small balls and shove them on the needle to avoid tangling
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In case you didn't know, this is how knitting needles work (according to AliExpress)
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Can anyone help me understand this pattern? It's using circular needles and knitting in the round from the center out

I'm a knitting novice and encountered a pattern I cannot figure out. Help?

So rather than starting with casting on stitches like every other pattern I've used, it starts with yarn over twice as the first round and the second round is k1, k1-tbl. I'm stuck because from my understanding, you yarn over the right hand needle to knit into the left hand needle. But if you just yarn over twice on the right then there's nothing to knit into on the left side. Anyone able to explain it? I can give more detail if needed or post a picture of the page if the mods will allow it, but it's from a published book so I'm not sure if that's allowed. Any help is greatly appreciated!

Edit: here's the excerpt of the pattern

Edit 2: problem solved thanks to u/jendeavours

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Advice on buying knitting needles

Hi

I was looking to buy a set of interchangeable circular knitting needles for around 50$. Does anyone have any recommendations? So far the only needles I’ve knit with are the wooden ones from Joanne’s or Michaels.

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Not actually knitting, but definitely related. Yes, Ravelry has a place for yarn/needle stock, but I tend to prefer paper. Since my bullet journal is always with me, it's the perfect place. Given how much knitting I've been doing, I had to create a 2nd Project page. Thought some would appreciate it.
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