Hand-Knitters' Tools

Hand-Knitters' Tools

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  1. Wool Gathering Binder and Sheet Protectors

    Starting at: $3.00

    We have always had difficulty finding half-size binders and sheet protectors for our Wool Gathering patterns. From a thread on Ravelry, so have many of you. So - we now offer them to you with no waiting for a special order:

    Binders: 8-1/2 x 5-1/2", 2" wide; black with a white inside; 2" wide spine has a convenient card to identify the contents plus a hole to enable you to hook it out of the bookshelf. (Binder should hold over 50 issues of Wool Gathering.)

    Binder Sheet Protectors come in a 10 pack or a 50 pack.

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  2. Sewing Up Needles

    Starting at: $0.50

    Small but indispensable for weaving; available in Blunt, Sharp, and Bent Tip Blunt. (Blunt, Sharp, and Bent are sold individually, not as a set. Group image is shown for comparison only.) Learn More
  3. Center-Pull Ball Winder

    A friend and companion to the Umbrella Swift, this unit clamps to any table and permits you to speedily wind a center-pull ball from the skein on your swift. Learn More
  4. Coil-less Pins

    Starting at: $5.00

    Coilless Pins are back. Invaluable markers for your knitting. Choose from: Large size (1 1/4") Nickel 1 oz. bag (approx 75 pins) Small size (7/8") Gold 1 oz. bag (approx 120 pins) Both (Large Silver and Small Gold) Learn More
  5. Spring Tape Measure

    This version has centimeters on one side and inches on the other. It locks in place, but push the center button and it reels itself back in. Learn More
  6. Knitter's Journal

    Starting at: $12.00

    A choice of either a a lily or monarch cover on this useful hardcover knitter's journal. Photos to left show front/back cover view. Includes drawing pages, 56 lined writing pages, and various sizes of graph paper on which to chart your ideas. The 128 pp includes 17 small drawings of techniques for quick reference, knitting abbreviations and symbols, a needle conversion chart, plus 20 cogent quotes from Elizabeth Zimmermann's five books. Elizabeth's instructions for wearable art socks (shown on the back of the lily covered version) and the drawing for EPS Yoke and Drop-Shoulder garments are also included.Smythe Sewn for durability. See some examples of Meg Swansen's knitting journal entries at left, with notes on the Adult Surprise Jacket pattern knit for the streaming video and the Faroese shawl, WG91.

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  7. Knitter's Graph Paper

    Starting at: $3.50

    Knitter's graph paper provides a useful approximation of stitches to rows, a 1:1.4 ratio. Helpful in charting your own design ideas. No. 5 is 5 stitches and 7 rows to the inch (use to chart garments made from a mid-weight yarn such as Candian Regal). No. 8 is 8 stitches and 11.2 rows to 1" (use to chart garments made from fingering yarn such as Shetland Jumperweight and Satakieli) Tablet of 25 sheets Learn More
  8. HiyaHiya Accessory Bag

    Starting at: $12.50

    The HiyaHiya Accessory Bag is a beautiful holder for needles, pins, and other notions. Brocade material with roses or feathered design (green only), fully lined with a zipper top. Some designs have a small interior zippered pocket. Size 9 3/8" X 6". Learn More
  9. Sock Nylon

    Starting at: $6.50

    Use this classic sock nylon to reinforce toes and heels or the entire foot of a Mocassin Sock. Choose Navy, Royal Blue, Cream, Red, Green, Light Blue, Steel Grey, Brown, and Black. 1000M Learn More
  10. Craft Gloves

    Starting at: $20.00

    Scores of knitters and typists who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, or tendonitis swear by these gloves. To size, measure in inches your hand across the palm at the widest part. Your inch measurement should correspond to the sizes (2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Learn More

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