ChiaoGoo Rundpind med med fast wire

ChiaoGoo Circular needle


      A circular needle is not just a circular needle, and who hasn't been freaking out over knitting with an old steel needle that just twists and turns? You don't have to now, because you will become addicted to knitting with these and you will use them for all your knitting. We assure you that this is a super product.

      The transition between the needle and the wire is often a really big problem for many knitting needles. It is so difficult when the stitches get stuck in the transition, and you have to constantly help them onto the needle! You just don't have to here.
      The knitting needle you buy here has a fixed wire - the wire is therefore not replaceable. That's how we like it best. A needle is a needle, and you know it will in no way come apart in the transition. You don't have to tighten the wire to the stick with the possibility of not getting it tightened properly, nor do you need to carry spare parts.

      2 products
      ChiaoGoo Twist Red Lace Stål rundpind 1.5 - 5.0 mm
      ChiaoGoo Twist Red Lace Steel Circular needle 1.5 - 5.0 mm
      95,00 kr
      ChiaoGoo Twist Red Lace Stål rundpind 5.5 - 15 mm
      ChiaoGoo Twist Red Lace Stål Circular needle 5.5 - 15 mm
      from 120,00 kr
      The needle itself is polished surgical steel, which makes it extra smooth and nice to hold. It absorbs the heat from your hands in a flash, as it is hollow inside. It does not become soft in the steel, as other needles do, e.g. cheap bamboo needles - they just keep being a straight needle. We ourselves find it quite annoying when a needles bends in a pattern where you have to twist a lot. Here you are well helped. The tip is very pointed. Not so that you stab yourself on it, but pointy in a good way. A good tip is necessary when knitting lace, hence the name ChiaoGoo Red lace. You won't find that the tip is rough or blunt - if you do, it's a trade-off with that win! A pointed knitting needle is an advantage if you knit a little loosely. Think about the fact that you need to knit more at the tip, because then your stitches will naturally be smaller.