Clover Bamboo Circular Knitting Needles 16" (Sizes 11 & 13)

SKU: NH-NH119

From $8.25

Light in weight with a warm natural touch, bamboo is ideal material for making knitting needles.

Takumi Bamboo Knitting Needles are made from the finest bamboo. With the proper glide of yarn, your hands won't feel tired even after knitting for a long time.

Features:
Flexible, soft cords
Tapered tips
Circular Knitting Needles can be used easily
Knit seamless garments for perfect creations
Easy and convenient to carry

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Dimensions Detail
16 in
Needle Type
Circular
Brand
Clover
Material
Bamboo

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Francisca
Perfect!

As expected. No complaints!
Smooth to the touch.
Thank you!

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Anonymous
They get the job done

They came pretty much exactly as pictured. This is my first pair of size 13 circulars (my set of interchangeable needles only goes up to a US size 11). Overall, the knitting experience was smooth—no issues with splitting, no unwanted catching, and they also grip the fiber you're working with (compared to aluminum needles). So far, I've only tried these out on an acrylic/wool blend fiber, so your mileage might vary depending on what yarns you're working with. The connecting joint between the needles and the cord feels like it might be a little precarious with time (compared to my interchangeables, which are rock-solid and I've had for about 10 years), but we'll have to see as I continue to use them!

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Based on 2 reviews
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(1)
50%
(1)
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F
Francisca
Perfect!

As expected. No complaints!
Smooth to the touch.
Thank you!

A
Anonymous
They get the job done

They came pretty much exactly as pictured. This is my first pair of size 13 circulars (my set of interchangeable needles only goes up to a US size 11). Overall, the knitting experience was smooth—no issues with splitting, no unwanted catching, and they also grip the fiber you're working with (compared to aluminum needles). So far, I've only tried these out on an acrylic/wool blend fiber, so your mileage might vary depending on what yarns you're working with. The connecting joint between the needles and the cord feels like it might be a little precarious with time (compared to my interchangeables, which are rock-solid and I've had for about 10 years), but we'll have to see as I continue to use them!