Lion Brand Knitting Needles (Sizes 4 to 35)

SKU: 0004-04

From $2.70

Knit super-fast projects with these oversize needles. Lightweight, durable, and flexible pair of knitting needles. Made of plastic.

Length: 13.5 inches

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Pattern Corrections
No
Needle Type
Straight
Brand
Lion Brand Yarn
Material
Plastic

Customer Reviews

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Abby Brockway
Great Needles!

Great needles for a first-time knitter. I bought these for my friend who just started knitting and they are great for beginners. Might be a little more difficult and bulky to use for an experienced knitter. Very smooth to use and sharp enough, no spitting the stitches.

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Emily Parkany
Very light and long!

Light needles are an attraction but I was a bit worried that I would sit on them and they would break. But my larger problem was the length--if you are used to using circular needles for larger flat projects then you should probably invest in circular needles. I found these awkward (too long) for how I "hunch" over my project while sitting (and I'm short with a short torso). The length may have contributed to problems with yarn splitting at the beginning of the project (I was surprised because I had used the yarn successfully in other projects.) Meanwhile, these are smooth and I had no problems with yarn catching and sliding over the needles.

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Based on 2 reviews
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Abby Brockway
Great Needles!

Great needles for a first-time knitter. I bought these for my friend who just started knitting and they are great for beginners. Might be a little more difficult and bulky to use for an experienced knitter. Very smooth to use and sharp enough, no spitting the stitches.

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Emily Parkany
Very light and long!

Light needles are an attraction but I was a bit worried that I would sit on them and they would break. But my larger problem was the length--if you are used to using circular needles for larger flat projects then you should probably invest in circular needles. I found these awkward (too long) for how I "hunch" over my project while sitting (and I'm short with a short torso). The length may have contributed to problems with yarn splitting at the beginning of the project (I was surprised because I had used the yarn successfully in other projects.) Meanwhile, these are smooth and I had no problems with yarn catching and sliding over the needles.