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ChiaoGoo Red Circular Knitting Needles 9"-Size 7/4.5mm

ChiaoGoo

ChiaoGoo Red Circular Knitting Needles 9"-Size 7/4.5mm

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Product Description Product Description
  • Red line 9 Inch (23 cm) are of surgical-grade, stainless steel circulars have a smooth, satin-sheen finish
  • Needles are memory-free, multi-strand, steel cable coated with red nylon allowing yarn to slide right over
  • Needle size is permanently laser imprinted on each circular. Precisely machined tips and joins are just spectacular
  • Size: 7/4.5mm; Item Number: 6009-7
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Love these needlesLove these needles. Sturdy, smooth stainless steel tips make knitting fast and easy. Very light weight and yet durable. I've purchased these in other sizes and been very happy with them. I'm tough on my needles but so far this brand has not shown any signs of wear. The cables are a coated metal. They never twist like the nylon/plastic. The joins fit very well and haven't snagged my knitting yet. When I saw the 9" size I had to try them. I knit socks and small items and using a tiny circular needle rather than the double points makes my knitting both faster and better looking, especially when cables or lacework is involved. These do have straight tips making them a little awkward at first because of the tiny size - some other brands are made with a bend - but not a big problem. Would definitely recommend these.5From TERRIFIED Sock Knitter To Sock ManiacI remember telling my friend some time ago that one thing I knew I could NEVER do was to make socks. FORGET THAT. I hated knitting, honestly. But things changed, and I began to explore knitting for a variety of funny reasons. The one blockade I had, however, was knitting socks.I found some amazing sock yarn at Knitpicks and wanted to learn to knit socks. I was a dismal failure at using double pointed needles, so I thought my sock making was doomed. Then someone told me to try circular needles that were made for socks.I found a set of bamboo sock needles from Clover at the fabric store, so I decided to try those. Progress was slow and the tips were a bit blunt, but I managed to get through my first pair of socks. They were size 2 and seemed a bit sloppy, so I wanted to get another size of needles to try. Someone suggested other steel needles from Addi as they said they were the best needles EVER, and I bought a pair at a festival. They were awful. I could not knit a thing with them. I gave them to my daughter who also could not knit with them, and she can knit with just about anything.I wanted to try another pair of socks, and was really afraid that I might never be able to make them after all. When I found these (my first pair was a size 1.5), however, everything changed. I am working on my fifth pair of socks and I LOVE it. I will never go back to store purchased socks as long as I can make them on these needles!WHAT I LIKE ABOUT THESE NEEDLES-knit much faster than any other needle I have used-does not split yarn like some needles do-works on difficult sock yarns-circumference is small so cast on is easy and not difficult to stretch-stitches are beautiful- much better than any other sock needle I tried-price is affordable-joints are solid and no problems sliding stitches over-easy to work way down toward toe to avoid long time of working with double pointed needles at end of sock-increased knitting time by 2-size clearly marked on needleWHAT I DON'T LIKE-these can be a bit slippery if I am not watching what I am doing, so stitches can slide off more easily than bamboo-needle size is a bit small, might need magnifying glass to see it for some peopleTHE BOTTOM LINEFor sock knitting, I thought I could never do it. These needles took me to a level that I did not think was possible. I am a sock making maniac now. I bought two sets and I work each sock at the same time. I do about 10 rows on the one sock and go over to the other one and work there too. My socks are all being finished at the same time, and they look better than any other needles I have tried from double pointed to circular. People are shocked at how fast I can make a pair of socks now, especially since I could not knit them at all about a year ago or so!I can not rave about these needles enough. They are fantastic! I have used a wide variety of sock yarn too, including hand spun, and they really are fantastic. FIVE STARS for helping my dreams to come true!!!5Best cable you can buyLove the tiny chiaogoo circulars. My favorite are the shorties set, as they have the mini cables which aren t as stiff as the ones of the fixed. But for a fixed, chiaogoo cables are the only ones with twisted steel cable cores.5Socks on 9 needles? YES INDEEDThese small ChiaoGoo circs are a wonder. Since I already own the Red Lace Twist Interchangeables thought these would be worth a try and have ever they proven themselves ten times over. Because I have hand flexibility issues the small circs work best for me and the tip length and points are just perfect. No join issues. Highly recommended.5Not just for socksI'd been itching to try 9" needles for a long time, and after exhaustive research finally decided on these. For once, I did good. At first I planned on getting Clover needles since that's what I've been using thus far without issue, but VeryPinkKnits' review actually changed my mind. Everyone seems to think you need lots of grip on such small needles, but I assure you, you want them to glide without too much effort, and that's easier on stainless steel than bamboo.Now, the juicy details:The quality is excellent, the all-important join is smooth, the size is conveniently engraved on the needle, and the cable is firm, with some kind of cross-hatch pattern all over that I thought was cool for a minute and then completely forgot about. It doesn't affect the knitting at all.As soon as I got my little paws on these I grabbed some random yarn and cast on a random number of stitches and just played around with it, trying knits and purls and decreases and increases and cabling and whatever else I could think of. Easy. If you know how to use circular needles, this is hardly different, and this coming from a shlemiel knitter. I know some have loving referred to using 9" needles as 'knitting with toothpicks,' but I don't get that feeling. (This might be because I ordered #7s so they're thicker.) I sat experimenting with these little guys as long as I wanted, and when I checked the time afterwards it was two or three hours later, so fatigue certainly hadn't stopped me; though I've dealt with tricky tendons in my arms for years and I may just be used to soldiering through it.I did have to think a bit about how to hold these at first, and the fact that I'm a tight knitter doesn't help, but basically you have to get over the idea that you can only hold the needles themselves, and that you need a death grip. No and no. It's perfectly fine to hold it by the cable too. Use your whole hand. Knit with your usual tension, those stitches aren't going anywhere except where you take them. I noticed I tend to grip hard with my right pinky, and that was most of the fatigue, but recently I started a hat on 16" needles and discovered I was doing the same thing, so it's just a bad habit I need to drop. I'm the Harpo Marx of knitters, so my method is weird and doesn't look like anyone else's. Even so, that hasn't prevented me from using them.Having never knit a sock in my life, I started off by making a cute, simple little drawstring bag with some leftover yarn that needed a job. What fun! I didn't use a pattern and just knit something basic, a great no-pressure project for starting out using these shorties.Then I chose for my first real project some cute fingerless gloves that I had tried on DPNs and had been ruined by a huge ladder, due to an accidental YO between needles. Oh, so much better. The cabling was a bit tough, but nothing a stubborn girl can't work through. (I found that knitting from the cable needle was usually better, but it wasn't always the case. Be flexible.) I finished the first in roughly 24 hours, and other than the thumb hole being a bit too small (my fault), it's fabulous. Faster, easier, the gauge is beautifully even. I could hardly put it down. I haven't started the other yet, but I already know I'm not going back to DPNs for projects such as these. I also plan to try making boot cuffs, which have always failed for some reason or other on DPNs.Long winded story wrapped up, I am quite pleased with these and want to get more sizes. Even if you don't knit socks or sweaters there are plenty of other uses to be found. You won't know for sure until you try, and if you still don't like them, there are those who are willing take them off your hands...4So smooth and easy to work with!These needles are the BEST! Very smooth to knit with and the perfect size for socks and sleeves. No more messing with DPNs. These are so much faster to work with. ChiaoGoo needles are my favorite!5Love these!I absolutely LOVE these needles. Never again will I try to knit a sock or glove on 4 or 5 double pointed needles, or wrestle with a magic loop. I had one glove knitted using my double pointed needles when I received these, and the difference on the second glove time wise and frustration wise is incredible. The knitting looks smoother too. Yep, love them.5Speedier than I thought they'd beI like knitting with these needles although it takes a few inches to get used to them. I think my gauge is slightly tighter using these, which is fine since my tension is on the loose side. I found that holding the needles pointed away from me with sock turned inside out seemed more comfortable. Even though it felt slow in the beginning, my speed picked up. It helps to keep your hands relaxed and hold the fabric as much as the needles.5but I think they will be a good alternative to magic loop knitting for some sock patternsThese little needles take some getting used to. I haven't quite mastered them yet, but I think they will be a good alternative to magic loop knitting for some sock patterns.4Thrilled knitterThese little buddies are a knitters best friend when it comes to socks , leg warmers, gloves , anything with a small circumference. I've been told my fingers are so long I could wrap them around a tree and swing and these work great for me. the distance around is small and they pretty much hold themselves. I've been knitting and crocheting since I was five and I'm 49. They make magic loop and dpns seem like methods of torture. You will be a thrilled knitter if you purchase these!!!5
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