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Circular Knitting Needles

Circular knitting needles feature a length of cord or wire that attaches the two needles together. They are ideal for working on large or heavy knitting projects, and they are useful for keeping those projects organised. They come in a variety of materials, each of which has its own advantages. With so many circular knitting needles to choose from, you can find one that suits your specific needs.

Metal Circular Knitting Needles

Metal circular knitting needles are great for working with rough or undied yarn. They work well for natural yarn made of wool, as well as a variety of yarn thicknesses. Metal circular knitting needles are available in sizes ranging from 40 to 91 centimetres. This means you can use them for small or large knitting projects.

Bamboo Circular Knitting Needles

Bamboo circular knitting needles are extremely smooth and lightweight. They are the ideal tools for working with chunky yarn, because the smooth texture of the needles helps the heavier yarn move seamlessly, without catching. These knitting needles come in various shades, but nearly all of them have the natural bamboo texture showing through.

Plastic Circular Knitting Needles

Plastic circular knitting needles are versatile, and they are great for making hats or tube scarves. They work well with synthetic yarn as well as cotton and processed wool varieties. These types of knitting needles come in bright, vibrant colours, making them popular for younger knitters.

Wooden Circular Knitting Needles

Wooden circular knitting needles are a bit heavier than their bamboo counterparts. They are ideal for those who prefer knitting needles that feel more substantial in their hands. The material very smooth and works well with cotton or wool yarn. Many of these circular knitting needles have a polished look that highlights the natural wood grain. Most have wire connecting the two needles, but there are some available with plastic connectors.

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