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Good stitching, comfortable knittingMy stitches slide easily over the bamboo and plastic tubing, yet don't slide off as I've experienced with metal and plastic needles. The circular needles allow me to flatten my work to examine for size or flaws in stitching. The bamboo is also warm in my arthritic hands.5Great needlesI needed a pair of circular needles for a baby blanket that was too wide to knit on straight needles. These are very comfortable to work with, and I was happy to see that the 'bend' in the cable from being packaged straightened out quickly. The bamboo points were smooth and did not snag my yarn at all.5Lightweight and comfortableThe bamboo makes it easy to regulate stitch size. I was concerned about splinters but the wood is very smooth and straight. I made two baby blankets using these and enjoyed using these needles.5but I"ve found that bamboo needles (these in particular) are so hard to knit with because the yarn doesn't like to slide on the needles
I certainly don't think these are poorly made needles, but I"ve found that bamboo needles (these in particular) are so hard to knit with because the yarn doesn't like to slide on the needles. I ended up having to buy metal ones for my project.
I have always preferred using the Clover Bamboo Circular needles over others. The allow work to stay in place and on the needles even with hand problems. Not like the others where they slip or fall off by putting them down or from the hands jerking because of the muscles or the stiffness. Just move work to the middle and stick the ends in your yarn ball and store.
5Knitting goes "green"I originally got a pair of these because they also come in the 48-inch length, which I needed to do Mobius knitting, and I loved them so much I've been getting more of them to fill in the sizes of double pointed circular needles I lack. I like the bamboo, which is tough and has a smooth surface that is as slick as plastic needles but not so slick as metal needles, which I think is just the right slickness. They hold up well to normal wear and tear. I also like that bamboo is a renewable resource, which plastic and metal aren't. They're good value for the money. I do have to say that I have broken one of the needle points, but it was a size 2 needle, which are very slender. I had so many stitches on the needle that it was difficult to move the stitches around to the other side and the way I was holding the needle as I pushed the stitches around, I would probably have broken a plastic one as well.5Love Love LOVE these bamboo needlesLove Love LOVE these bamboo needles. They are light weight and the yarn glides smoothly off the needles. As one reviewer stated, the ends are a bit more blunt than I am use too and took a little learning curve to get used to it. I do wish they were a bit sharper. I'm half-way through my aran blanket I am knitting. I will follow up after I have used these longer to let you know about longevity.4My favorite knitting needlesThese are my favorite circular needles thus far. I am a beginning knitter and it was suggested I use circular needles. I went with bamboo and couldn't be happier. These are the best! They are sturdy and your work won't get caught like on other circular needles because the transition from needle to cable is seamless!! The length is great for the baby blanket I am knitting and the ease and comfort of the needles make knitting such a joy. I highly recommend these! :-)5Not worth the extra moneyI bought the bamboo needles because I couldn't find the size I needed anywhere else, and I hoped the higher price would mean better quality. It doesn't. The bamboo needles are lighter-weight and feel nice in your hands, but the slightly rougher texture gives you the worst of both worlds: they don't help prevent dropped stitches but they do make it harder to slide the stitches onto the needle tips from the cable.The cable is the worst part. It's the same super-cheap plastic cable that the inexpensive needles have: the kind with kinks that don't come out, the kind that make joining in the round such a bear because they twist all the time.If you can't find the size you need anywhere else (and needles small and long enough to make socks with magic loop are hard to find), these are better than nothing. But if you're looking for better quality needles, don't let the price of these fool you.3Good Needles, but Older Version is BetterClover bamboo needles are good; you get good quality at a good price. The cords are fine, and I've never had issues with anything catching at the joins. I love the feel of the bamboo, and I have several sets of these.My one complaint is that the newer needles have sharper points. Clover needles used to have points that were a bit more blunt, and the finishing on the tips was better. I greatly prefer the older ones, even for socks and lace knitting.4Wonderful Product, Comfortable to Work WithThe Takumi Clover needles are some of the best I've worked with. I'm sure there are better ones out there were I to want to spend quite a bit per pair, but these are wonderful.The length of these was perfect, as the pair I had with a shorter solid needle portion caused a lot of hand strain, specifically for my ring and pinkie fingers. I've also found with a pair of straight bamboo needles that just the material seems to decrease hand strain a bit. I'm not sure if its the texture of the finish or what, but bamboo needles seem to be significantly more comfortable to work with.There were no nicks or other blemishes to catch yarn, and they seem quite sturdy. They're exceptionally lightweight. The cord will get a bit turned around, but then you just twist one or the other needle without twisting your work and it will lay down again. This will probably be an issue with any set of circulars that doesn't have something to let the connector spin, which look to be much more expensive.5These are awesome!I ve made several adult size blankets (cause I have a problem telling family sorry. It ll be faster for you to buy a blanket ). I love using these. They are sturdy. My stitches are secure. I m not worried about the yarn sliding off the tips.I hope this review helped. I have to go finish another blanket now.5I replaced my aluminum needles with Clover Takumi circular needles and so very glad I did
I used to use aluminum circular knitting needles until I tried a bamboo one. What a difference! So light and so smooth. I replaced my aluminum needles with Clover Takumi circular needles and so very glad I did. They make knitting a real pleasure for me now. I have had the aluminum circular needles come apart in the past also but never once had the Clover bamboo circular needles do that. A great product!!!!
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