Options Rainbow Wood Cable Knitting Needles
US size 3 (3 1/8" long)
US size 6 (3 3/8" long)
US size 9 (4" long)
Small, Medium, Large Item No. 90347
“These are beautiful, smooth, lightweight, ridged to hold the stitches and they feel soooo nice in my hands. Did I mention they are really pretty?” Knitting.craftgossip.com, Sept 25, 2008.
“Laminated birch needles are beautiful, light and strong, with a sharper point and more durability…These needles also have sharper points than most wooden needles, making them a good choice for lace knitting and other work that requires precision.” www.About.com, March 2009
“I don’t think I could have learned to cable without the Harmony cable needle. The slightly grippy Harmony wood and the tiny ridges carved in the cable needle keep my stitches snug, and the cable needle is short enough that it stays out of my way while I knit.” –Angela M., Knit Picks Marketing Project
"I just received my new Harmony Wood Needle tips and cables. I had read on several sites how nice these needles were. They didn't exaggerate at all. I have used aluminum, plastic and bamboo needles. Until today, I always preferred the bamboo needles. Today, I am a convert to Harmony Wood needles. The wood feels fabulous to hold. The yarn moves along easily. And they are so lovely and colorful. I can't wait to replace my others with more Harmony. I am already 1/2 way finished with a new hat since opening the package. Thank you for a great product" Cheryl L., Knit Picks Customer
"When I discovered the Knit Picks Options, I thought I couldn't buy the entire set, so I tried a few points and cables, and fell in love. I soon discovered that I COULD buy the entire set. About that time the Harmony wood needle tips came out, and I purchased a few in larger sizes for use with my bulkier weight yarns. Love them too. When I saw the straights come out, I thought, "Oh, no, I can't resist!" Before I could purchase a set, one of my good friends at work bought me a pair as a retirement gift. And I had never even told her that I wanted them. Though I did turn her on to Knit Picks, as she is a beginning knitter, and needed to be pointed in the right direction. She is the second of my work friends that I told about Knit Picks, and both are sold.
The quality is too high and the prices much too reasonable to go anywhere else." Susan, Knit Picks Customer