KnitPro needles are a popular choice of knitting needles with knitters across the world. The range includes straight interchangeable circular needles in wood or metal as well as straight needles and double-pointed needle sets.
Needles are available in a full range of types: Double Points, Fixed Circulars, Single Points, Crochet and an Interchangeable line that provides innovative in design and satisfaction in performance.
Zing light metal needles are increasing in popularity. Unlike traditional metal needles, these needles are light, warm up quickly during use and are very easy to knit with. The bright vibrant colours are an added bonus, and the beautiful silver tips provide a perfect finish every time.
Symfonie multi-coloured wood needles are known for their ease of use and comfort. The gorgeous wood surface is perfect for ‘slippy’ yarns; the warmth is kind to hands and the needles are wonderfully flexible.
Karbonz combines the premium quality of carbon fiber with electroplated brass tips. Carbon fiber is ideal for knitting needles as it has a high tensile strength, is light weight and comes with a surface that offers excellent control over the stitches.
Basix Birch needles are made from lightweight but strong birch wood. The natural birch colour makes them as easy on the eye as they are on the hand – especially when working with today’s thick and chunky yarns.
Nova Metal These metal needles are made from hollow brass pipes which have been electroplated. This provides a smooth and satiny surface that allows stitches to move freely and quickly. These needles are light in weight, durable and comfortable to the hand.
Bamboo needles are made from the finest quality Japanese bamboo and offer a beautiful and natural alternative to metal needles. These needles have sharp points and perfectly tapered points, makes them comfortable to work with any yarn.
Trendz needles come in a range of radiant colours and provide the right ‘grab’ that allows for easy handling of slippery yarns. Picking up stitches quickly and helping to control those difficult stitches.