Coopay 80cm Circular Knitting Needles 15mm, Chunky Circular Needles for Chunky Blanket, Jumbo Jumper Knitting, Lightweight Warm Birch Needles for Arthritis Hands, 32 inch Long Needles Large Size


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  • [Warm Wooden Circular Needles Big Size] These 80cm-long circular knitting needles are made from warm birch. They come with cords in separate width sizes ranging from 4.50 mm to 25mm. These knitting needles are available in a variety of different width variations so that new knitters can ensure they have the perfect width for their purposes
  • [Lightweight Easy To Use Smooth and Knitting with Chunky Wool The Item Works Up Quickly] Polished wood surface works effortlessly with every type of yarn without slowing down knitting rhythm. The join between needle tips and cable is perfect nothing for stitches to snag on and the join gently tapers off to the cable. The cables are very flexible and do not kink up lots of other sizes are available separately too which are inexpensive and also handy to store knitting on
  • [Perfect Points Flawlessly Tapered – Ideal for All Yarns and Every Project] This circular needle is perfect for your chunky winter woollies projects. Definitely recommend these to fellow Arthritis Hands sufferers as they aren’t cold to the touch and are more comfortable to hold and less prone to accidents using a circular needle
  • [Perfect for Knitting Project of A Chunky Blanket] Each needle is 14.5cm/5.7 inch. The total length of wire including both needles is 80cm/32 inch. Perfect needles for knitting a blanket etc.At 80cm long enough to get plenty of stitches on and comfortable to use
  • [Nice Gift for Knitters Or Treat Yourself] Our circular knitting needles set is suitable for any knitters. This circular knitting needles set can be used as a creative gift for loved ones friends or people who like knitting. Special gifts on Christmas birthday and other occasions. Knitting needles can also improve hands-on ability and creativity and are ideal gifts for young people to learn new skills