November 10th, 2014

Limited Edition Knitter’s Pride MarblZ Designer Set

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Looking for something special to add to your wishlist this season? Check out the limited edition Knitter’s Pride Marblz Interchangeable Circular Needle Designer Set.

Knitter's Pride Marblz Interchangeable Needle Set

This set includes 9 pairs of Marblz interchangeable needles in US sizes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10.5 & 11, four cables in lengths of 24”, (2) – 32” & 40”, a needle gauge, and a set of cord connectors. Everything you need comes in a lovely box with and open window that displays these gorgeous needles.

Marblz are beautifully patterned acrylic needles. The tips have a wonderful point and the needles are super smooth without being too slick. They also warm nicely in your hands and are incredibly light..

Personally, I’m a big fan of metal needles and use them almost exclusively, so I was a little skeptical giving these needles a try. I found myself to be pleasantly surprised! They were really quite lovely to knit with. I was already a fan of Knitter’s Pride circular needles, both fixed and interchangeable, since there aren’t many projects I don’t use circulars for, so I knew I would enjoy that part. I have previously tried acrylic needles but didn’t like them because they were too grabby, or squeaked. I didn’t have either of those issues with Marblz.

This set definitely deserves a place on your wishlist. It’s limited edition, so make sure you grab it while you can!


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2 Responses to “Limited Edition Knitter’s Pride MarblZ Designer Set”

  1. Paulette Says:

    I don’t understand why these multi-cabled circular sets NEVER include the 16″ which I use often for hats and smaller projects. I know you can buy a set of needles and one 16″ cable for them but that seems extravagant and limiting. Does this lovely adapt to a 16″ cable as an add-on? Can you explain the phenomenon because I am clueless. Paulette

  2. Mary Says:

    My understanding is that the 16″ needles are shorter
    as well as the cables. When you are knitting hats, etc in tight circles you need a shorter needle length. It seems could never have enough needles!

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