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8" Inch Double Point Bamboo Knitting Needles by StitchBerry, 15 Set Collection (US#0 2mm - US#15 10mm)

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  • Includes 75 individual 8 inch doulbe point needles
  • 5 needles of every diameter
  • Wide diameter range from a thin 2mm to a thick 10mm
  • Individually smoothed to perfection
  • Premium bamboo composition by StitchBerry

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8" Inch Double Point Bamboo Knitting Needles by StitchBerry, 15 Set Collection (US#0 2mm - US#15 10mm) + 40" Inch Circular Premium Bamboo Knitting Needles by StitchBerry, 15 Set Collection (US#0 2mm - US#15 10mm) + 14" Inch Single Point StitchBerry Premium Collection Bamboo Knitting Needles (30 pcs., 15 Sets)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0027A03PS
  • Item model number: SBDP8COL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,769 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The premium 8 inch Double Point Knitting Needle Collection by StitchBerry is made from ultra smooth, durable, and lightweight bamboo. Sample the comfort and style only available in these quality bamboo double point knitting needles. Set includes 5 needles of every individual diameter.

Customer Reviews

Every size I will ever need.
mkbullock1
Each needle is marked with the size in mm and US needle size.
Christine A. Martin
They have a great feel, very smooth and comfortable.
Nancy L. Wirtz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Ann Cowan on April 4, 2012
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These are wonderful double pointed needles with nice sharp points that save you probably $120 or more if different brands were purchased individually. ONE PROBLEM TO NOTE! One reason they are so cheap is the bamboo is basically untreated and the needles are dry and I had one split right after purchase. I did email the company and they replaced the needle promptly with no charge. I purchased Howard Butcher Block Conditioner (from Amazon, of course!) and now treat the set of needles I will be using once or twice,if I haven't done so already. The conditioner is very easy to use and doesn't take long (wouldn't mess with it otherwise). Used a paper plate and paper towels, warming the conditioner in the microwave on the paper plate. Put a nice sheen on the needles and moisture too. No need to keep repeating the procedure unless you want to (I do it twice). The conditioner doesn't cost much so you are still saving tons of money and have nice double point needles to boot!
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92 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Leanne on October 27, 2009
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When I saw this set of 15 bamboo needles for $19.99, I thought it was a fabulous deal. I bought 2 sets of these needles - one set of DPNs and one set of the circular ones, so I will review both types.

I currently have a couple of pairs of Clover bamboo needles and I love them, but at around $7 a pair, I can't afford to have a set in every size, so this seemed like it would suit my needs.

I received my new bamboo needle set and immediately started knitting up a project on 3.25 DPNs. Over the duration of my project, the tips of the needles started to chip and eventually dull. It was unbelievable! I didn't believe how poor the quality of these needles were. I then moved my project onto a pair of circular needles. I had no problems with the tips of the needles chipping. However, eventually the cord SNAPPED in the middle of my project.

I don't consider myself a rough knitter, so there is no reason that this should have happened. I did knit something else on larger-sized DPNs and those didn't chip, so maybe the smaller ones are so tiny that they can't handle the stress? Either way, there is no excuse for the cord to snap on the circular needles!

I am really disappointed in my purchase. I am sticking to Clovers from now on because at least I know I won't ever have to replace them.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Huntress1327 on August 29, 2010
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I ordered these needles around the beginning of August 2010 and have already made two pairs of socks, am working on another pair and planning another pair of socks and a hat for Christmas gifts. This is my first time knitting on DPNs and I am addicted. The bamboo material and the 8inch length is great for me as well because as a beginner I don't have to worry too much about the yarn slipping off the ends, and the length allows me to be able to not just make sock but a hat and other bigger projects. I like that I was able to get so many sizes at one time for a great price, and have had no problems so far with the needles breaking. Over all a great product and I recommend them to anyone whether you've just started knitting or have been at it awhile.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Lee on October 7, 2011
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I bought the set in June 2011, and have been using the no 5's for knitting a pair of tube socks. I am working with inexpensive synthetic yarn and the tips on three needles have cracked and started to disintegrate thus starting to snag the yarn. There are 7 no.5 needles in the set so I will still get alot of use out of the complete set. But it is not a sturdy set. But very useful for a beginner.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J Vorndran on October 22, 2009
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Everyone starting out in knitting should have at least a set of every size needle to properly gauge work and follow patterns. Being an overly tight knitter, I have made extra trips to the store when starting out because I had the wrong size. With this set, and a few other sets (circs and strait) purchased on Amazon, I at least have the bases covered. These aren't the best needles I've worked with, but 15 pairs for the price of 1 premium pair, it's well worth it. The only complaints I have is they didn't come with a case and the markings could be bolder.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Red on January 12, 2010
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After reading some of the negative reviews and not finding much information on these needles elsewhere, I was a little hesitant as I placed my order. I got my package yesterday (after 3 business days) and quickly used the size 2 needles to knit a baby bootie. Before starting, I was afraid that the needles might break. But they held up beautifully and I wasn't afraid that they would break at all.

For the price of these needles and the, so far, very decent quality, I would highly recommend these to someone who loves bamboo needles but can't afford to buy each set individually.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By EGGY on January 5, 2012
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These knitting needles are exactly what I was looking for but to be honest, they're not the best.

They needles arrived in clearly marked packaging and all in good shape although some of the smaller sizes were already starting to bend a bit but that is to be expected for such tiny pieces of grass (bamboo is still a grass). It would have been nice to have packaging for them or at least more than single-use plastic but for the price, I didn't expect much so I made a case for them.

I really loved that this quick easy purchase gave me all the sizes I could ever need in a single set and all bamboo so I can start practicing with the material (I've been using aluminum for years). I got the set to start knitting my first pair of socks with fingering yarn so I got right to it. The pattern called for 3.25 DPNs (#3) and I'm glad to say that they are true to gauge, I checked each needle just to make sure on my sizer.

How do they knit, you ask?

Well they work fine, the tips are fine on this size and from what I could tell they were ok on the larger sizes too but I'm used to Aluminum and bamboo tends to have slightly more rounded tips but nothing I didn't already know and expect. The problem was that one of the 5 splintered on my 3rd round! Man, that was fast! It splintered from about the middle (not from where the number is engraved but I would expect that to be a splinter-starter) and it hit my finger. I pulled the splinter off but the end kept snagging yarn so I took a file to it and smoothed it out a bit. I don't personally have a problem with doing this but if the needles had been made properly there would not be any fiber ends in the middle of the needle to cause splintering at all.
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