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Clover Wonder Knitter
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- Makes knitting easy and fast
- Comes with a 3 and 6 pin removable head
- Great for beadwork jewelry, scarfs, etc.
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It's fun and easy to learn. Let your imagination take over and you'll find many uses for this!
Of course, part of the reason is that I couldn't make head or tails of the instructions for use. I find neither the text nor the pictures intelligible. The black and white photos are confusing and so small (1 1/8" wide and of similar height) that it's hard to figure out what is going on. The text for the starting and knitting parts of the process is just barely adequate, but with repeated trial and error, I was eventually able to work the yarn. It looks similar to the color photos on the packaging, so I didn't do too badly. I've only used the 3 hook unit; I foresee problems with the 6-hook since it doesn't attach firmly. Now comes the point of stopping and getting the yarn off the gadget without unraveling. Here things get interesting: "Place the tip of the needle under the string." String? What string? Sure enough, there appears to be some sort of butcher's twine in the tiny photo. But is it "string" or are we still talking in terms of "yarn?" String just doesn't make sense, but it sure does look like string....
Luckily, I speak good Spanish and intermediate French. These skills serve me, primarily, to try to decipher instructions when the English translations from Japanese or Chinese are not adequate. (Does this complaint sound familiar?) In Spanish, they use "hilo" and in French they use "fil." Both these words mean "thread" or "yarn" so there is no additional "string" involved at all. But, if you were to follow the English captions and look at the illustrations, it certainly looks as if you're supposed to attach and pull on some sort of string.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought I was purchasing an automatic i-cord knitter; however, this is not the case. What looks to be an attached hand crank is actually a hook, and you manually hook the yarn. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lilysmama
I have these at school for my students to use when they finish work early. They love it. Its a mixed age group and the older have been inspired on to larger projects. Read morePublished 4 months ago by lisa kuneman
Over the past two months I have become almost addicted to the spool knitters. I have four now. I like this one as well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by nikkita mitchell
My daughter is 4.5 and getting the hang of working with this tool. We first ordered a wooden knitter, but returned it because it was hard to use and got this ine instead. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert Burch
Awesome tool! Whomever designed this is a genius. Loom knitting is wicked easy to begin with. This tool takes the easy one step further. Read morePublished 7 months ago by swissarmygirl