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Clover Wonder Knitter

4.4 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews
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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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Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.8 x 5 x 1.8 inches
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number 3101
ASIN B000WUY7YI
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4.4 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #23,561 in arts-crafts
#80 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Craft Supplies > Weaving & Spinning

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Knitting made quick & easy with clovers new wonder knitter. The special removable turning heads allows you to make fashionable knitted accessories. The wonder knitter comes with a 3 pin and a 6 pin removable head. Great tool for beadwork jewelry, accessories for scarf, sweaters, pants, handbags and much more.

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I purchased these knitters for my nieces - 5 and 7 - when they were visiting me. It looked complicated, but it is NOT. The girls immediately caught on and have been creating ropes of knitting all the time ever since. It is good for coordination and manual dexterity, I imagine. It's fun and it can be done anywhere! I highly recommend it.
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I have made knitting knobbies and used those, but this is much easier! The way the top can be turned makes kniting go much faster. And there are two "heads". Great for beginning knitters or experienced knitters who want to make I-cord fast!
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I bought this for my youngest daughter (11 yrs old) so she could start doing yarn work as her Mom (me) is a yarnophile and knits, crochets, looms, machine knits etc and has a store online for yarn. We have the Klutz kit but its made for only elastic & beads or fingerling weight yarn. This one can handle all but the bulkiest yarns and if I need an I cord she does it for me and loves doing it. I would start a child out on this before using a big loom as there is not as many pegs, it fits small hands better, is designed for help in holding the cord below easier for tension, and also can be put down after winding a couple times where the tool hangs. I did decide to use a tool from a Knifty Knitter loom because the tool provided just was harder to use for her. She now is ready for any one of my big Knifty Knitters round or straight looms then on to my wood looms. I highly recommend this and in fact am going to teach my 5 year old grand-daughter (yes I know the ages seem wrong. I have 4 girls ages 27,22,18,& 11 married 30 years). I think this would be an inexpensive gift that would be good for a stocking stuffer for young and old for novices and experienced knitters/loomers. So if you want to use it for yourself to make fast I cord or your child would like to start looming it is a very good buy!
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You can make an I-cord so quick with this handy little tool. I just made one with the small 3 pin removable head in about 15 minutes so I could post a picture of it. It's so easy (and did I mention quick?). The I-cord comes out looking so nice. If you want a larger one (great for a handle for a bag) then use the 6 pin removable head. I haven't had any problems changing the different heads. I-cords are great for bordering a knitting or crochet project (like an afghan that tends to fold over on the edges; put on an I-cord and voila!).

It's fun and easy to learn. Let your imagination take over and you'll find many uses for this!
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First, my heartiest congratulations and deepest respect for those who were able to rate this product 4 or 5 stars. This shows their vast superiority over me, who found using it a frustrating struggle.

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.
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Fun little gadget for your knitting and crocheting creations. Create I-cord easily or use as a loom to create flowers and other patterns. Easy to use hi-tech little spool knitter. Would be a great gift for a creative kid.
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I would like to meet the person who designed this. Whoever it is has actually used one of these machines and thought of a better way to do it. Every little part of it is improved over the old knitting knobbies I used as a child and it works great. Making Icord is a breeze.
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By D Daly on May 31, 2011
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I had done "Nancy Knitting" as a child. When I wanted to teach a niece I made the old sewing thread spool with nails then went on-line to make sure I remembered how to do the knitting. I saw a video on YOUTUBE about the Clover Wonder Knitter and thought my nieces little hands would find it easier to use. I used the knitter and found it easy to use and with many features which made the knitting easier such as the grove in the post. My niece has a little more trouble than I do as her fingers are a lot smaller but the Clover Wonder Knitter is still very superior and easier to use than the old sewing thread spool with the nails.
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