Clover 3162 Circular Long Stitch Holder,24 to 36-Inch
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- Adjustable with stopper
- Soft pliable cord
- Knitting must have
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The clover 3162 circular stitch holders offer a convinient way to store your circular work. Keeps the shape without compromising the stitches. The length of the cord is adjustable depending on the number of stitches to be held. This one will accommodate 24 to 36 inches. A shorter version is avalable for 9 to 16-inch. See clover no.13161.
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I've got two in the short length, because I like to work a mitt on each of 2 circular needles so I can leap-frog between one and the other, completing both about the same time. I've got two of the longer length to use at the underarms of bottom-up and top-down seamless sweaters and other garments. These are also perfect to hold live stitches for Provisional Cast Ons rather than waste yarn or a second circular needle. I'm still discovering uses for these little gems.
You slip your live stitches on the Circular holder using the little needle tip, then thread the tip into the extra hole on the green round bob, pull the stitches snug and out of your way until you are ready to work them. Then knit right off the tip or slip the stitches onto a second needle to work them. Couldn't be easier and positively clever beyond description!
If you do Provisional Cast On, ever; if you knit fingerless mitts, or mittens, or gloves; if you knit seamless top-down or bottom-up projects... if you *ever* need to slip a few stitches aside to be worked later... invest in at least one of each length. You won't regret it.
The thin cord is perfect for finer yarns and still works very well with bulkier ones. Yes, you could use string or yarn as a place holder, but this is so much easier and quite reliable.
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Held my live stitches with out fear of loosing them until the piece was completed.
Thank you Clover.