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Clover Takumi Bamboo Circular 29-Inch Knitting Needles, Size 4
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- Bamboo knitting needles
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Bamboo knitting needles takumi circular 29-inch size 4 (1 per pack). Our high quality knitting needles are created with the properties of the finest natural bamboo from Japan and the long nurtured clover manufacturing technique.
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These work very well and feel good in your hands. Yarn will slide nicely. The only annoying thing is the kinking in the longer (like these 29 inch) cables. I have read that you should soak the plastic parts in hot water to relax them and I think I'm going to try that when I'm finished with my current project.
Reasonably priced and affordable, I just keep buying different sizes when I start a new project. Clover has a good product that provides good quality and value. I would recommend them. They seem to last well, my 6 year old ones still look like new. I did have a problem when my puppy chewed the place where the cable connected to the wooden needle and I had to replace the whole thing since once the cable is detached you are out of luck.
The pair of needles I received felt smooth, except for a rough spot on the tip of one of the needles. I had to sand it a bit by hand, and still got a small splinter while knitting - not so fun.
Also, I've found that the 100% acrylic yarn I'm using sticks to the wood of the needles, making it harder to push down the yarn and requiring me to push on the tip of the needles harder than usual - painful to the fingertips.
The tubing of this needle comes tightly coiled, and must be straightened out with hot water or steam before you attempt to knit. Once it's straightened though, I find it quite nice and easy to deal with. I've had tubing fall out of metal circular needles in the past, but this tubing seems pretty solid.