Speed up Your Knitting Projects With the Addi Turbo Knitting Needles

Speed up Your Knitting Projects With the Addi Turbo Knitting Needles
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Speed up Your Knitting Projects With the Addi Turbo Knitting Needles

Do you like to knit but hate it being so slow? A friend of mine told me about how much faster she was knitting. I just had to know her secret. It turns out she uses a knitting needle called Addi Turbo. I went to the local craft store to find me an Addi Turbo knitting set. Fortunately, the store had plenty of them. What did I learn about this type of knitting tool?

These needles are so light weight. I looked on the package and they’re made from Germany. I’ve used other knitting needles that slowed me down because of the weight. You’ll notice immediately how well this set works because it is light weight.

Another advantage that I liked about the knitting needle set is how circular they are. You simply thread the needle with your yarn. The snag free cord really cut my time of knitting projects down tremendously. Now, I was beginning to see why my friend can knit so quickly with the Addi Turbo needles.

You’ll want to be careful in the size of needle you select. The company offers many different sizes for various types of knitting projects. Determine the size of needles you’ll need by looking at your knitting pattern instructions. It can be difficult to do all your stitches right, if you’re using the wrong size knitting needle.

One problem I have with knitting and getting slowed down is the tips of my needles end up getting damaged from hitting them together. You’ll find that you decrease time wasted because of the design. You’ll spend less time hitting the needles together. If you do, by accident, the tips are wonderful because they’re made with nickel plated brass. You won’t damage the needles, the way you can with other types of knitting needles.

Take the time to go through the package instructions. The Addi Turbo knitting needles come with great instructions and illustrations. Reviewing the instructions, when you get the Addi Turbo needles home, will help you knit so much faster.

Addi knitting needles are made in Germany and are popular throughout the United States and Europe with knitters for the speed and ease of knitting made possible by these needles. They are distributed exclusively in North America by Skacel and are available in fine knitting stores across the country.

These needles are available in many different styles and materials. One of their most popular products is their circular needle. This was the initial product in this popular line. The needles have rust-resistant nickel-plated brass tips, and the cord is snag-free nylon. The needles are lightweight and make significantly less noise than most needles, so you can feel comfortable knitting at the movies or in any other situation where the noise could be distracting. These needles come in a number of lengths and sizes; they are available in 12, 16, 20, 24, 32, 40, 47, and 60 inch lengths, and in sizes 0 to 36 US.

I am really glad my friend shared her knitting secret with me. The Addi Turbo knitting needles speed up your knitting since they are light weight, are circular, have different needle sizes, top-quality tip material and excellent user-friendly directions. The company boasts that these circular knitting needles will have you knit faster. I found this to be very true when I used these knitting needles. In fact, I use them all the time now for all of my knitting projects.

Emily is a knitting enthusiast who loves to shop with the friendly people at Knitch for all of her knitting items, especially knitting needles .

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