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Lykke Grove Interchangeable Circular Needle Set 3.5 Inch

$90.00

Description

Named after the Norwegian word for happiness, Lykke Crafts combine high quality materials and thoughtful design to produce beautiful, durable, happy-making knitting needles. Made of strong bamboo the needles are very smooth and light. With their warm character, the needles are very easy on the hands and the eyes and are a pleasure to work with.

Set includes:

  • 9 durable pairs of needles sizes from US 3-10.5
  • 4 cords (2 of 16" and 1 each of 20 & 24")
  • 2 connectors, 4 keys and 8 stoppers
  • Packed in a beautiful, high quality case in either Natural Jute or Green

Product Detail Info

Brand:
Lykke Crafts
Type:
Interchangeable
Material:
Wood
Length:
3.5

Lykke Grove Interchangeable Circular Needle Set 3.5 Inch

$90.00
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  • 5
    Title of review 409228

    Posted by Store Owner on Dec 16th 2020

    We're so glad to hear you like them! If you can determine if it is a defective tip or defective cord, Lykke is great about replacement parts! Here is a form on their website if you decide to go that route: http://www.lykkecrafts.com/return-form/

  • 5
    Title of review 408921

    Posted by Lenora Owens on Dec 14th 2020

    I bought these as a christmas present to myself a few days ago and I haven’t put them down since! They’re the first set of interchangeable needles I’ve had, so I can’t speak to how they compare to other brands, but I can definitely say that they are a good investment. The only issue that I’ve had is one side of one of the 16” cords comes loose from the attached needle pretty easily, so I have to keep twisting it in every round or so. But it hasn’t come all the way off yet, so I don’t think it’s much of an issue.