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Pocket Knitter

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Pocket Knitter
www.bond-america.com
Provided by: Caron International
www.bond-america.com

Reviewed by Caitlin Eaton, Editor for AllFreeKnitting


If you love to knit on the go while you travel, but hate lugging around large knitting needles, why not try this handy Pocket Knitter from Caron International?  While traditional knitting can be painful for your joints, loom knitting is great for those suffering with carpal tunnel or arthritis.  The Pocket Knitter, which uses loom knitting techniques, takes convenience to an entire other level.  With just a seven-inch loom and matching stitch lifter, you’ll be able to create tons of accessories no matter where you are. 

 

Loom knit scarves, hats, purses, baby gifts, wristlets and more!  If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry; there are six free patterns included with the Pocket Knitter Kit.  And if you’ve never tried loom knitting before, there’s a handy step-by-step tutorial featured in the beginning of the pamphlet.  For quick knit projects, try knitting with two strands or more at a time.  To create larger projects like afghans, simply knit strips and seam together later.  You can also have fun experimenting with stripes, intarsia patterns, beaded knitting and much more!

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Feb 9, 2013

this product makes me want to try loom knitting. Is this available in Canada?

 

Feb 7, 2013

help! where can we purchase these?

 

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Feb 7, 2013

This is just the thing I was looking for. Something small to carry with me at all times, without a bag for of accessories. I would love to win one. Where can they be purchased for the granddaughters

 

Feb 6, 2013

This looks interesting. I have Fibro and sometimes knitting and crocheting can be painful and uncomfortable. Plus, I could take this on an airplane, where the knitting needles are a no go!

 

Feb 2, 2013

I want at least 2 or 3, these would be great to go on trips with!

 

Feb 1, 2013

I would love one of these. great to carry with you at all times. in the car, while you are waiting at an Md apt.or at the dentist while you are waiting for the novocaine to take affect. this would also be a great teaching tool. I want one !!!!

 

Feb 1, 2013

I waaaant one, or two, or more! This is one of those things about which you say "why didn't I think of this?" It would be a great teaching tool.

 

Feb 1, 2013

What a great idea! It would certainly be something new and challenging which I just about need to fight the winter blues.

 

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