Pearls Knitting Needles
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Pearls Knitting Needles
Provided by Pearls
Reviewed by Audrey Huggett
Be it bamboo, wood, or plastic, there’s a go-to type of needle out there for every knitter; and knitters even have to step out of their comfort zone at times to try out a new type of needle. Among the plastic needles available, the Pearls knitting needles are some of the best you can find. I haven’t done a lot of knitting with plastic needles so I was excited to get a chance to review a pair of these luscious needles.Pearls are high-quality plastic knitting needles that are made in the USA, in Oregon, to be precise.
There are some definite advantages to knitting with plastic. The needles have a slight give to them, without being fragile, that allows the needle to curve around your hand. Compared to wood or metal the Pearls needles seem almost soft. Knitting with Pearls needles is a unique experience, totally unlike any other. I was surprised at what a difference the plastic made, and with the quality of the needles. I got the impression that the Pearls needles could stand up to quite a bit of use, certainly more than brittle bamboo needles, and still work just fine. Pearls needles are clearly sturdy without being rigid. The needles are a pearly white color, which is probably where the brand name comes from. Yarn actually looks quite beautiful when draped over these pale needles. Pearls needles are definitely a quality product that is worth looking into.
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