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Hold onto your stitches with Susan Bates Extendable Stitch Holders they are a super nifty way to take your knitting on the go, or just store it, without worrying about loosing stitches.
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Oh boy, I have a fun new product to share with you today! The Susan Bates Extendable Stitch Holders in medium and large. They are a super nifty way to take your knitting on the go, or just store it, without worrying about loosing stitches.
I brought them to my knit and crochet group and they were a hit. Here we have Amy helping show off how to use the large. Amy is working with large dpn’s, first she lines up her needles.
Then she can slip them into the holder and close the holder around them.
Isn’t that nifty, dpn’s all safe and sound! Amy said she really likes the holder and would certainly use it!
Amanda and I got some step by step photos with the medium size. As before, the first step is to line up your needles.
Next you separate the two parts of the holder and slide the needles into the center part with your work coming out of the grove.
Now you slide the outer part over top as far as it will go (in this case, it closes all the way).
Ta-Da! Here we have Amanda with her project ready to go. Amanda is one of the co-owners of our LYS – Yarnia. If you are local, you should totally check it out!
Now these stitch holders are not just for dpn projects. Here we have my current project on straight needles in the large holder. You can see that I am using long needles so the case does not close all the way. However, thanks to those ridges, it is still nice and secure in the stitch holder. I told you they were nifty!
You can pick up your medium Extendable Stitch Holder HERE, and your large HERE.
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