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Interchangeable Needles
Hello all...
So....For years I have been using the Boyd interchangeable needles. They were good enough for me because I was mostly knitting blankets. Now that I have expanded my horizons and want to make socks on one circular needles, and some lace shawls I have found that these needles no longer meet my needs. I have looked at the addi clicks, but have a hard time clicking them in. I also checked out the Hiya needles and the Knit Picks Nickel and Harmony needles. I was just wondering if y'all would give your opinions on these needles, so I may make a decision on which to purchase. I really like the Harmony wood and the nickel ones....I just cant decide which ones to buy! Thanks
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