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Old 04-27-2013, 10:40 AM   #1
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something I've been debating
For years...


Whether or not to get wooden or bamboo interchangeables. Can't decide...
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Old 04-27-2013, 10:47 AM   #2
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I just got the Knitter's Pride Dreamz and they are fabulous

I love bamboo but I think I am starting to love these more.
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As with all things knitting, needle preference is such a personal choice. I can only recommend going with whichever one feels best to you, and if possible test driving each kind before committing to a full set of either.
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I've decided that I'm going to get the Knitter's Pride Dreamz set. It's been since 2008 since I got a new set of interchangeables, so I figure it's about time. I was going to go with the KP Harmonies, but from what I've heard their tips are a lot blunter than what they used to be.
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dreamz are fantastic, very smooth- if my hiya's are busy, its the dreamz i grab
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I'd get a comby set with both first and find out which ones you like better then buy the set you enjoy more
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I'd get a comby set with both first and find out which ones you like better then buy the set you enjoy more
Yeah Impulsive me didn't do that. I am just gonna have to buy all three sets
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