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"dicards":1saxvoch wrote: Very interesting Annette. I had to give up knitting because it was too painful, but I don't think I could afford a whole set at present. May just buy a couple of sets for a cardigan pattern I have wanted to knit for ages and see how I go.
"MrsN":2vjpnwem wrote: I have the pro knit needles too Annette. My kit was the value one, I just couldn't bear to part with so much for the karbonz, and I paid about £40 for the initial set. I have had to add to it with the smallest needles but i have to admit it does revolutionise the whole knitting experience.
If you are a knitter and have trouble due to arthritis like Annette and myself I would definitely recommend these.
"Mary E":2aegcvva wrote: I have Knit pro soft grip crochet hooks and they are streets ahead of any others I am gradually replacing my hooks as they are so much better and more comfortable to use , I don't knit as my carpel tunnel problem put paid to knitting but I find crocheting quite OK. Glad you found the needles and love them Annette Mary x