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Knit Picks Yarn Ball Winder Crafting Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
🧶 Weaving & Spinning, 🧶 Crafting

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BrandKnit Picks
ColorGrey, purple
Item Weight0.71 Pounds
Item Dimensions LxWxH5.8 x 5 x 6 inches

Description of Knit Picks Yarn Ball Winder Crafting

WINDS YARN: This Knit Picks Ball Winder lets you transform yarn hanks and skeins into compact center-pull cakes that sit nicely while you knit and crochet. SIMPLE TO USE: Easily winds up to 100 grams or 3.5 ounces of yarn, from lace and fingering weights to worsted and bulky weights. QUICK ASSEMBLY: To use just attach to any table edge or surface up to 1-1/2" thick, twist on the spindle, position the guide arm and start winding!. EASY STORAGE: Removable spindle and a yarn guide arm that folds make for compact storage while still allowing quick and easy assembly. GREAT FOR CRAFTING: Lets you organize all types of wound yarn into usable cakes; use with Knit Picks Yarn Swifts for best results.


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Type of review

Revainrating 5 out of 5


I have it and faster at the same time. YAY! ADVANTAGES: Much easier and quicker to roll up than creating the ball by hand. I'm glad I bought it! The resulting cake is easy to USE when knitting (unlike a skein) as the cake stays in place when you pull on it. Runs smooth and quiet. The negative review states that it is not suitable for yarn picking. I had no problem fingering the yarn; It goes into the slots on the spool and holds up well. FOR SOME VS OTHER: The hole in the center of the cake is…

  • Quality construction
  • Socket required

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A few tips for those who have never seen them in action

I read about it and decided to buy one but the only cakes I've seen are the ones in stores right now like Joanne arrived last year. Year. The yarn seemed very tight to me and I remember trying to knit with yarn that had lost its elasticity so I read for a bad cake when I just let the ball roll on the floor and the eyelet tension eased up cared, reviews that you have to hold it between your fingers. The cakes came out nice, but they seemed fragile to me. no more leftovers rolling and tossing in…

  • Pleased
  • Obsolete model

Revainrating 3 out of 5

I'm in love. I roll my hands into balls.

Can't believe I didn't get something like this sooner. What has changed in the game! I'm in love. I roll my hands into balls that roll around when I knit/crochet. I took all these hand twisted skeins or strands that had come loose and twisted them all. Haven't tried it on a new ball of yarn yet but I'm sure it will be great. It seemed to me that there wasn't enough tension with just a metal lever, so I held onto the yarn as I unwound it and it was the perfect tension. To update! a crack here…

  • Best
  • Ugly packaging