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🧶 Silvalume 11193: Straight, 10-Inch Knitting Needles – Superior Quality for Precision Crafting Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
💉 Knitting Needles, 🧶 Knitting & Crochet

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BrandSusan Bates
Color3 Pair
Number of Pieces1

Description of 🧶 Silvalume 11193: Straight, 10-Inch Knitting Needles – Superior Quality for Precision Crafting

Silvalume needles have the broadest range within the Susan bates family of knitting needles. Made of lightweight aluminum. Each silvalume needle undergoes a special anodizing process that etches away all surface impurities. Each needle is heat treated for strength and durability and polished for a velvety smooth finish. The knobs feature a no-roll design and the us and metric sizes are clearly printed on the knob.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent needles!

Required for complete set. Knit very smooth. Allows me to maintain an even tension. I've always liked aluminum spokes. Susan Bates is a great brand.

  • Regular price
  • For old

Revainrating 4 out of 5

They are so easy to work with and feel very good.

They are so easy to work with and feel great in your hands. I also don't mind the sound they make when they ring the bell together. However, the project shouldn't be much longer than necessary since the yarn slides on them much easier than on wooden needles.

  • Finally bought
  • Everything is fine

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Knitting Needle Collection

A good range of knitting needles in different sizes to suit all knitting needs. The case offers convenient storage space and allows you to quickly see what's inside for easy size selection. Sizes are clearly marked and come in a variety of colors to choose from.

  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • Weight

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Strong and durable. - Knitting and Crochet

I bought these for my grandmother who wanted to knit but has scleroderma and somewhat limited arm movement. I was afraid she wouldn't be able to grab them but they are just the right size for her. They are durable, affordable and Coats & Clark is well respected in the textile industry. I use many of their items for needlework and sewing/quilting. I have an older version of these same needles. They haven't reinvented the wheel here, but this is a classic worth adding to your collection.

  • Worth the money
  • Secret

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Very good for learning

I'm relatively new to knitting. I learned a little when I was a kid, but I never learned enough to be competent. Picked up recently. I decided to try a few different types of needles. Bamboo was useful initially because I didn't have much control. They soon became too slow for me, even though they were waxed. I decided to try them because I needed light but big needles for bulky yarn. They worked great. They're definitely not too sharp, so if you're the person pushing the needle to remove a…

  • Price
  • Little things

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Large needles

A few months ago I started knitting again. Several years have passed. I'm the guy who prefers metal needles to other materials because your work glides so well when you work with them. This is what I learned and I find it the easiest. In addition to these large sizes, mainly for voluminous and somewhat "fluffy" threads. Great for some of the scarves I've made so far. Nice for anything that's more yarn. If you like metal needles these are great and at a great price. Recommend needle stoppers for

  • Elegant design
  • Long delivery time

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Slippery, which can be good or bad.

Excellent, light and strong. They make a very pleasant noise when knitting. The ONLY downside to using these needles (and that says nothing about these specific needles, just metal needles in general) is that there is no friction for the stitches already cast on. This isn't a bad thing when knitting, it even makes the chain stitches very smooth. The problem is that if you put off knitting to go to the toilet or somewhere else, the needle will fall out of the loops completely. It might not be as

  • Highly rated by testers for grip and durability
  • Not as thick as other picks