Carbonised needles 24.6cm
Carbonised needles 24.6cm here are a tool in hand knitting to produce knitted Fabrics. They generally have a long shaft and taper at their end. Their purpose is two-fold. The long shaft holds the active (unsecured) stitches of the fabric, to prevent them from unravelling, whereas the tapered ends are used to form new stitches
The most widely recognised form of needle is the single-pointed needle. It is a slender, straight stick tapered to a point at one end, with a knob at the other end to prevent stitches from slipping off. The knitting of new stitches occurs only at the tapered ends
These carbonised needles wooden single pointed needles pair of each size. Long length of 24.6 mm. The size of a needle is described first by its diameter and secondly by its length.
Because they are made of wood is allows it to be gently and friendly on your hands, wrists and arms.