AddiNovel - Ergonomic Lace Circular Knitting Needles

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ADDI premium circular knitting needles with a special NEW ergonomic design and lace tips for precision work - this new style of needle is of particular interest to anyone who finds gripping conventional needles uncomfortable and for those who suffer with arthritis in their hands.

The needle tips are square in cross-section, with smoothly rounded edges, so the flat sides will improve your grip, assisted further by a slightly textured, dimpled surface. The yarn glides effortlessly as you knit!

These needles are made with the quality shiny metal finish that you always expect from ADDI.
If allergies are a concern please note that these needles are NICKEL-FREE.
The cords are red lace cords.

Length of needle tips:
  • 40cm and 50cm needles - 9cm
  • 60cm needles or longer - 13cm
All sizes from 2.5mm to 8mm
in all lengths: 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 80cm, 120cm, 150cm (16", 20", 24", 32", 48", 60")

Prices from £7.45 to £10.00
Condition New
Product Code 717-7
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I absolutely adore these needles , I suffer badly with arthritis in thumbs ,fingers ,etc , and these needles allow me to continue my passion for using the smaller size needles , meaning from 2mm to 4mm at the most , I have tried so many brands of needles, now I intend to buy each size in different lengths, as and when I can afford too , I have given away all the other brands away , thank you for such a clever invention.

Georgina Bird | Sutton-on-sea | March 2024

Comfortable and lovely to knit with

I really like these needles and I knit a fair amount of socks on hands with significant nerve damage. I adore these. The only way they could be better was if they offered a 1.75mm version. No issues with rough joins and cords are nice and flexible.

Amanda U | Gloucestershire | October 2022

Nice to hold, shame about the join

First time using this style of needle, I'm 1/3 of the way into the shawl and the cable is slipping in and out of the needle end. I bought other sizes, I just hope the same doesn't happen to them.

Kirsty Ellis | Southampton | March 2020