Posts Tagged ‘marblz’


Saturday, September 6th, 2014

Our world is delightfully dappled and speckled with fragments of colour, the brighter the better.  Colour boosts our energy, improves our mood, increases productivity and for the most part we tend to create a personal association with a particular shade on the spectrum.  For a knitter, the artistry of the tools is equally as important as the beauty of the yarn and thankfully, we have come a long way from the dull grey plastic needles that were once the mainstay of our craft.  Enter a vibrant new generation of knitting needles, Marblz by Knitter’s Pride, reminiscent of those showy orbs swirled with colour that we carried to school in a drawstring pouch and played with at recess.  Manufactured from premium acrylic, Marblz needles are soft to grip, flexible, featuring the smoothest most well-honed points in the industry.  A clever hand churning method means no two needles are exactly alike in colour patterning, and the splashy array of hues makes for easy size recognition.

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The Marblz IC Collection

The Marblz IC Collection

This limited edition Marblz Collection will be available in October just in time for dropping little hints about gift ideas around the kitchen table. Sized from 3.50 mm to 8.00 mm and displayed in an elegant case complete with needle gauge, cord connector (plus a surprise gift), this special interchangeable set will cover all your knitting needs with cords varying in length from 60 to 100 cm.


Marblz Circular Needles

Marblz Circular Needles

As pretty as nail polish, these needles reflect the light in a mesmerizing assortment of tri-colour shades.  Knitter’s Pride has designed the all-new Marblz Circular needles in fixed and interchangeable sizes from 3.50 to 8.00 mm.  Now isn’t that a great way to test drive your favorite sizes?


Marblz by Knitters Pride

Marblz Single Point Needles by Knitter’s Pride

Marblz are also available now in single point sets, with both the ten and fourteen inch lengths, plus double point sets in six and eight inch lengths.