November 2, 2006
Knitting needles are like chef's knives. They come in several shapes and styles, each ideally suited to a specific technique or material.
This week I look at two knitting needle sets that, although both are made out of wood, perform quite differently. First, Lantern Moon Destiny circular needles made of rosewood and ebony in Vietnam, and then Blue Sky Five-Inch Double Points made in India of Surina wood from the Lal Kohla tree.
As you may discover, packaging isn't always the whole story.
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