Notions

Notions

Tools of the trade

Notions can be labelled as tools of the trade. Clever accessories that can enhance your knitting process and make all aspects easier from project bags, stitch markers, row counters to foldable scissors and more!


Row Counters

Stitch Markers

Sock Rulers

Needle & Stitch Holders

Knitters Pride Wool Needles

Wool Needles

Wool Needles are used for tying ends to complete your project in a professional manner. Knitter’s Pride Wool Needles are made of aluminium and have blunt ends to avoid injury. They’re perfect for all yarn types, especially bulky and super bulky yarns. The cord eye makes threading the yarn easy! The set includes three needles in sizes US 1, 2, 3 (2.25, 2.75, 3.25mm).

Yarn Guide

Keep yarns untangled and at an even tension while working on a colowork project. This polypropylene yarn stranding guide is worn on the tip of your finger, and will work for English or Continental knitters. To use, open the lid, and you will see four channels for yarn. Lay a strand of yarn in any of the channels, and snap the lid closed to secure. One size fits all.

Yarn Guide Example
Notions | Rainbow Knit Blockers

Blocking Tools

Blocking tools and fabric care are the final step in your creative process. Help your finished garments look their best with our great selection of blocking tools and fabric care accessories. Open up cables, ribs and lace with blocking mats and pins. Stain removers and wool washers will help ensure your project wears and looks great.

Repair Hooks

Knitter’s Pride Repair hooks are a must-have accessory for all knitters and crocheters. Repair fallen and dropped stitches with perfect ease. The laminated birch wood repair hooks have a hook on one side and needle on the other, and come in a set of three: E (3.5mm), 7 (4.5mm) and I (5.5mm)

Darning Egg | Notions

Darning Eggs

Use this classic darning egg to mend the wear and tear of your favorite socks. The darning egg holds the textile being darned firmly, so that the darner can focus on making even, tight stitches. It can also be used at the end of a knitting project to firm up and even out tension. For socks especially, finishing with a darning egg can ensure that the stitches at the very end of the toe are tight and even, blending in with the rest of the knitted sock.

Notions Gallery