Clover Needle Accessories

La Bien Aimée

€3.90
Without VAT: €3.25

La Bien Aimée is excited to provide these Clover needle protectors, cases, and gauges to help you look after and organise your needle collection!

 

Point Protectors

There is nothing more frustrating than picking up your knitting project and discovering that your stitches have slipped off your needle. Thanks to these Clover silicon rubber point protectors, you never need to worry about falling stitches again! These point protectors come in two sizes:

- Small (green), for needle sizes 2mm (US 0) - 4.5mm (US 7)

- Large (purple), for needle sizes 3.5mm (US 5) - 6.5mm (US 10)

 

Double Pointed Needle Protectors

If you've ever found yourself digging around in your needle stash to find your double pointed needles, then these double pointed needle protectors are the perfect organising accessory for you!

These soft and elastic silicone rubber sheep hold up to 5 needles in place at once, allowing you to keep your needles in one place during projects or while storing them. Each set contains 2 point protectors suitable for up to 5 needles sized 4mm (US 6) - 6.5mm (10.5mm)


Knitting Needle Tube Case

Protecting your needles is equally important as protecting things from your needles. That's why this light, compact, and portable tube case is the ideal way to store your knitting needles up to 35cm (14").

As if that weren't enough, this case even has a bottom compartment where you can store accessories like buttons, stitch markers, yarn needles and more! This case comes in 2 colors, green and purple (please note: this product does not include needles or accessories)

 

Knitting Needle Gauge

Have you ever picked up a pair of needles to begin a project and realised the size isn't marked on the side? With this needle gauge you will never again have doubts about your needle sizes.

With a 3 inch ruler at the bottom, this bobble hat shaped needle gauge is made from flexible plastic, so the ruler canbe used to measure curved surfaces. Be careful though, as bending this gauge excessively or forcing a needle through a hole that is too small may cause the material to warp.