Can you knit with bent needles?
Knitting Needles can bend or warp
While warped needles can look a bit odd, they shouldn’t affect your knitting. The diameter of the knitting needle determines the size of each stitch, not the direction or angle you knit with. So warped knitting needles do not have to be replaced.
How do I straighten my knitting?
Place the cord of your knitting needles in the water, leaving the needles themselves sticking out. (This will give you something to grab them with when they’re done that isn’t hot and won’t burn your fingers.) Wait about 5 – 10 minutes for the cord to soften. Take the needles out carefully and wait for them to cool.
Why do bamboo knitting needles warp?
Wood will warp if it gets wet. You could even try steaming them to straighten them… or to adjust the bend to better fit your hands.
Do bamboo knitting needles wear out?
Most knitters want needles that are smooth yet not too slick. Bamboo knitting needles offer this perfect texture. They hold the yarns and the stitches don’t lose out of the needles.
How do you straighten Chiaogoo cables?
There’s no need to ever place a Red circular needle in hot/warm water to assist in straightening out cables so they can be used. The points on the Red stainless steel collection are wonderful!
How do I stop my circular needles from twisting?
A good trick for ensuring your stitches aren’t twisted is to lay the work down on a table after you’ve cast on and make sure all the stitches are facing the same way without a twist before you join in the round or start knitting.