Cocoknits – Ruler and Needle Gauge Set

19,80

Cocoknits – Ruler and Needle Gauge Set

19,80

Cocoknits – Ruler and Needle Gauge Set is designed to be used with the Maker’s Board, the handy Ruler and Gauge are also useful on their own. Magnets are embedded (without glue) in the back of each tool so they attach to the Maker’s Board or any metal surface.  In addition to measuring and checking knitting needle sizes, these tools can be used as straight edges on the Maker’s Board to help track patterns and charts. Plastic-free, they are made of PLA (plant fiber, 100% biodegradable plant fiber, not water-soluble) in a charming speckled linen color.

  • Ruler is 8” x 1” / 20 cm x 2.5 cm – with 3 embedded magnets
  • Needle Gauge is 9.875” x 1.375” / 25 cm x 3.5 cm – with 4 embedded magnets
  • Measures needle sizes US0-17 / 2 mm – 12 mm including 2.5mm, 3mm, 7mm and 12mm
  • Made from 100% fiber waste called polylactic acid, which is made from fermented plant starch such as corn, beets, or sugar cane.  It is 100% biodegradable, not water-soluble, and contains no plastic.
  • The PLA is formed around the magnets, no toxic glue was used to secure them and they won’t come out!

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“Cocoknits is based in Oakland, California. We are a small team of women who love to make things and love supporting other creative people and businesses. We believe all Makers should have beautiful, high-quality, tools to use in their craft.

Cocoknits founder, Julie Weisenberger, learned to knit and completed her first sweater in college while studying abroad in Salzburg, Austria. She has been knitting and designing ever since. In the 1980s she ran her own knitwear company; in the 1990s she designed sweaters for yarn companies and magazines; and in 2007 she founded Cocoknits.com, her own pattern and tool company.

Over the years she has developed and perfected a unique top-down, seamless method of sweater knitting called the Cocoknits Method, and created a line of tools that make the process of knitting and Making easier and more beautiful. For the past decade Julie has been teaching classes throughout the United States and in Europe on the Cocoknits Method and selecting flattering knitwear styles for different body proportions. She lives in Oakland, California.”

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