December 7, 2022

Knit Extension Cords

  • Three colored cords and a silver tin.
  • Three colored cords inside a silver tin.

Ever tried on a sweater in progress?

You’ve got a few options…
-Slide your stitches onto the LONGEST circular needle you own and hope it is long enough so you don’t lose your stitches.
-Combine multiple cords together into a franken cord and hope they hold.
-Take a needle and waste yarn and slip every single stitch off the needle and onto the yarn


Try our new Knitting Extension Cords!
Slide the tip of these hollow tube cords onto the tip of your needle and you’ve instantly got a cord extension. The slightly stretchy silicone material grips the needles tightly, preventing it from accidentally slipping off (even if it’s only on the very tip).

Then simply slide as many stitches onto your extension cord as you need to be able to try on your work, then slide them back when you’re ready to knit again.

Use them to:
Try on a work in progress
As a stitch holder for live stitches
Spread out your knitting for Instagram-worthy photos
Spread out your knitting to accurately check gauge

Set of Three 60″ cords sized to fit your needles perfectly:
– Light Blue – Small (up to US 4)
– Teal – Medium (up to US 8)
– Purple – Large (up to US 15)

November 15, 2022

Have you tried a chain row counter?

  • Holiday charms on a numbered chain.
  • A purple penguin on a numbered chain.

The perfect row counter so you can just knit.
– No stopping to pick up a pen and make a hash mark
– No forgetting to click the clicker
– No searching for a lost Post-It
– No unlocking your phone every row
– No digging through your bag for your missing counter
– No re-counting or frogging over and over
– No more second guessing
Just knit.

And the festive season collection is here and ready to help you with your gift knitting list! It’s always easier with a happy row counter, right? 😀