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Nov 29, 2011 21:36:47   #
monel
 
I would like to ask Santa for a pair of knitting needles made in the USA. Does anyone know of a US company, and a small owned company would be great, that makes knitting needles?

I would really love to find wooden square needles sizes 7, 8, 9, and/or 10.

I start each morning with this site, and it just makes my day. Thanks to all the Knit and Crochet people who help me stay sane.
 
Nov 29, 2011 21:40:05   #
Sorlenna (a regular here)
 
http://www.signatureneedlearts.com/

I don't know if they make square wooden ones, but these are beautiful!
Nov 29, 2011 22:01:32   #
monel
 
Thanks, they are lovely, and I think they will look great in my stocking!
Nov 29, 2011 22:36:19   #
BrattyPatty
 
I was wondering myself why we have to pay so much for German made knitting needles when we have the steel capital of the world right here in the States. Good for you for requesting these :thumbup:
Nov 30, 2011 07:22:19   #
MBahre
 
Twin Birch Products they also ship outside the US
Nov 30, 2011 07:39:16   #
kayrein
 
monel wrote:
I would like to ask Santa for a pair of knitting needles made in the USA. Does anyone know of a US company, and a small owned company would be great, that makes knitting needles?

I would really love to find wooden square needles sizes 7, 8, 9, and/or 10.

I start each morning with this site, and it just makes my day. Thanks to all the Knit and Crochet people who help me stay sane.


IndianLakeArtisans.com
Handcrafted Hexagonal Needles, made in Michigan, USA. If you go to their Website they have a video explaining about the needles. They are quite pricey, but absolutely beautiful! I'm hoping to someday get a pair for myself.
Kay
 
Nov 30, 2011 09:11:01   #
monel
 
Thanks!
Nov 30, 2011 09:19:45   #
monel
 
The needles are incredible! I don’t think I can wait until Christmas….. Today is now officially a “Maggie Appreciation Day”. I am going to order a pair of those bad boys…. The ones with owls! Thanks!
Nov 30, 2011 09:24:51   #
JohnnyG
 
http://www.twinbirchproducts.com/index.html

Nice looking stuff - Made in USA and not outrageously expensive! I can NOT see spending $45 for a set of DPNs no matter how pretty.

John
Nov 30, 2011 09:32:54   #
monel
 
JohnnyG wrote:
http://www.twinbirchproducts.com/index.html

Nice looking stuff - Made in USA and not outrageously expensive! I can NOT see spending $45 for a set of DPNs no matter how pretty.

John


Thanks, I like that this site takes PayPal. I bet the needles feel very nice.
Nov 30, 2011 10:05:42   #
lslea
 
Dyakcraft.com, a Vermont company, has beautiful needles on its site. Just ordered a set but it will be about 12 weeks before they arrive. I'm expecting (hoping) they will be worth the wait.
 
Nov 30, 2011 12:01:36   #
MarySandra
 
Every part of Denise needles are made in the USA even the packaging. I have two sets and love them. Plus the price is great!
Nov 30, 2011 12:41:15   #
Passionetta
 
Monel ~ I am planning on buying a set of Knitters Pride, Symfonie (correct spelling ) Rose Circular needles for myself for Christmas. I think the set is around $90.00, but it's all I want for Christmas. They are square needles, and every review I have read makes them sound wonderful. I'm not so sure that you can buy them direct from Knitter's Pride. I think you have to find a shop that sells them, or ask the shop to order for you.
Nov 30, 2011 12:51:55   #
MarySandra
 
Passionetta wrote:
Monel ~ I am planning on buying a set of Knitters Pride, Symfonie (correct spelling ) Rose Circular needles for myself for Christmas. I think the set is around $90.00, but it's all I want for Christmas. They are square needles, and every review I have read makes them sound wonderful. I'm not so sure that you can buy them direct from Knitter's Pride. I think you have to find a shop that sells them, or ask the shop to order for you.


Yes but I think these are made in India and didn't she want needles made in the USA?
Nov 30, 2011 13:11:09   #
Passionetta
 
Mary Sandra ~ I have no idea where they are made. How did you find out they were made in India?
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