Fixed Circular 24"/600mm
24" from tip to tip, these needles are useful for cowls, sweaters, shawls, scarves and many other items.
For working flat, it's one of Lisa's favorite lengths - just enough cord to hold stitches, but not so much that it gets in the way.
Driftwood is a birch needle from Lykke (pronounced "like"). Wood is warm to the touch. These needles are slick, but not slippery, and have a nice point. Many Darn Yarnian's enjoy using the Driftwood line, they're a pleasure to work with.
- Grove needles are made by Lykke. They're made of bamboo, which is lighter than wood, but durable.
- Kollage Square are made of aluminum in Canada. They have sharper points. Being metal, they are on the slippery side. Yes, they really are square. Many find the square shape to be easier on their hands and helps create more uniform stitches and comfortable knitting.
- Smartstix by Knitter's Pride are aluminum needles that are marked in 1" increments, making them handy for all sorts of knitting tasks. These are also color coded, all 24" are blue. They're a bit newer to the scene, but quickly becoming a favorite of many Darn Yarnians.