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Addi | addiCalibro | Wooden Stitch Gauge Set | 535-2

Addi | addiCalibro | Wooden Stitch Gauge Set | 535-2

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Never Measure Twice Again

 

Are you tired of guessing needle sizes?

Do your favorite knitting needles lack size markings, or have the markings faded over time?

This handy set includes two beautiful, natural wood gauges to ensure you always have the right needle for the job.

  • Gauge 1: This sock-shaped gauge features holes to measure circular knitting needles (including Addi Novel needles) in sizes ranging from 1.50mm to 15.00mm.
  • Gauge 2: This versatile gauge not only measures crochet hook sizes but also doubles as a ruler, featuring both centimetres and inches up to 24cm.

Benefits:

  • Accurate and Easy-to-Use: Simply insert your needle or hook into the appropriate hole for a precise measurement.
  • Versatile: Measures both knitting needles and crochet hooks.
  • Durable: Made from high-quality birch wood plywood for long-lasting use.
  • Natural and Stylish: The beautiful wood construction adds a touch of elegance to your craft supplies.

 

Indulge your hands in the Addi Difference.

 

 

       


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