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Child's knitting needles, 17cm, 4.00mm, yellow

 

Code No. 12184020


  • Knitting needles for children in various colours

  • Needles, which are easy to bend, with rounded points

  • Knitting needle gauge marked on the head

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For little knitting enthusiast and those, who want to learn: the children's knitting needles are... more

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For little knitting enthusiast and those, who want to learn: the children's knitting needles are 17 cm in length and come in gauges 3.00 to 4.50 and have been specially designed for children's hands or smaller knitted items. The knitting needle shaft is available in various colours to make knitting even more fun. The children's knitting needles are made from light, but sturdy plastic, to reduce significantly the risk of injury. The points are also slightly rounded. Their light weight makes for effortless knitting. The gauge of the needle is marked on the black head.

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Product Child's knitting needles, 17cm, 4.00mm, yellow
Content 2 pieces
Productinformation Single-pointed knitting needles
Selling Unit card
Function Knitting
Detail Color yellow
Material plastic
Dimensions Ø 4.00mm, 17cm
Sales Unit Amount 2 pieces
Article ID 218402

Child's knitting needles

Item name Dimensions Color Material Sales unit Sales unit amount Article ID
Child's knitting needles, 17cm, 3.00mm,red Ø 3.00mm, 17cm red plastic card 2 pieces 12184000
Child's knitting needles, 17cm, 3.50mm, blue Ø 3.50mm, 17cm blue plastic card 2 pieces 12184010
Child's knitting needles, 17cm, 4.00mm, yellow Ø 4.00mm, 17cm yellow plastic card 2 pieces 12184020
Child's knitting needles, 17cm, 4.50mm, green Ø 4.50mm, 17cm green plastic card 2 pieces 12184030

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