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Not at all! All my knit­ting nee­dles and what­ever gad­gets I need fit in a pen­cil case. I can knit any­thing us­ing only what’s in there, other than the yarn. Now, that’s stored in many pleas­ing con­tain­ers that fit in well with my fur­ni­ture. Frances Lil­lie, via our Face­book group I seem to have so many knit­ting gad­gets…

If it is some­thing cute and new I have to get it. Sort of matches my yarn stash. Suzanne Rife, via our Face­book group I’ve got stitch hold­ers (like large safety pins) in tooth­brush tubes and stitch mark­ers in candy tins. I also keep my Chibi nee­dles in chew­ing gum tins and then put ev­ery­thing in a gal­lon zip lock bag when I need to take them on the road with me. Jeanette Holmes, via Face­book I set up a lit­tle bag with ev­ery­thing needed for a project. Most bags will have a re­pair hook, a tape mea­sure, snips, stitch mark­ers and a yarn nee­dle. My nee­dles are stored in three cases; bam­boo straights, other straights and cir­cu­lars. Beryl Westby, via Twit­ter I am a ter­ri­ble gad­get woman! When it comes to my craft gad­gets, I keep them in bags that I can grab and take with me when I travel. Karen Comer, via our Face­book group I have a plas­tic tool­box, straight nee­dles, a bis­cuit tin, DPNs and cir­cu­lars, a me­tal pen­cil case, darn­ing nee­dles, stitch mark­ers, and scis­sors… Pamela Woodro e, via Twit­ter Next month… “AL­WAYS KNIT­TING FOR OTH­ERS?” Tell us your opin­ion of our hot topic ques­tion on Face­book, Twit­ter or In­sta­gram! Con­tact de­tails can be found at the bot­tom of the page.

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