Susan Bates Knit Chek

Susan Bates Knit Chek


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  • Ideal for all knitting projects

Here's a handy way to keep your project on track. Knit-Chek features an inch and centimeter ruler, a knitting needle and crochet hook gauge, and a row and stitch-to-the-inch gauge.

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Susan Bates Knit Chek is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A fine device, but metal has its drawbacks here This does what it says -- an easy way to check gauge, and will help identify the size of unknown needles (it has a reasonable, but not comprehensive, range of sizes). It is metal -- which is nice in some ways, but bad in at least two ways -- it will bend & crimp if it, say, accidentally gets stepped on or otherwise abused, and it can scratch your needles as you check their sizes if you're not careful. I prefer my old plastic one that came with a Susan Bates learn to knit kit.
Date published: 2007-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy tool For those who want to limit the number of knitting gadgets, this doubles as a needlesizer & gauge ruler. Made of metal, there is concern for using the needlesizer with softer needles, such as bamboo & wood. As long as it's not exposed to anything it can scratch in your bag, it's a very good gadget. Handy when checking the gauge since there is a little window to check the number of stitches.
Date published: 2004-10-16
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