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Think Big: Knitting Inspiration + Giveaway!


This month, we're thinking BIG! Our Basix needles come in large sizes and are just right for quick, chunky knits and fast felted projects! In today's blog post, we'll share some of our favorite patterns for big needles and give you a closer look at Basix. You'll also have a chance to win your choice of Basix needles this month!


Quick Knits with Chunky Yarns


Here are just a few project ideas for fast knits on big needles, many of which are available for free on Ravelry! Clockwise from top left: The Eleventh Hour Blanket from Purl Soho, Marian by Jane Richmond, The Road to Gimmerton, Pembroke Tank by Tara-Lynn Morrison, 40 Winks Basket by Hana Jason, and Pixie Necklace by Kate Oates.

Click here to view more project ideas for Basix needles on Pinterest!

Basix Giveaway

Our Basix needles are lightweight and available in double-point, single-point and fixed circular needle styles in a range of larger sizes.These perfectly-pointed, durable needles are ideal for chunky yarns. 

Get to know Basix below, then leave a comment on this post telling us which type you'd most like to try out. Don't forget to leave a way for us to contact you (email address or Ravelry ID will do just fine). We'll randomly select one winner to announce on Friday, April 26. Good luck!




Basix DPNS
Available in 8" length in US sizes 11, 13, 15, 17, 19 and 36.
Perfectly tapered points for easy stitch glide.



Basix Fixed Circulars
Available in 24", 32", 40" and 47" lengths in US sizes 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 36 and 50.
Smooth joins for snag-free knitting.
Resilient, flexible cords lay flat with no kink or twist.



Basix Single Point
Available in 10" and 14" lengths in US Sizes 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19.
Generous size end caps keep stitches firmly on needles.


Be sure to check back on Friday, April 26 to see who won this month's blog giveaway!

174 comments:

  1. I'd love to try the Basix Fixed circulars! :D

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  2. I use circular needles, fixed and interchangeable, almost exclusively. So I would love to try out the fixed circular Basix needles!
    Amalthia79@gmail.com

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  3. Basix Fixed Circulars - 47in US 50 - WOW - I have some pretty amazing sketches which would love to come to life. This is the first US 50 I have seen in that length! HUGE chunky blankets for our family, then world domination of chunky blanket madness. ;)

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  4. I'd like to try out the DPNs- I've never worked with large DPNs before!

    Erin.Lenseth@gmail.com

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  5. I would love to try the dpns. They look like they're smooth and easy to handle. My email address is darkangel2593@gmail.com

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  6. Hmm...I love fixed circulars more then anything. So I would love to try those.

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  7. The circular needles look like a lot of fun!!

    Rav Id: Karey64

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  8. What a nice giveaway! I would love to try the Fixed Circulars. I use circulars nearly exclusively now.
    adriennemac1 on Ravelry

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  9. Basics Fixed Circulars in size 17, 47 inches long!!
    SKerri13 on Ravelry

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  10. I would love to try the Basix Fixed Circulars in the size 15 with any cord lengths. My email is Kimmiehd@gmail.com Thank you.

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  11. well honestly id just love them all! they look like simply fabulous needles! but because the instructions state the one you'd really like to try, i think im dying over the fixed circulars, in the longer length, im not too worried about the size! i have some ideas for a beautiful afghan id love to test it on!

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  12. I would love to try the big Basix circulars like the 36 or 50s! krischouinard at ravelry

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  13. DPNS!!!!! Looks great! hswren at gmail dot com

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  14. Fixed circs please... this would be great for grand kid blankets!

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  15. I would love to try the fixed circular Basix.
    gbknitter-rav id

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  16. I always use circular needles so those basic fixed circulars would be my choice. I like to make a pillow with some yarn, maybe with more then one treath to make a thick one. So my choice would be size 36.
    Greetings,
    Beadasilva@kpnmail.nl

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  17. I realy like to try one of them! Like de circulars one to make infinit scarf! :)

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  18. wow... just wow...
    if i were to pick, i like the circular fixed... its easier to make afghans and grocery bags with the circular... thanks,

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  19. I'd love to win the Basix circulars. The Road To Gimmerton pattern you posted looks fun and now that I've successfully completed my first sweater (using Knitter's Pride Dream Needles) I'd love to try this one. The pattern calls for a US 19 so That's what I'd love to win. :) Ravelry ID: tracylee34

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  20. I'd love to win the fixed circs in a size 19, 36 or 50! (christycross1977@gmail.com)

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  21. I'd love to try out a pair of 47" size 19s!! My ravelry profile is: alliemh. I have a set of Dreamz interchangables and couldn't be happier with them!

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  22. I love knitting on big needles. Cannot wait to try the double points and the circulars.

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  23. i would love to try the fixed circulars.
    jrf1977

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  24. Oh the Basix DPN's look like they are just begging to knit socks!! I love a pointy needle and these look delightfully pokey!! Going to have to get a pair and try them out!!

    Ravelry ID: HillyDilly
    Couponhilly@yahoo.com

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  25. Would love to try the Basix Fixed Circulars. ^_^

    Bbrenda on Ravelry.

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  26. I would love to try the circulars in a big size. They look so smooth and flexible. I love knitting on circulars and have never seen them this large! I am Minniesgirl650 on Ravelry.

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  27. I would like to try the Basix Fixed Circulars. I'm still using the plastic circulars that are cumbersome when you get to the larger needles. My Ravelry ID is RebeccaMC. Thanks!

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  28. I would want the dpns for sure. rav id stepz23

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  29. I would love to try the circular fixed size 15, 32" that seems to be the perfect thing for some of the large, quick projects I have in mind.
    Jan Barnes
    janmbar@comcast.net

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  30. I have never tried such chunky style projects but they look so fun. The design results are interesting and beautiful. I was just speaking to a woman at my local knitting store about her chunky pet bed that she designed and she inspired me, to try one as well. I have an upcoming techniques class to teach for lace and cable stitches but after that having a set of these would be awesome for me to dip my toe into oversize chunky knitting! Thanks for sharing..my email address is mschrisshipley@gmail.com

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  31. Rav ID : elariel

    Actually I'd really love to try out the Basix crochet hooks, especially the larger hooks. My current largest is 9mm and is tacky plastic - would love to try a pretty wooden one!

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  32. I'm all for the circulars. Those look comfortable!
    glicklers@hotmail.com

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  33. I like the fixed circular that lay flat and no twists. would love to try them...
    vernoyc@gmail.com

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  34. The DPNs intrigue me. I only have small DPNs, but would love to try some chunky yarn!

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  35. I would love to try the circulars,these sound really nice. my email slyefox@ymail.com

    Thanks Pamela

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  36. Wow! I'm relatively new to knitting! I would LOVE to try out the Basix circular needles! I've found that they're my preferred choice of needles. I wonder at all the things I could knit with those?
    My Ravelry ID is LuvChylde. :D

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  37. I would love to try the circular needles.

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  38. I would love to try out your Basix Fixed Circulars. Kathy Knapp
    katnap75@yahoo.com

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  39. I would love to try the Basix fixed circulars. Have been doing a lot of hats, scarves and such! These look awesome! tamarashelley@gmail.com

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  40. Ihave been a knitter for over 30 years byt always on straights, I would love to try circular needles and Basixs look the way forward x

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  41. I'd most like to try out the fixed circulars. I love DPNs but circulars are more all-purpose.

    My RavID is starcr.

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  42. i would be interested in the circular needles! they look great! bythewoods@comcast.net

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  43. I'd love to try the fixed circulars in size 50....have just the yarn in mind to make a nice project!! (srmash@gmail.com)

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  44. The basix fixed circulars in 40" in size 50 would be awesome to make that cat bed :-) ravelryid: suzied2010

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  45. A fairly new knitter - am having fun knitting for family & friends - challenging myself to try new stitches/techniques. Sometime a little difficult, as I am a lefty who taught herself to knit right handed - because try as I might I couldn't figure out how to knit left handed. nanacelia7@gmail.com

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  46. I think I'd most like to try out some giant fixed circulars. Maybe even the biggest, like 47" size 50! I saw a tv show about picking a stitch pattern from a book and working it up on big ol' needles to hang on a wall. I'd love to try something like that.

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  47. these look really nice..i'd like to try the fixed size 11's

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  48. I'd use the dpns most.
    Ravelry: Crabbipatti

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  49. the fixed circular size 11's really interest me..my Ravelry name is PurlsBeforeSheep =)

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  50. I'd really love to try the Basix Fixed Circular in size 50 with the 47" length! I have a project in mind already for it! My Ravelry ID is: StarKat.

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  51. Would love to try these needles. Never used large wood ones. I'd like to see if they work betterthan metal

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  52. I would love to try the Basix double pt needles. I haven't found a type I really love yet. The 8" sounds like a good lenght.
    saus_altevers@yahoo.com

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  53. I'd like to try the Basix fixed circulars, I love all the other Knitters Pride needles!

    My Ravelry ID is KaityBeth

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  54. I've been wanting to try making a scarf with big needles. Thanks for the inspiration!

    ragtagjoy@gmail.com

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  55. OOH I would love to try Basix fixed circulars. I think working with circulars and bulky yarn would be so much easier than using the straights I have now. (RAV ID KnottyPixie)

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  56. I would love to try your Basix Fixed Circulars.
    I have a couple pair of circular needles that I hate to use because the cords on them are really stiff and get in the way. Your cords look so much more pliable. I hope I win a pair.

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  57. I would love the size fifteen DPNs ravelry name: pemberleyknits

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  58. I'd love to try the circulars! Knit-Wiht on ravelry

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  59. I'd love to try The Basix single point needles. They look lovely and pointy!
    Trina ........Ravelry I'd is cbaird25

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  60. I love this giveaway,thank you! and I would be very happy with the Circulars if I won :)
    buchta1us@yahoo.com

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  61. I would like to try the double point needles.
    Knittingdancer on Ravelry

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  62. the fixed circulars look awesome. id LOVE to try out the 47" size 50s, ive not been able to get/try that size needle yet. (although the couple larger SPNs are tempting too) ravelry-ID: webpixies

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  63. Great giveaway! I'd for sure try out the DPNS. Ravelry user: brandieslaugh

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  64. I use mostly dpn's and circulars so would try one of those!

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  65. I use circulars for almost everything, so I would like to try the circulars.

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  66. I'd love to try the Basix Fixed circular needles. can be contacted at anntempleton@bellsouth.net or on ravelry at Annfran25

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  67. I would love to try the circulars.....Love them all....RavelryID: tamarafish

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  68. i'd love to try the Basix Circulars needles. i love to make beani hat, circular will perfect for it. ntienee@yahoo.com.

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  69. I'd love to try these out! I would be happy to use either DPN's or Circular's. I love working with chunky yarn!
    davetamlindsey@comcast.net

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  70. Barbara Stenico12 April 2013 at 14:34

    I would love to try the Basix Single Point needles any size.

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  71. Ohhh! Great giveaway! I would love the circulars 32 inches in size 11!

    Sylviemom on Rav

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  72. I would love to try out a set of the circulars! I do most of my knitting in the round and have ample supply of bulky yarn ;)

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  73. Barbara Stenico12 April 2013 at 14:36

    Would love to try the Basix single point needles in any size

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  74. I almost always use circulars, so I would like to have the Basix Fixed Circulars in 24" length. ( I <3 knitting hats)

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  75. I would love to try the dpns ... I'm using the fixed circs now and love them. Ravelry id is mkladyjax

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  76. I really want to try the Basix fixed circular. I rarely use anything besides circular needles.

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  77. Would love to try the fixed circulars!! Ravelry id: bearybearco

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  78. The 10.5 metal circular needle I'm using on this sweater are driving me nuts-wanting to slip out of the first several stitches of each round ! I have the #6 knitters pride needles and they were nice to work with. Would love a circular in 11 or whatever size, or would use standard needles.alwaysbarb@aol.com Thanks

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  79. Basic fixed circulars, thanks for the offer! I already use and like my dpns and my carbon fixed circulars from Knitter's Pride.

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  80. I would be very happy to win this giveaway, Thank You. I am a great Knitters Pride fan and have 3 different sets of your needles even though I live in Australia, and am introducing all my friends to them too. nanapamela.

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  81. I think the fixed circulars would be wicked fun to use! I could knit myself a really cozy cardigan and wear it until it fell apart. :D Email is IrasciblePlatypus@gmail.com

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  82. Would love to try the circular needs. Want to try knitting with t-shirt yarn & need some large needles :) Ravelry ID is lyn61

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  83. How very generous! I like them all, but the circulars re my cup of tea. I do mast things on them. However the double pointed peaks my interest as well, for the shawls that start with them.

    Cognizantamiga -- rav id

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  84. Would love to try the Basic fixed circulars!!
    Thanks
    Brenda
    baryan@shaw.ca :)

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  85. I love the fixed circular. I love the cowl gorgeous!

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  86. I'd love to try the fixed circulars! Ravelry ID is incoh.

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  87. I'd love to try the circulars!

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  88. I've never worked with DPNs before - would love to try some out. SoulSearching on Rav

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  89. I would love to try the 50 cirulars with 47 inch cord... I am new to knitting and I have seen some patterns that require it for my easy lace one skein shawl... can't wait to try it...

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  90. I would love to try the circulars and make myself a big, squishy cowl. Thanks for such a great giveaway.

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  91. Fixed Circle Is My Pick
    ShirleyFrance1@Gmail.com

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  92. I would love to try out the fixed circular Basix needles! RavID = KatrinKott

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  93. Would love to try the fixed circulars. dbendel on ravelry

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  94. I would like to try the single points.

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  95. I would love the circulars in size 13 to make the Churchmouse Shoulder Cozy.
    Thanks! green-olive on Ravelry.

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  96. The circulars in size 13 would be perfect my upcoming project, Churchmouse Shoulder Cozy.
    Thanks, green-olive on Ravelry!

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  97. I've been wanting to make the Shoulder Cozy Churchmouse pattern so the size 13 circular would be perfect. Thanks, green-olive on Ravelry

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  98. Ummmm All of the above :)
    jpscraps@gmail.com

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  99. Fixed circulars are my favorite. I've been trying to teach my 8 year old to knit using bigger sized straight needles but I don't have any circulars above an 8 to teach him in the round so the 11's would be fantastic for us both. canamaha@yahoo.com

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  100. I'd love to try the Basix circulars in a size 19. I've been dreaming of tons of super chunk knitting lately! HippySticks67@gmail.com

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  101. I would be happy to own any of them. A knitting I will go!!!

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  102. The basic fixed circulars.
    dlpbentley2@comcast.net

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  103. Would love to win some circulars.

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  104. I would so like to try the double pointed needles.
    Knitsbythebook on Ravelry

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  105. I would love to try the fixed circular in a 47" small size for knitting socks... love my socks. lasigs@shaw.ca

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  106. I would love those circulars because they don't make my carpal tunnel flare up like th longer needles can.

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  107. The circulars would be my choice - And would be interesting to try - I mostly knit socks on size 1, so I'd feel like I was knitting with the big guys! I'm greyknitter on Rav!

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  108. I absolutely love the instant gratification you get with large needles YUM. I would love the fixed circs US 36 would be grand!! I am sweetdrk1 on Rav! :)

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  109. I'd like to try some circular needles. I always have trouble with moving syitches around circulars and id love a solution! im Garnetteardrop on Ravelry.

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  110. I am trying to get more into knitting, so I would love to try any of the Basix needles! Maybe the big ones for a start?

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  111. Size 11 in a 47" circular would be it for me.
    marrinan55@yahoo.com

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  112. I would love to try the circulars. Size 50 in a 47in length . . . I feel a squishy cabled lap blanket coming on! (leahjane128@gmail.com)

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  113. I'd love to try the straights!! gracye216@gmail.com

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  114. Love the pointy dps! Can't get enough pointy needles in my life.

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  115. Fixed circulars - lace on a grand scale. Literally.
    RavID: RodeoKnits

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  116. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd like to win the 10" single point type. I volunteer at a seniors' care home for their knitting group, and these would be a rewarding donation to the group's supplies. The large size would be easy for them to hold, and the large cap and wood material would prevent stitches from falling off.

    knittingwithwords on Ravelry

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  117. The circular needle would be perfect for my next project - an Einstein coat.

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  118. I ordered a set of your interchangeable circulars off yarn.com a week or so ago (they were on sale, I got a heck of a tax refund, things happen...). I wasn't entirely sure what to expect, as I've never knitted with any of your needles before, but WOW! I love these things!

    I'd also really love the circular Basix - I've so much beautiful bulky and super bulky yarns I never seem to know what to do with! So these would be wonderful for me, haha. My Ravelry handle is nanslice, and you can also e-mail me at asfriedhr AT gmail DOT com!

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  119. I ordered a set of your interchangeable circulars off yarn.com a week or so ago (they were on sale, I got a heck of a tax refund, things happen...). I wasn't entirely sure what to expect, as I've never knitted with any of your needles before, but WOW! I love these things!

    I'd also really love the circular Basix - I've so much beautiful bulky and super bulky yarns I never seem to know what to do with! So these would be wonderful for me, haha. My Ravelry handle is nanslice, and you can also e-mail me at asfriedhr AT gmail DOT com!

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  120. Your interchangeables are my go to needles. I would love to try the size 50. I'm sure they are "dreamz," too. ldermes@verizon.net

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  121. I'd most like to try the BIG circulars - love the chunky look of the kitty bed in the pictures, and that would make a wonderful afghan or throw.

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  122. Zomg. Those Basix fixed circulars look amazing! I'm quite fond of chunky knits and these would be a perfect addition to my needle collection! I've even made Colour Affection in chunky yarn!

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  123. I would love to try out the fixed circular Basix needles!
    They look super slick!
    - Tina

    crkh@outlook.com

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  124. The fixed circulars are something I would use like crazy!

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  125. Basix Fixed Circulars! US 11, 24"

    Ravelry- jacktastic7

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  126. I would like to try any of those in a size 50. The largest needles I've ever worked with were 17s, so I think it'd be fun to try out the huge ones!

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  127. Would love to try these needles. Thanks for the chance.

    sherryglover1 on Ravelry

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  128. I would love to win the Basix fixed circulars! I use circulars for just about every single project! marycarlaprine@gmail.com

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  129. I really like the look of the Basix Single Point.

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  130. Lovely needles! I'd love to try the fixed circulars.

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  131. I'd like to try the size 50 circulars 47"
    Ravelry ID: jfunbio

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  132. I would looove to try these! elisabeth_77@yahoo.com

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  133. I think the circulars interest me the most.
    rav: abhall76

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  134. I'd love to try the Basix Fixed Circulars!
    -Pixiqueen on Ravelry

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  135. I'd like to try the fixed circular needles. I love your other products!

    Darlene

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  136. I would love to try the DPNs.

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  137. Big Fat fixed circulars! Love fat knitting! <3 Ravelry ~ Jlaskey1

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  138. The basic double point needles look intriguing

    Lisa11 on ravelry

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  139. My favorites are circulars so I'd love to try the Basix Fixed Circulars (cnuland on Rav)

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  140. I use circular needles almost exclusively. I can't imagine ever using anything larger than a 15. Rav ID is craftycarol9

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  141. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those big circular needles! Oh what fun I could have with a set of those!!!! GroovyGlitterGirl at Ravelry :-)

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  142. I'd most like to try the fix circs as I do almost everything, except socks, on circs...
    rav id is samantha

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  143. Those circs look amazing! It's so hard to find them in larger sizes. NotoriousJWC on Ravelry

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  144. I have been in need of some 50's and Circulars would be awsome.

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  145. I have been in need of some 50's, circulars would be awesome.

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  146. OMG I LOVE BIG BIG needles, these are awesome!!! ...and YAY big DPNS!!! ;) Rav ID Pmpknpunk

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  147. I would love to win the Basics needles. In a home with five women we can never have enough Basics needles!

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  148. Oooh... I'd love to try the DPN's - I just started spinning, and they'd make LOVELY baby hats with chunky handspun!

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  149. I'd LOVE the fixed circulares!!! Love wood needles and the larger sizes are so hard to come by in nice materials.

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  150. Love circulars and want to try the new ones!

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  151. I'd love to try the size 36 40" circulars! Those sound fantastic. Rav yarnsandstorys

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  152. I'm a circular needle kind of gal and would love to try the Basix Fixed Circulars. email is ariane_paradice@yahoo.com or Rav ID is mskirky0209.

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  153. I would love to try the 47" circulars in either 19 (hats and cowls) or 50 (so I could actually finish a blanket for my husband!). My Ravelry ID is WickedLittleHigh.

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  154. I'd love to knit something big and chunky using the circular needles. Maybe a cozy bath mat? (ravelry ID is marvelousmrsp)

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  155. I would love to try the fixed circular needles! :)
    miyavilove @ gmail.com

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  156. I would love to try the straights, I love the way they look and I don't have a lot of straights.

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  157. I'd like to try out the Basix Fixed circulars in Size 36 with a 40" or 47" cable. Can't wait to start some chunky knit wraps and scarves!

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  158. I would love to try the fixed circulars! I only have a few in large sizes, and they're not much fun to work with. :( make_me_071@hotmail.com

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  159. I would love to try the Basix Fixed circular in size 36 with a 40" or 47" cable. Can't wait to start knitting up some chunky wraps and blankets! Ravelry ID is jminarik :D

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  160. I'd love to try the dps. The larger suzes would give me an easy way to stash bust and make lots of quick knit hats or our church's free store. Winter will be here again way too soon. NanaKnits4Us on Ravelry.

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  161. I would love to try the fixed circulars! Rav-Pineymtncrochet

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  162. I am currently knitting with Knitters Pride circular #5 32" for a spring scarf. I would love to have the Double Point needles to make a pair of socks.I have alot of needles, but I like Knitters Pride THE BEST!!!!!! Thank You for A GREAT PRODUCT!!!!

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  163. Wow! I have a pile of yarn waiting for some big circular needles!

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  164. The basic snag free, with the cord, sounds like it might be a good idea for beginners??

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  165. WOW! 47" circs!! I'd LOVE to try these! :)
    There's a blanket in my head waiting to meet these needles!! (for the Linus blanket charity, of course).

    ravelry's 'furrball'

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  166. I love the clean look of the Basix, and chunky to boot. :) Gotta get me some of these.

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  167. I NEED a set of fixed circs in 15!!! I really hope I win!
    My email address is nicole at knitnicoleknit dot com
    -Nicole
    Knit, Nicole, Knit!

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  168. I have several large size circulars but I haven't come across any DPs to match. A pair of these sounds heavenly!

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  169. These are the neatest needles I've ever seen. I would love to see the fixed circular's in person and try them out. Fingers crossed I win the contest...never won anything :-)
    Vanessa Arnold
    vanessaarnold062202@yahoo.com

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