Bryspun Knitting Needles – Your Complete Guide

Bryspun Knitting Needles, also known as Bryson Knitting Needles, due to Bryson being the name of the company that makes them, Bryson Knits. Despite the name, they make notions for not just knitting, but crochet, quilting, and needlework too.

They make their needles with smooth plastic, and they’re made locally in the USA, by a New Zealand Company. It was designed to be comfortable for people who have arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or hand pain. It received an endorsement of approval by the New Zealand Arthritis Foundation.

Here’s a complete guide to their range of flexible knitting needles.

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Bryspun Flexible Knitting Needles

Bryspun Straight Knitting Needles

Bryson Straight Knitting Needles

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Barnes Swallow Farm sells these knitting needles and has excellent customer reviews

Smooth, flexible, and an ideal length for all sorts of projects, but not so long as to be uncomfortable to use.

The tips are a concave shape, making it much easier to pick up and manipulate stitches, and more comfortable to use.

The seller, Barneswallow Farm, has many other options for these needles in their store.


  • Needle Sizes Available – US Size 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 10.5.
  • Total Needle Length – 10.5″
  • Made From – Smooth plastic


  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable to use for extended periods
  • Great for beginner knitters
  • Great customer service
  • Fast shipping


  • Some may not like the feel of plastic
  • Tends to have a bit of grip
  • Not suitable for speed knitters

Bryspun Double Pointed Knitting Needles

Bryson Double Pointed Needles
Barnes Swallow Farm sells these double pointed knitting needles and has excellent customer reviews

Smooth, and designed to be comfortable to use for people with hand strain, especially arthritis, are great for beginners or people who want something easy on the hands.

Good length for a wide variety of projects knitted in the round.

Note: Sold by the same seller on Etsy as the above product, they have many more options in size and length in other listings in their store.


  • Needle Sizes Available – US Sizes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10.5, and 11.
  • Total Needle Length – 11″
  • Comes In A Set of 5
  • Made From – Smooth Plastic


  • Affordable
  • Comfortable to be used for long periods
  • Designed to be easy on the hands
  • The tips are specifically created to make manipulating stitches easier
  • Friendly customer service
  • Good shipping speeds & rates
  • Great for beginner knitters


  • Has quite a bit of grip, some may not like that
  • More suitable for beginners rather than serious knitters
  • Some might not like how the plastic feels

Bryspun Circular Knitting Needles

While Bryson Knits does manufacture and sell circular needles, I couldn’t find any available online. They’re flexible needles that swivel at the join, with plastic cables and needle tips. Smooth, and affordable.

I will update this post if I find somewhere online that has them, but in the meantime, your best bet is a yarn store or similar crafts brick and mortar store. If you know of a place that has them online, please let me know in the comments.

Other Products Available From Bryspun

Cable Needle

Bryson Cable Needles
Barnes Swallow Farm sells these cable needles and has excellent customer reviews

A good, affordable choice for a cable knit project, they’re made of smooth plastic that holds the yarn well, preventing it from slipping off accidentally. With a straight, cylindrical shape like a toothpick, it’s tapered on both ends and has a slight dip in the middle to help the stitches stay.


  • Comes In A Pack Of Three
  • Made From – Smooth Plastic

Where Are Bryspun Needles Made?

They’re made in the USA by a New Zealander company, with locally sourced materials.

Where To Buy Bryspun Knitting Needles?

You can buy bryspun knitting needles online, in commerce stores like Amazon & Etsy, or at your local yarn store.

Hopefully, this post helped you discover yet another excellent range of products of needles for beginners, and those with hand pain, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Even if you don’t have these, they’re excellent, affordable needles.

If you’ve already used them, what do you like most about them?

Please let me know in the comments section below.

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