Furls Knitting Needles: Great Wood Straight Needles

By Jodie Morgan | Updated: | Published:

Furls knitting needles are perfect for beginners, experienced knitters, or anyone wanting a luxurious experience crafting.

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I reviewed and updated this post on August 22, 2022.

Furls Knitting Needles

This is the first knitting needle Furls Fiberarts has produced. The company creates beautiful tools for knitting and crochet.

A great place to buy knitting needles online.

Furls Knitting Needles

With this ultralight experience, you get from the woods, you’ll never want to go back to plastic.

The needle bodies are made from dense hardwoods and nonporous aluminum. 

(Unfortunately, straight needles are the only type Furls sell. They don’t have circular needles.)

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  • Teak – 5mm (US 8), 5.5mm (US 9), 6mm (US 10), 6.5mm (US 10.5)
  • Rosewood – 5mm (US 8), 5.5mm (US 9), 6mm (US 10), 6.5mm (US 10.5)
  • Padauk – 5mm (US 8), 5.5mm (US 9), 6mm (US 10), 6.5mm (US 10.5)

Length – 10″

Made From

  • Teak (Ebony and Aluminum trim and details)
  • Rosewood (Ebony and Aluminum trim and details)
  • Padauk (Ebony tips and end)

The ebony and aluminum styling, the ebony tips, and the teak body make these beautiful tools.

They’re dense hardwoods, so minimal snagging for yarns.

Handcrafted to perfection for a beautiful knitting experience. Finished to a smooth surface so they glide through the yarn.

The mm size is engraved on the bottom for easy identification.

They have many sizes to suit your project needs. They’re lightweight, so less strain on your hands and wrists

They won’t accidentally break when you’re on the go! 

A perfect combination of pointy yet rounded tips for smooth, fast knitting but avoids splitting the yarn.

The inlay decorations can catch the yarn, but if you knit loosely, it shouldn’t be a problem.

Shorter than what you may expect, but they’re still very comfortable to use.

Some found the wood splinters, but that’s rare.

Use these to create simple scarves to complex sweaters.

How do you find wooden knitting needles? I’d love to hear your thoughts. Leave a comment below.

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Author: Jodie Morgan is a passionate knitter and blogger with 40+ years of experience currently living in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Taught by her mother and wonderful grandmother “Mama”, she fell in love with crafting from a young age. When she’s not knitting, you’ll find her enjoying a cup of coffee with cream, or sharing helpful resources and tips with the online knitting community. Get to know Jodie and the team on our meet the team page.

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