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Kollage Knitting Needles – Your Complete Guide

Kollage is a brand of the dutch company Louet. They primarily sell weaving and spinning tools, notions and machines, but branched out into needles and crochet hooks through their brand, which these products this post covers.

Known for their ergonomic square needles, they’re designed to make knitting more comfortable and easier for those with hand and wrist pain.

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Kollage Square Circular Knitting Needles

Kollage Square 9 inch circular knitting needles

Also known as Kollage Square Knitting Needles, they’re still circulars, but the tips are a square shape, hence the name. This is an ergonomic design making it more comfortable to knit and more efficient and faster. 

Because of the square needles’ design, they make it easy to slide the stitches across without being too slippery.


  • Needle Tip Sizes Available – US 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10.5 and 11.
  • Cord Lengths Available – 22 cm, 40 cm, 60 cm, 100 cm, and 120 cm.
  • Made From – Durable nylon for the cables and aluminum from the USA for the needle tips


  • The needles swivel at the joins to make it easier to knit
  • There’s a smooth connection between the cord and needle at the join
  • The needle size is etched on the side of the tip
  • Great for people with


  • Some found it was slightly shorter than advertised.
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Kollage Interchangeable Needles

Kollage Interchangeable Needles

These are nearly the same as the aforementioned circular needles. Still, they come in a handy zippered case for organizing everything, plus pockets for any additional notions or accessories you want to keep in easy reach.

An affordable combo for all sorts of projects, this is worth every penny.


  • 11 Needle Sizes Included – US 0 / 2.00 mm, US 1 / 2.25 mm, US 2 / 2.75 mm, US 3 / 3.25 mm, US 4 / 3.5 mm, US 5 / 3.75 mm, US 6 / 4.00 mm, US 7 / 4.50 mm, US 8 / 5.00 mm, US 9 / 5.50 mm, and US 10 / 6.00 mm .
  • Cord Lengths Included – 16″, 24″ and 32″.
  • Made From – Durable nylon for the cables and aluminum from the USA for the needle tips


  • Easy to use
  • Smooth surface
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Comfortable and ergo


  • Some may find the interchangeable connecting system a bit tricky to master.
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Kollage Straight Needles

Kollage Straight  Square Needles

With a smooth coating and slippery but not too much, these are great ergonomic straight needles.

These are square needles. They have the same shape as the others in their range.


  • Needle Sizes Available – US 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10.5 and 11.
  • Needles Are 10″ Long
  • Made From – USA Aluminum


  • Smooth and comfortable
  • Fast shipping


  • A bit pricey

Kollage Double Pointed Needles

These DPNs are perfect for all matter of projects, from socks to baby hats.

Note: Like all of their products, they have the Kollage square design, making it much more comfortable to knit.


  • Needle Sizes Available – US 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10.5 and 11.
  • Needles Are 7″ Long
  • Made From – USA Aluminum


  • Comes in a pack of 5
  • The smooth, polished surface you can expect from kollage
  • Fast Shipping


  • Might be a little expensive for some

Your Questions Answered

How To Fix Kollage Knitting Needles

If you experience the joins of your circular needles snagging, this video is a great and quick way to fix them.

Where To Buy Kollage Knitting Needles

You can buy them through your LYS all across North America, and through Amazon, Etsy, and other retailers.

Where Are Kollage Needles Made?

They’re made in Canada by the company Louet North America.

Hopefully this helped you find an ergonomic knitting needle to suit your preferences, knitting is sure to be much more of a comfortable experience with these needles from Kollage.

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5 thoughts on “Kollage Knitting Needles – Your Complete Guide”

  1. Hi Jodie, I have the Kollage interchangeable needle set and would like to purchase some firm cords. I also have a friend who loves her needles as much as i do. She too would like more cords and some extra tips. Is the company producing the Kollage items? Please help!

    • Hi Nancy. Thanks for getting in touch. So glad to hear you love your Kollage needles. Let me do some research for you and I will get back in touch with what I find out. Cheers Jodie

    • Hi Nancy. I’ve heard back from the team at Kollage Square Needles. Here’s what they said – Hi Jodie we will have tips and chords available for purchase shortly. We will ask stores to have some stock of it or more likely a customer who needs it request it from us and we send to store. We have a list that we are updating constantly at It is in the consumer section we have map with all the store info etc.

      There seems to be quite a few stores in North America. I hope you can find a stockist near you or as they said, be sure to get in touch with them directly. So hopefully you won’t have to wait too long until you can add to your Kollage needle tip and cords collection. Let me know how you get on, as I am sure other readers would love to hear about it too. Cheers Jodie

  2. Hi Jody! I have been a Kollage fan for years. I go back and forth on dpn’s and circular for socks. Just received the 9” circular from Kollage and am having a hard time figuring out how the needles should be held. How in’s the bend in the needle supposed to be held?

    • Hi Majorie, I’ve sent you an email and I’ll get back to you when I have more information. Cheers Jodie


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