LYKKE Umber 35cm (14") Straight Needle Set


Displayed in the luxurious LYKKE Umber case, this impressive set comes with 12 pairs of 35cm (14") single-pointed straight needles from 3.5mm (US 4) to 12mm (US 17). The needles have both metric and US sizes etched on them.

Named after the Norwegian word for happiness, LYKKE combines high-quality materials and thoughtful design to produce beautiful, durable, happy-making knitting needles. Made of birchwood, they're soft and warm to the touch and smooth on the yarn. This is an excellent set of needles to own or a great gift!

The following 35cm (14") Umber pairs are included within the set: 

  • 3.50mm - US 4
  • 3.75mm - US 5
  • 4.00mm - US 6
  • 4.50mm - US 7
  • 5.00mm - US 8
  • 5.50mm - US 9
  • 6.00mm - US 10
  • 6.50mm - US 10.5
  • 8.00mm - US 11
  • 9.00mm - US 13
  • 10.00mm - US 15
  • 12.00mm - US 17

Click here for the complete range of LYKKE Umber at The Needle Store.

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      Customer Reviews

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      Perfect, straight away

      Having tried a fixed circular and a set of DPNs and needing a complete set of straights, I decided that I would LYKKE more of this brand. I am of the general opinion that straights are evil, but sometimes necessary, but that was immediately changed by these beauties.
      I knew that LYKKE were good when my former mother-in-law phoned me from Norway to say she'd tried the best thing ever. She wanted to send me some, but has been trying since their launch and they do sell out fast. Believe the hype, and get in there fast.
      Most knitters find the brand that they click with, and use them almost exclusively. Just like a romantic relationship, there's one out there for everyone abd you know when you find it. I'm so glad that these exist, they've saved me from being increasingly cranky because I love knitting but hate the needles.
      What's more evil than straights? Casting on 95 stitches with them. It's usually slow, uneven, and I thwack myself with the needle several times or even break/damage one. It hasn't become less of a chore in over a decade, but these have turned that nightmare into a speedy dream.