Knitter's Review Forums
  The online community for readers of Knitter's Review.
  This week: What makes a great knitting retreat?
   > Have you subscribed yet?
Knitter's Review Forums
KR Home | My Profile | Register | Active Topics | Private Messages | Search | FAQ
 All Forums
 Tool Talk
 Knitter's Keep

Note: You must be registered in order to post a reply.
To register, click here. Registration is FREE!

Format Mode:
Format: BoldItalicizedUnderlineStrikethrough Align LeftCenteredAlign Right Horizontal Rule Insert HyperlinkInsert Email Insert CodeInsert QuoteInsert List

* Forum Code is ON
Smile [:)] Big Smile [:D] Cool [8D] Blush [:I]
Tongue [:P] Evil [):] Wink [;)] Clown [:o)]
Black Eye [B)] Eight Ball [8] Frown [:(] Shy [8)]
Shocked [:0] Angry [:(!] Dead [xx(] Sleepy [|)]
Kisses [:X] Approve [^] Disapprove [V] Question [?]


T O P I C    R E V I E W
savannagal Posted - 12/05/2013 : 09:45:44 AM
Most of my stitch markers are copper, which I believe is a ferous metal and will not "stick" to a magnet. Bummer
2   L A T E S T    R E P L I E S    (Newest First)
Ceil Posted - 12/06/2013 : 08:19:12 AM
I use both wooden and aluminum cable needles, and I simply poke them through the fabric when they are not in use.

(Ravelry: ceilr)
Time is never a factor when joy is involved.
chris Posted - 12/05/2013 : 10:02:46 AM
Actually, a ferrous metal will stick to magnets, ferrous metals being high in iron. Non-ferrous metals: gold, silver, copper, aluminum won't stick to a magnet. I wondered about how useful the wrist band would be with cable needles. The only metal cable needles I've ever seen are aluminum.

Knitter's Review Forums © 2001-2015 Knitter's Review Go To Top Of Page
This page was generated in 0.09 seconds. Snitz Forums 2000
line This week's bandwidth
kindly brought to you by

and by knitters like you.
How can I sponsor?

line subscribe to Knitter's Reviwe