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Brittany Wood Needles, made in the USA!

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A review of Brittany knitting needles, as fabulous to use as they are to gaze upon.

The knitting needles reviewed in this post were provided by Brittany Needles.


I recently got my hands on some Brittany knitting needles in walnut. Oh my goodness, they are so pretty! That’s of course the first thing I noticed about them, but how do they knit??

[pullquote width=”600″ float=”center”]BRITTANY knitting needles and crochet hooks are made in the USA from sustainably harvested Birch and Black Walnut. These finely crafted wooden tools are hand finished and exactly sized. They are not only beautiful to look at but feel warm and smooth in your hands and are a pleasure to work with.[/pullquote]


I tried out my Brittany needles and am pleased as punch to say they are as fabulous to use as they are to gaze upon. They are smooth and the yarn behaves nicely on them. Then feel good in my hands and do not feel flimsy or as though they may break. As with all wood needles, they have a little bit of give to them, which I like.


Brittany is a family owned and operated business in California. I love that all the wood for Brittany hooks and needles is sustainable harvested. Brittany does it’s best to keep everything as good for the environment as possible. Even the packaging is made from recycled materials and is completely recyclable or compostable. This truly is a company looking out for our future.


Brittany makes various knitting needles and crochet hooks which can be found at your LYS (local yarn shop). I’m proud to say my LYS carries them! You can see where to buy Brittany products, along with some links for online sources, HERE. Enjoy!

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