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Discover the Lantern Moon needles

Hello to all knitting enthusiasts!


*This video is only available in french for the moment, but i'll have an english version soon!


Today, I am delighted to share with you my recent discovery of Lantern Moon needles. If you follow me on social media, you may have already seen my excitement when opening a gift package filled with treasures from this brand. Inside, a ton of Lantern Moon products awaited me: sleek and elegant ebony needles, adorable stitch markers, small storage bags, Symphonie Viva yarn, and more.


However, the gem of this package was undoubtedly the interchangeable kit. Named "Ancestry," this kit is a real gem for passionate knitters like myself. With its nine pairs of 10cm needles ranging from 3mm to 6mm, and its short cables, it is perfect for small circumference projects. If you're willing to purchase some longer cables, this kit is very versatile. The silk pouch, with a unique color for each set, makes it easy to identify which needles are inside.


But that's not all. What truly sets Lantern Moon needles apart is their quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each needle is permanently engraved with its size, eliminating any confusion during selection. Additionally, the swivel cables offer a smooth knitting experience, thanks to their flexible rotation and impeccable joint.


Of course, no product is perfect. I encountered a snag on one of my fixed needles, but it didn't tarnish my overall experience. With a little patience and sanding, I was able to solve this minor issue and quickly return to my knitting.


In conclusion, I am absolutely enamoured with Lantern Moon needles. Their perfect combination of quality, aesthetics, and functionality makes them a must-have for any discerning knitter. So, if you're looking to add a touch of elegance to your accessories, look no further than Lantern Moon. You won't be disappointed.


Have you tried them yourself? Share your experiences and tips in the comments below.

Happy knitting!

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