These are tools I cannot live without - and may be new tools!
This is my tool-box - I bring it everywhere. It is a box for flyfishing. I got it from my friend Susanna Hansson (www.oneofsusannas.com). In that little box is everything I need.
Foldable Pair of Scissors!
This perfect pair of scissors can fold so that it fits into my toolbox. Besides that it cuts really well.
You cannot do much without good markers.
The markers I use ALL the time are these Clover markers as they are moveable and I have tried others, but Clovers are the strongest and the easiest to use.
These markers are soft and flexible - they too are from Clover.
I use them, if markser have to stay in the work in the same position - for example inside an edge.
These markers are made of Akiyo Murono from Japan. They are made of seashells from misos-oup and covered with silk.
These markers are tiny felted balls with embroidered dots. Lena Alve gave them to me.
I can truly recommend her blog it is beautiful and very talented.
From the US
I got these markers from a nice lady at a TNNA in the US. I am sorry I cannot remember her name. They are tiny domino-squares made of clay.
These markers was a gift from Ditte from the Sommerfugl (meaning Butterfly) - www.sommerfuglen.dk
These stoppers are Clovers and they are great. I use them to create domino-needles from double pointed needles.
I dont know the English name for these. They are meant to stop the cords on anoraks.
But I use them as stoppers on my circular needles, when I knit flat on circulars.
are not only needles - they are jewels and I bought them not just to knit with, but to really, really enjoy. I enjoy the look of them. They are so beautiful. I love to knit with them, but I also love to knit with my carbonz needles (Knit Pro).
I am sorry that the Signature circulars are not in European sizes. I need particularly 3 mm's.