Knit Blockers subtantially reduces the number of pins that a user needs to use to block a project. Plus it allows the user to apply a more consistent tension while blocking a wide area. It saves time and provides a better, more consistent solution than using pins alone.
Knit Blockers also have the ability to serve as an anchor for attaching string to run within the stitch ends along the perimeter of the project. You may also use Knit Blockers with blocking wires. These neat Knit Blockers do so many different tasks and we are sure that knitters will discover many more methods for using them.
Knit Blockers have holes on both ends of each Knit Blocker which can serve as an anchor point when the user attaches string to these holes. Strings of various lengths can be used.
A Knit Blocker set consists of 20 units in a nice plastic storage case: twelve 8 pin Blockers (approx. 3" long) and eight 4 pin blockers (approx. 1.5" long).