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Thank you Yarnwise! The knit me somethin' ring is featured in the May 2013 issue of Yarnwise UK on the 'Wish List' page. Visit them at

The knit me somethin' necklace is now making its debut as a ring!!

A fun way to wear a ring to remind you of the amazing creations all you wonderful knitters make from 2 long sticks and a ball of yarn!! Needless to say, it's not one of my talents.

A knitting ball complete with knitting needles is soldered securely onto a ring - made entirely from sterling silver wire. Wear it alone or wear it with a stack of 'simplicity' rings' also available in my shop.

This listing is for the knitting ring only. Simplicity rings sold separately here:

As each ring is individually handmade please allow for slight differences from the one pictured. Please allow 4 days after payment for fabrication.

To find your ring size, follow the link below and your ring size will be made according to these measurements. Follow printing instructions carefully:

Knitting ball: approximately 1cm diameter
knitting needles: approximately 2cm long

A wearthou original.

Did you see the knit me somethin' necklace? Check it out here:

Or knit me earrings here:

Lovingly blogged here:

Will be mailed in a sweet turquoise gift box.
Shirley Campbell

As seen in May issue of Yarnwise UK - knit me somethin' ring - sterling silver knitting ring, gift for knitter, for the love of knitting

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: sterling silver
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