First-time blockers are always amazed by the difference blocking makes to the final appearance of their knitting. After blocking, sweater parts lie flat, stitches even out, and what looked like a wild mess now behaves nicely. It’s like magic!
How to Use: To see the Knitter's Block in action and read tips on blocking, see the BLOCKING TUTORIAL.
Very low, lightly barbed pile
fabric covering gently grips your knitting without pilling or leaving fibers
can be assembled in a variety of sizes from a square for sweater pieces, a long rectangle for scarves or a triangle for shawls
Thick backing of waterproof EVA
suitable for use on any surface since moisture won’t seep through
holds pins firmly in place
blocked items dry faster than with towels because the tiles don't absorb water
essential for steam blocking
blocks are stored in a sturdy 14”x14” bag
18 interlocking, fiber-topped EVA foam tiles, each measures 12" × 12" (tiles from the new kit are compatible with older Knitter's Block tiles)
40 stainless steel T-pins
48" square cotton cloth woven with 1" square gingham to help measure your finished piece