How Cool Is 3D Printing?

I am a sucker for a good tool. My recent foray into spinning has led me to expanding my tool kit. I found some cool spinning tools on Etsy and I decided to see how the 3D printed ones would work out.

I picked up a mini skein sized knitty knoddy and some removable stitch markers. I found IGLPrinting on Etsy and they had really fast turnaround and customer service. I was really please with how my purchases turned out!

I even put the knitty knoddy to good use on my singles from yesterday!. It really made a really nice skein and the added benefit is that I could soak my skein while on it!

I think I might put this one through the paces before I go out and get a larger one. I’m interested to see how the plastic holds up to use and how much I really use it. But for now it was an affordable and fun treat for me.

Happy Knitting and Spinning!

2 thoughts on “How Cool Is 3D Printing?

  1. I’m curious whether this seller has made up the name knitty knotty as a quirky alternative to the actual name niddy noddy. Niddy Noddy is in the Oxford dictionary and has its own Wikipedia page and is technically what that is. Perhaps it’s just their fun idea to have a knitting related play on the word? 🤷‍♀️ It’s pretty cool what they can make with 3D printing though, there’s even food 3D printers now!

  2. That is a really cool knoddy. I really like the fact that it can be submersed in water. Brilliant idea. What made you think of looking for 3D printer creations? I never would have thought of that.

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