TINK (that’s knit backward, by the way) is a six-inch long metal bracelet with an adjustable clasp that can be used as a ruler (it has measurements marked in inches and centimeters) and knitting gauge, with holes for needles from US 0 to 16. Hidden in the sides it has a yarn cutter, tapestry needle and crochet hook, and along the sides there are holes where you can attach locking stitch markers. There’s also a row counter built in.
The idea is that this little accessory, which weighs in at 2.5 oz/70 g, can replace your notions bag when you’re on the go.
It sounds like a great idea, but I have tiny wrists (not quite 6 inches, if you want to know) so I worry that this wouldn’t be comfortable on me because it would shift around.
The hope is to raise $30,000 from the Kickstarter. A range of funding options are available, but if you want the TINK it will cost you $150 or more. This Kickstarter is open through May 27 and is an all or nothing campaign.
Is this a product you would be interested in? I’d love to hear your thoughts.