Our beautiful Polka Dots.
Art Viva recommends Nundle
Woolen Mill's Fine Merino Products.
A fantistic addition to your next knitting project!
Best suited to Natural Fibre.
Find us at Salamanca Market Hobart each Saturday.
Add colour to your knitting basket!.
Art Viva is a Tasmanian owned and operated business manufacturing hand crafted wooden knitting needles, which are individually made using Tasmanian oak timber sourced from environmentally sustainable plantations. The needles are made one at a time using minimal machinery and are finished with natural, organic oils giving a satin smooth feel that is delightful to the touch. Each needle is topped with a hand painted bead with our funky trademark polka dot.
Our needles are available in a range of sizes and colours. Other products include knitting needle sets and knitting kits.
Art Viva knitting kits feature a range of great looking childrens hats and some incredibly funky tea cosies.
The kits are available in two forms - the Art Viva kits which include wool and pattern in a 3-sided card wrapper
and the Noodle Knit kits which come packed in Chinese noodle boxes and as well as the wool and the pattern, include a pair of 5mm
(US8) 20cm (8") needles.
The patterns were all designed to be easy to knit and were created using 8ply yarn and 5mm needles
Why not grab a bunch of needles and get one of these great needle storage tubes as well. The needle sets come
in a wide range of size and colour combinations, all packed in a sturdy cardboard 60mm (2 1/2") diameter tube. The tubes are wrapped with a range of great vintage images.
Art Viva is off to the 2016 Royal Canberra Show! This will be our first appearance in Canberra and we are very excited to be able to showcase our collection to our ACT and NSW fans. The Show dates are Friday 26 - Sunday 28th February 2016 and we look forward to seeing you there!
Art Viva is also making our second appearance at the 2015 Australian Wool and Sheep Show in Bendigo in July . Come along and say hi! The show dates are Friday 17th - Sunday 19th July 2015.