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My sister's mother-in-law was an avid craftswoman, including knitting. When she passed away, her knitting needles went to my sister's family, and she passed them on to me.
The circular needles were stored in much the way you've done. Instead of a binder, she made a quilted case and machine sewed ziplock bags to it. It is very nice. (If only the needles themselves were nice....)
For the circ's I use most frequently, I use this from patternworks:
It works great. When looking for the link on their website, I see they've added more needle holders.
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This is almost identical to how I store my Addi Turbos. I put each size and length into it's own small zip bag and then put all the same sizes into a larger bag. It works beautifully. Great minds think alike!
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Good idea. The lack of hard sides is the very thing I dislike about the case that comes with Knitpicks needles. I was looking at a similar option by using a "worm binder" from a sportsman's shop. Like this one, http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10151&catalogId=10001&langId=-1&partNumber=74094&hvarTarget=search&cmCat=SearchResults
The ring binder you mentioned is tempting though because It could also store patterns etc whereas the worm binder is too small.
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