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  • Pamela C.

    "Best Knitting Needles Ever”

    Cannot say enough positive things about these needles! I have used every kind of knitting needle over many years and these are simply the best! Well worth the investment and, if you have any questions, they are super-fast to respond and really care about their customers. A+++++!"


  • Michele P.

    "These were the perfect solution to my knitting woes, some I didn't even realize I had! Taking the weight off my wrists has made it so I can work longer and not feel the repercussions the next day. Knitting with these also goes faster because it is easier on your hands, a total win! These needles also allowed me to make the largest fluffiest blanket I've ever made. Highly recommended!!!"


  • Cat P

    "I've started my very first blanket on these amazing needles and am very much in love! They feel wonderful in my hands and are holding onto a queen sized blanket like it's nothing.  These are amazing!  I would like to add that the customer service is out of this world!  This company is top notch."




PATENT Approved from United States Patent and Trademark Office for Alexis’s  “Adjustable Knitting Needle System” as well as “new method of knitting.

PATENTED  Adjustable Tunsian Crochet Hook design



Elite Member of the National Inventor Club 

National Inventor Club

Congratulations To Inventor Alexis Mantione!

"Congrats to Alexis Mantione, making money with her invention!" read more



Malverne resident wins first place in Capital One Bank Business Plan Competition

Posted March 1, 2018
Long Island Herald

Alexis Mantione, a longtime resident of Malverne, recently won first place in the Capital One Bank Business Plan Competition. Mantione enrolled in Hofstra University’s Entrepreneurial Assistance Program in fall 2017, seeking assistance to develop a plan for a new startup business, My Two Ladies. Mantione developed an innovative, adjustable straight knitting needle system that allows faster and easier knitting that relieves stress on the hands, arms and upper body. She submitted applications for two patents for the adjustable knitting needle and method for knitting.

Mantione was awarded $2,500 in the competition, and funds will be used for manufacturing the knitting needles. She is an active member of Malverne’s Basic Stitches Knitting Studio and a supporter of the Junior Achievement Association, an entrepreneurial mentorship program for high school students. She hopes to become the premier knitting needle brand around the world. My Two Ladies knitting needles are available at www.mytwoladiesknitting.com.