Here is a closer look at the contents of one of the kits that lives beside my sofa:
It is probably wrong. About half of the measuring tapes in these kits are wrong on the inches side and correct on the centimetres side. I should really go through each kit and toss the defective measuring tapes.
The pretty stitch markers in the bottom right are mine; they did not come as part of the kit. The plastic circle stitch markers and removable stitch markers came with the kit.
Now that I am cabling without a needle, the cable needles can probably go. They are really too big for my purposes anyway. The smallest one would be suitable for worsted yarn and I typically use fingering weight.
Sometimes I use the knitpicker to pick up a dropped stitch, but there are small crochet hooks all over my house (in the same way that there are Easter eggs all over the house on Easter morning but in a more permanent way) and on my key chain, so I usually use one of those first.
Then there are some prong-type-things in the kit. What are those? They look like a medical implement. I think they are the exact same thing that came in my "Operation" board game when I was 8.
This is them closed:
Do you know what they are for? If you know, please leave a comment so I can stop wondering.
I also keep a few dozen sewing gauges, needle gauges and correct measuring tapes scattered around the house.
Am I missing anything? What do you keep in your notions kit(s)?