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MGM 05-21-2013 10:22 PM

Cool Clay Covered Crochet Hooks
 
Have any of you crocheters out there tried using a crochet hook that has been covered in polymer clay? I have seen them on a few blogs, and just recently purchased some for myself. I blogged about them HERE and thought you might like to know about them.

I think it would depend on how you hold your hook if these would be comfortable for you to use. I hold my hook with my hand over the hook, kind of like when you hold a knife to cut food. I've seen lots of people hold their hook more like you hold a fork, with the hand under the hook, or like a pencil, in which case these hooks might not be comfortable.

Anyone out there have any thoughts on these polymer clay covered hooks? I just love :heart: using mine! I provided a link to where I got them in the post referred to above if you're interested.

Nice to be crocheting and writing about it again!

MGM

GrumpyGramma 05-21-2013 10:39 PM

Hi! It's so good to see you here! Congratulations on the awesome GPA!!!!!!! :woohoo:

Love the hooks. Those should make any happy hooker even happier. I'm glad she did the thumb rest part for you. Holding anything round like that can be difficult after a while and cause pain.

The owls at Attic 24 are too cool.

Enjoy your break from school and indulge yourself in some well deserved, hard earned pride in your grades!

:balloons:

You're doing absolutely fantastic! :thumbsup:


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