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As you know, I have had a little lack of crojo recently. Making two blankets, back to back, sort of zapped me. I have been trying to get some crojo back and I had a really hard time deciding what to do next.
I started working on an idea and I’ve got this project started. I am so in love with it! I hope to have the pattern available for you soon.
The owner of DyakCrafts contacted me about a month ago about their new interchangeable hooks and she sent me one of them to try out. You’ll see the hook in the top portion of the photo. Although she’s provided me the hook, free of charge, I’ve not been asked or paid for a review and I wanted to give my honest opinion to my readers.
I’ve never used a hook so smooth. With Tunisian crochet, it seems like something is always slightly catching or snagging. This hook is pretty amazing. They are light weight and seriously. They move through the yarn so quickly that I have to be careful not to go too fast while stitching.
The only thing that I caution before you click the link is that they’re not inexpensive. You’re paying for craftsmanship. These aren’t perhaps your everyday hooks, but instead, they should immediately go on those gift-giving lists that your friends and family ask about. Make sure they have the link so that they can get you what you really want on those special occasions. 🙂
Update: This pattern is now available HERE.