What can I use if I don’t have a crochet hook?
When you don’t have a crochet hook on hand but do have yarn
You can take your yarn out of your bag and use your fingers to crochet something beautiful. You don’t have to have a reason to finger crochet. You can also do it just for fun, to try something new and to expand your abilities in the craft.
Can you buy crochet hooks?
Find top quality crochet hooks made from different materials including bamboo, metal, plastic and wood. Popular manufacturers we carry include Boye, Susan Bates, Clover and Knitter’s Pride. Find a variety of crochet hook sizes from the tiny steel & lace weight hooks through the jumbo big stitch hooks.
Are metal crochet hooks better than plastic?
Plastic needles/hooks are weaker and more bendable, and therefore may snap if too much weight or pressure is applied. Like metal, their manufacturing process means they are more uniform, but plastic needles/hooks can have some imperfections that mean the surface isn’t perfectly smooth and can snag yarn.
Are expensive crochet hooks worth it?
Are they worth it? YES, YES, YES. If you’ve never tried a Furls hook before, you’ll definitely want to read this first. I recommend starting with a Streamline first, because they are a lower investment and lighter weight which is easier to get used to at first.
How many crochet hooks do you need?
It is used to draw the yarn through the loops. If you are familiar with knitting, you know you need two needles to knit. But don’t go to your local yarn shop and buy two same crochet hooks! You need just one.
How do I make my crochet hooks smoother?
Here’s a quick tip to help your hook glide more smoothly through your yarn… Put a tiny dot of lotion (baby lotion or face moisturizer… any kind that’s not too thick) on one of your fingers & lightly rub it around the shaft of your crochet hook. (I swear I didn’t mean for that to sound dirty.