Are Tulip Etimo hooks inline?
From the side, it is the most Bates like in-line style with the hook just barely jutting out of line. From the back, it is more tapered than both the Bates and the Clover, making getting into tight stitches easier. It also has a very slightly sharper head than the Clover and the Boye, but not too sharp.
Are furl 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.
Are Clover Amour crochet hooks worth it?
Aside from the colorful soft handles, they’re extremely comfortable to use! I admit I was a little skeptical but was pleasantly surprised at the comfort especially when crocheting for a long period of time. I will say that for me, it took some getting used to because for some reason, my yarn kept sliding off the hook.
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.
What is the difference between crochet hooks?
Smaller hooks make finer and tighter crochet, while larger hooks produce a bulkier, more open weave. Patterns and yarn labels always suggest what size hook to use, but you may need to switch to a different size to achieve the correct gauge.