Thick, gel-like, rubber handles make crochet hooks easy and comfortable to hold. Kit comes in a convenient soft zipper case that’s perfect for travel and has plenty of organizational pockets. Comes with additional tools like darning needles, scissors, and stitch markers.
Rubber grip sometimes slides around the crochet hooks.
Set includes crochet hooks, scissors, stitch markers, measuring tape, and more. Soft 3-piece case keeps kit well organized and comes in a variety of fun patterns. Crochet hooks are lightweight with a plush rubber grip that is comfortable to hold for long hours.
Scissors are not quite strong enough to cut through all yarn.
Kit sits at a low price point. Quality metal hooks have a comfortable rubber grip and slide through most types of yarn with ease. Tools come in a convenient floral print case. Kit also includes yarn needles and stitch markers.
Crochet hooks are not labeled by size or letter.
Metal hooks come in a variety of fun, metallic colors. Included book provides clear instructions, helpful tips, and diagrams that are perfect for beginners. Some instructions are shown from both left and right-hand perspectives.
Kit doesn't include any sort of storage container or bag.
Durable, plastic crochet hooks are safe for kids to use. Included instruction manual is clear and easy to follow. Kit comes with 7 different colors of yarn, two crochet hooks, and one plastic needle. Sits at a low price point.
Included yarn is quite thin and basic.
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Crocheting is as popular as knitting. The main difference between the two crafts is crocheting uses a single hook to loop yarn together, whereas knitting uses 2 long, straight needles to loop the yarn. A quality crochet kit will include a collection of hooks ranging in sizes typically from 2 mm to about 6.5 mm. Each hook is labeled with a corresponding letter. For example, a 5 mm hook would be labeled an H-8. This particular hook is perfect for beginners who are just learning the craft. Beginners should also seek out thinner yarn as it’s much easier to work with at first. Look for a kit that comes with helpful instructions and a storage case.
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