I’m so excited about my 2nd annual holiday gift guide and this year I decided to break it up into separate posts–mostly to help my maintain my sanity while trying to put it all together, lol! I decided to start with hooks since you really CAN’T have too many crochet hooks, amiright??? There are SO many cool, unique hook brands & makers out there and I hope that you can discover a few new makers to follow and support! I focused on hook makers and shops that have in-stock items versus custom orders so that you can be sure they will have something ready to ship in time for the holidays! Okay, let’s get to it!
- Pink Sheep Design 3D printed Hooks – Handmade (be me & the Captain!), 3D printed, resin coated, ergonomic crochet hooks in jumbo sizes (10mm-25mm)
- What The Hook Creations – Metal crochet hooks with gorgeous handmade ergonomic rainbow polymer clay handles
- Cupcake Crochet Crafts – Metal Hooks with fun handmade polymer clay handles
- The Speckled Clay – Metal hooks with hand sculpted novelty polymer clay handles
- Leither Co. Colorful, ergonomic, hand-turned wooden crochet hooks
- LETTO Workshop – Colorful, ergonomic crochet hooks & handles made with wood and mixed exotic materials
- Too Shay Crochet – Metal Hooks with colorful, ergonomic crochet hook handles made with wood and resin
- Hook Yarns & Loops – Metal crochet hooks with gorgeous hand poured ergonomic handles
- SusieJs – Metal Hooks with hand sculpted polymer clay handles shaped like sweet treats–you read that right… think stacks of cookies, macaroons and more!
- Nella’s Cottage – Fun & Colorful hand-poured resin crochet hooks
- Kooky Clay Wonders – Metal Hooks with fun, colorful hand sculpted polymer clay handles
- PJB Boutique – Metal Hooks with fun, colorful hand sculpted polymer clay handles
- Hannah Mays Crochet – Metal Hooks with hand poured resin and hand sculpted polymer clay handles
- Hook Ewe – Metal hooks with hand sculpted novelty polymer clay handles
- AK Crochets – Metal hooks with colorful hand sculpted polymer clay handles
- Bowl Tech – Classic and colorful ergonomic crochet hooks made with wood and wood/resin combos
- Nelsonwood – Colorful, ergonomic crochet Hooks handmade using exotic woods and other materials
- Handcarved Hooks by Roux Studios – Hand-carved and hand-painted one of a kind hooks
I hope you enjoyed part one of my holiday gift guide for crocheters and found some fun new hooks to add to your wish list this year! If you have a favorite hook maker shout them out in the comments and include a link to their shop! I am planning to do more future blog posts about handmade hooks and the amazing people who make them!!
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I am a self-proclaimed bulky & super bulky yarn connoisseur which makes finding summer projects an interesting task as most chunkier fibers are made using wool or acrylic rather than warm-weather friendly cotton blends. I’ve created a few designs holding multiple strands of lighter weight cotton yarn together, including my Lily Romper and my Cat…
hirt yarn on my wish list to use and review for quite some time now! I have challenged myself to take yarn that is meant for making things like baskets and bags and making larger wearable items, so t-shirt yarn was at the top of my list to try out and see if I could use it to make a funky cardigan! Here are my thoughts!
The crochet and larger fiber community has become such an important and meaningful part of my life–and the lives of so many others! I can’t think of a better thing to celebrate than a strong, supportive community of creative people. How can you celebrate National Crochet Month??? Well… I often feel like I celebrate crochet EVRY day but here are a few specific ideas!