If you’ve ever found your hand getting sore after crocheting, you probably need to modify your crochet hook to be a little more ergonomic. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of my hand cramping up after crocheting. I was teaching some friends this past weekend and a few of them started complaining of sore hands within just the first hour of learning to crochet. I say enough is enough! There’s no reason to crochet in pain. There are multiple ways to modify your crochet hook and Designed By Lori has come up a beautiful and useful solution. By baking polymer clay onto the handles of crochet hooks, she creates a hook that is more ergonomic and comfortable to hold. These hooks come in a variety of colors and can be custom made to your liking. Swirled black and white clay is accented with small Swarovski crystals and hints of glitter. Each hook is sanded smooth as well as sealed, so they will be able to withstand long hours of crocheting. Perfect!
These particular hooks are Susan Bates Silvalume (from left to right) G6 – 4mm, J10 – 6mm, and H8 – 5mm. Each hook has a nice and comfortable weight which will make for easy and comfortable crocheting. I love that each handle picks up the color of the crochet hook within the swirled design. If you’re looking for a nice gift for a friend or even for yourself, these one of a kind hooks are perfect for the crocheting enthusiast.
She has so many designs in her online store too and you can ask her to make you just about anything. I love these hooks and I wish I could keep them for myself! And since I can’t keep them for myself, you can enter to win them today!
Which crochet hook do you like the most?
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