About Crochet Hooks
After many requests and an appropriate dragging my feet period, I have started making Crochet Hooks. They have been thoroughly tested by a couple dozen expert crocheters and the consensus was that they are quite good! In fact, most said that they really liked them. Love was even mentioned.
The seven different woods I am using were chosen first for durability and second for beauty.
Tulipwood: salmon color stripes on a straw color back ground.
Kingwood: varying shades of violet - beautiful stuff
Bolivian Rosewood: looks a lot like walnut, but is way better wood
Curly Maple: blond color with light and dark bands
Bubinga: reddish brown with some grain contrast
Ebony: black! The ultimate wood for most anything.
Bloodwood: reddish color varies from dark red to rust color - good stuff
The crochet hooks are all guaranteed. You break one, I replace it. Of course you have to let me know!