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ChiaoGoo – Interchangeable Tunisian Crochet
6.50€ – 8.00€
You cannot decide whether you prefer knitting or crocheting? Why not give a try to Tunisian crochet, thanks to these bamboo crochet hook tips made by ChiaoGoo?
Indeed, even if it is called “crochet”, this particular technique is a cross between both methods. Actually, while using a tool and technique that are close to crocheting, you will create a fabric that will look a lot like a knitted one. Interesting, isn’t it?
Just like the needles of this brand, ChiaoGoo’s interchangeable Tunisian crochats are made of Moso bamboo, a high quality material. Plus, their size numbers are directly laser-engraved in the hook, so that you can easily identify the one you need.
Moreover, they are made to be screwed on the cables of the brand. As they have no memory form, they always remain straight, even when you just take them out of your needle case. And thanks to the carefully crafted crochet – cable joint, made of stainless steel, your stitches will easily flow along. And the smoother the work, the quicker your project will become a FO!
What you need to know about these Tunisian crochet hooks:
- made of Moso bamboo, handcrafted, smooth and soft to the touch
- length: 14.5 cm
- stainless steel joint
- available in 9 sizes: 3.5 mm, 3.75 mm, 4 mm, 4.5 mm, 5 mm, 5.5 mm, 6 mm, 6.5 mm and 8 mm
- interchangeable, to be used with the cables of the brand (Twist or Spin, whichever you prefer): type S cables for the 3.5 mm to 5 mm tips, type L cables for the 5.5 mm to 10 mm tips
- easily adaptable to any size and type of projects
Note: you will also need some cable stoppers to keep your stitches on your cables!
ChiaoGoo’s interchangeable Tunisian crochet hook is thus one more high quality tool produced by this brand. And if you already own some of their interchangeable needles, no need to buy new cables! You just have to add the crochet tips to your needle case and you are ready to go.
Eager to try this technique, but you do not know how to begin? You can find dozens of video tutorials on Youtube, like this one for example, that shows the different types of Tunisian hooks and explain the basic how to. A good way to learn new things!