Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Inline Crochet Hooks

For the longest time I was unaware of the differences in crochet hooks, the only thing I really cared about was whether it was medal/aluminum or plastic... And even then I'm not sure I payed that much attention. But when I started making the fleece blankets with crochet edge I noticed that the inline hooks  were easier to push through the slits in the fleece. Of course at the time I did not know the different names. Since doing the fleece blankets, I've found that the inline hooks make working with "fluffy"/"fuzzy" (such as Red Heart Baby Clouds) yarn a lot easier. The inline hooks also eliminates part of the "twist" required to keep the yarn on the hook when you pull it through other loops.
      Inline     Out of line
Sorry the pictures are a little blurry, it is hard to get clear images of shiny objects.


  1. just wanted to say that your blog is very difficult to read if one has vision problems. The text tends to blend into the patterned background. This is something that changing the zoom on my browser cannot fix.

    1. Thank you for your input. Sorry for the difficulty. I hope that you are able to enjoy this post now.