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10 reviews | 4 out of 5
These are nice hooks for a budget price. The thing I particularly like is that they are so lightweight. They are very easy on my hands.
I've bought this hooks about 5-6 months ago and they work great. They're great in pricing, they function real well. The only thing that I can say is a downside is some of the hooks range a little bigger than regular hooks. And one of my hooks, F hook, broke a few days ago when I was putting it through a very small stitch. This product is great, Walmart is the only place I go to buy yarns and hooks and if you want something cheaper this product's for you.
Great product for its price
purchased for 7 year old learning to crochet & they were very pleased
For the price this item is well worth it however I truly feel this is better for a beginner who may just be learning or trying to figure out if crocheting is for them. Again the price is good however these needles are quite weak and bend very easily.
I am more of a knitter and have recently taken up crochet however once I received these hooks I realized I should have just purchased metal ones and in turn ended up doing just that. I kept these for those times I travel so in case they are left behind it will not be an issue or real concern.
I would recommend this item to someone who is just testing the waters of crocheting or even planning a trip and figures they may want to get a little crocheting done on their down time.
I'm an advanced crocheter and I used these for a class I did for my Girl Scout troop. This great as a teaching tool but not my favorite for an every day use. I will be using them again when I do my next class but for now they are going to stay in the Girl Scout tool box.
I liked that they weren't too expensive. They are easy to use. It's okay if you just want to try out crocheting. They aren't particularly long lasting, yes, I had them for about 3 years, but I only started using them for about 1 year. One of my hooks broke. The thicker ones seem okay, but the smaller ones tend to break if you're crocheting tiny tight stitches, like for amigurumi.