Step outside the box of traditional crochet

I am pretty picky about the tools and fibers I use to create my creations. Below are links to the brands and products I use myself. Please note that these are all affiliate links, which means when you click on one of the links below and purchase from that website I make a commission. 

Furls Crochet Hooks 

These hooks are design with crocheters in mind!

The height of the hook’s head is carefully matched to the shaft diameter to ensure smooth stitching and reduce fatigue.

Based on average hand measurements, the handle is tailored to reduce strain in the metacarpal phalange joint, providing a comfortable grip for all hand sizes.

We Crochet Dishie

Made for dishcloths, this stash staple is naturally machine washable and stays bright and colorful wash after wash, making it the ideal choice for kitchen projects such as dishcloths and hand towels. This multi-purpose, easy-care yarn is also soft, smooth, and cottony, working well for rugs, toys, and market bags. Proudly practical, Dishie is an elevated workhorse yarn that will level up your handmade home in the kitchen and beyond.


Jubilee Chenille Yarn

This yarn is perfect for adding a touch of extra softness to your amigurumi project. Although the label categorizes it as worsted, I use a 2.25mm hook to whip up my favorite bubble blowing characters! The price is perfect and delivery is fast!

Beechwood Natural Teething Rings

These natural wood teething rings are polished to a shine to provide a smooth surface safe for baby.

I use these for my teething toy projects, the 18mm size is perfect for lovies or connecting toys together.

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