Knitter's Pride Ginger 12-Pack 24", 32" & 40" Interchangeable Tunisian / Afghan Crochet Hooks Set

Ginger 12-Pack 24", 32" & 40" Interchangeable Tunisian / Afghan Crochet Hooks Set by Knitter's Pride

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This set includes the following:

Needles (12 Sizes):
US E / 3.5mm
US F / 3.75mm
US G / 4mm
US 7 / 4.5mm
US H / 5mm
US I / 5.5mm
US J / 6mm
US K / 6.5 mm
US L / 8 mm
US M / 9mm
US N / 10mm
US 12mm
4 Cords (3 sizes):
24"/60 cm
2 of 32"/80 cm
1 Set of cord connectors
8 End caps
4 Cord keys
1 Set of magnets
1 Pen
in needle case with pattern holder in denim & beige finish

  • 5
    Knitter’s Pride Tunisian Hooks

    Posted by Caroline on 2022 Apr 2nd

    Just what I needed to make longer Tunisian projects.

  • 5
    Knitters Pride Ginger Tunisian Crochet Set

    Posted by Pamela on 2021 Jun 15th

    It took me a long time to decide which Tunisian Crochet to buy (I’m brand new to the craft) and am glad I decided on these! It’s a beautiful set. The wooden hooks are laminated so they shouldn’t break easily, if at all. The leather pouch is exquisite! I’ve only used one hook so far and really like how the yarn glides easily. The hook part is maybe just a tad longer than I’d like when undoing a stitch, but not too bad. The length of the handle on the hooks is perfect for me as my hands aren’t small. I’d read some other sets had short hooks. There hasn’t been any problem at all with the cord un-screwing while I’m using it. I love that there are 12 sizes in this set, one of the main reasons I chose it. Don’t hesitate to buy these hooks if you’re looking for something of great quality. The price is a little higher than I wanted to pay but worth it; my grandpa always said, “You get what you pay for”!

  • 5
    I absolutely love them

    Posted by Sam on 2020 Oct 23rd

    Absolutely worth the $200 I spent! The wood is sturdy and unbending, with an extremely smooth glide. The tips are honestly sturdier than my Furls hooks, no chipping or splintering whatsoever. Just be careful not to split your yarn by accident, the points are sharper than I’m used to. I’m currently making a lapghan using the Reversible Tunisian stitch, and it’s so handy to be able to just switch the hook and stopper when I’m done a row. There’s absolutely no catching on any of the joins and I haven’t noticed any stripped screw-ends. The case is GORGEOUS and perfect for carrying around if you’re like me and take projects with you when going out-and-about.