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  1. What Supplies Do You Need When You’re Learning to Knit or Crochet?

    […] of our yarns have a guide to tell you what size needle or hook is best. The pictured label is for a category 4 yarn and […]

  2. The Beginners Guide to Crochet » The Endless Knot Blog

    […] Crochet hooks come in many different sizes, which are measured in letters, numbers or millimeters. They can be sold individually or even in sets. I would recommend starting out with one or two hooks as this is the most budget-friendly option. As your skill gets better (and you decide that crocheting is right for you), then you can upgrade to a set or buy individual hooks as you need them. The most common size used as a beginner is G-6 (4mm) or H-8 (5mm). These two sizes are most commonly used with the basic worsted weight yarns and are great for just starting out. You’ll typically match your crochet hook size to your yarn weight, which is often on the yarn label. If you need some help reading the label, one of my favorite yarn brands has a handy guide! […]

  3. 10 Essential Crochet Tools for Beginners » The Endless Knot Blog

    […] Crochet hooks come in many different sizes, which are measured in letters, numbers or millimeters. They can be sold individually or even in sets. I would recommend starting out with one or two hooks as this is the most budget-friendly option. As your skill gets better (and you decide that crocheting is right for you), then you can upgrade to a set or buy individual hooks as you need them. The most common size used as a beginner is G-6 (4mm) or H-8 (5mm). These two sizes are most commonly used with the basic worsted weight yarns and are great for just starting out. You’ll typically match your crochet hook size to your yarn weight, which is often on the yarn label. If you need some help reading the label, one of my favorite yarn brands has a handy guide! […]

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