Today I am excited to share with you my top five crochet must-haves! These fun tools are so handy, they would probably make you realize just how much you actually need them.
These essential “helpers” also make great gift 🎁 ideas for those yarn-loving special someone that we all know!
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Didn’t think I needed so many yarn bowls until now! They keep your working yarn neat and tidy all in one place without having them roll all over. Yep, you know what I mean for those “outside” yarn pullers! Now check out all these amazing designs.
If you love unicorns as much as I do, then check out this adorable ceramic bowl by Design By Debbie X. It is hand-painted and durable, plus no more snagging yarns.
Another great idea when hooking in public would be to have your very own personalized handmade yarn bowl. These bowls by Kenny Clay Co are wheel thrown from stoneware clay and completely customizable.
This rustic by the beach design is so apt to my theme (because I love the beach so much, lol). And if you are singing the same tune, then go check out this white and cobalt glaze ceramic bowl by New Moon Studio.
Crochet rings are so cool, I only wish I had them years ago. If you are new to hooking or just not able to get the tension just quite right, then you must check out my top three picks here.
This stunning colorful peacock ring not only provides the perfect tension that you need but also the perfect eye candy for your finger. Check them out at Medusa Boutique Store.
If vintage is your middle name then you have to grab a few of these babies. They come in multiple finishing and is hand-fabricated with eco-friendly vintage silverware or copper available at Its Vera.
This pretty dragonfly ring is durable and adjustable. Hand-made and equipped with environmentally friendly vintage silver-plated copper, by Toppy Toppy Knits
Why use boring stitch markers when you can make life fun and colorful with dangly ones!
These little rhinestones danglers remind me of little skeins of yarns! These handmade gemstones stitch markers by Alice R Crafts are light and snag-free.
Now isn’t this just bee-yutiful?. This handmade enamel and black rhinestone charm by Pretty Stitch Markers, brings me back to sunny Spring days and warm honey tea!
Check out these various craft tools charms by Diana Sian Crafts. Made with silver and is great for collectors and hobbyists alike! I need to have them all!
Fun Crochet Hooks
Just like stitch markers, why not grab a couple of delicious or mesmerizing-looking hooks to look at all day long?
Oooo this one made me really excited! Macaron crochet hooks!! Yes please! These delicious handmade hooks are made with polymer clay, glaze and a dash of whimsy by Susie Js
These ergonomic extra-long handle polymer clay hooks by Polymer Clay Creations will not only help your tired hand, but it’ll also bring a little sunshine of Spring with these non-painted flower motifs
Feeling psychedelic? Check out these mesmerizing wooden hooks by Art Crochet Hook. Covered in resin and wild-colored mushrooms! Groovy!
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Another great must-have tool is the mini scissors. They’re not only for embroiderers but for all thread crafters alike. They fit nicely in any small pouch or purse, especially if you’re always on the go. Plus it will make you feel like a pro crafter!
Don’t you think this one is just the perfect shape and size for any thread crafter? These vintage stainless steel scissors by Tata Sol come in gold and bronze.
Did someone say stork scissors? Yes! Million Of Stitches has them in multiple colors too.
Say hello to Vintage European snippers. These stainless steel and antique silver processing scissors by Looma Hat come with stylish floral motifs with several color choices.
There you have it. I hope this was as insightful to you as it was for me curating it.
And if you have any other great crochet/ knitting essentials, please feel free to mention them in the comment box below.