Being a great crocheter you’ll need good resources right?
During my years of crocheting I’ve come across lots of crochet resources that I’d like to share with you.
This page give you my list of number 1 go-to resources that I’ve tested & use frequently.
Before you start digging into this list of awesome resources, I’d like to let you know that some links on this page are affiliate (learn more here). That means that if you click the link & choose to purchase anything, I will earn a commission. This comes to no additional cost to you. Please understand that I only recommend products I’ve tested, used & loved, & that I feel is useful to any great crocheter. Please only spend your money on products you’d really like to have & feel will be useful to you.
Recently I’ve had great experience with Love Crochet. As I’m living in Norway, I always love to get my hands on yarn from all over the world. When designing crochet patterns I’d love to be able to suggest yarns that also are available wherever you live. Whats so great about Love Crochet is that they ship worldwide & has a huge yarn collection from all over the world!
Using a comfortable hook makes all the difference when crocheting. Ever since I started crocheting, I’ve been exploring different hooks, & I’ve got 2 types of hooks that have really helped me ergonomically & with tension.
My first choice as of now is the Symphonie Rose Crochet Hooks from KnitPro. They opened my world to wood hooks & impressed me with their amazing lightness & how they feel in my hand. Even though they’re not padded, they never give me any strain while using them. Click the link to purchase the set too, or purchase one separate to give them a try.My second favorite hooks are also from KnitPro. However they are the hooks I originally had great experience with, padded hooks. The KnitPro Waves hooks are amazing when it comes to the softness when you crochet. They are a little heavier though, but the comfort is truly amazing.
Click the link if you’d like to try these hooks too.
When purchasing a pattern from anyone, even from my shop, sometimes you’d like substitute the yarn. Maybe you’ve already got a yarn in your yarn-stash or you’d prefer purchasing another yarn. Whenever I’m using other yarn than suggested in a pattern, I’ll always check Ravelry & YarnSub. They’ve both got substantial yarn information/catalogs, that will help you with that. Check them out here: