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The Crochet Express National Crochet Month Blog Tour
Welcome to Crochetville’s fourth annual National Crochet Month (NatCroMo) blog tour, taking place each day of March 2016. Join us as we take a virtual tour on our passenger steam train, The Crochet Express, visiting crochet designers, crochet-friendly local yarn stores, and yarn companies, and offer some fun giveaways.
Today’s Posts: Julie Yeager | Anastacia Zittel | Jackie Fenwick | Serendipity Needleworks | Deborah Norville, Knit and Crochet Now! | Daily Giveaway
Want to Chat about the Tour?
Part of the fun of taking a passenger steam train trip is talking with your fellow passengers. This year, we’re providing two locations where our passengers can get to know each other. We’d love to hear about your favorite things you’ve discovered on the tour and see photos of your current crochet projects. You’re invited to join us daily for virtual cocktails/appetizers and dinner. (We’ll be sharing links to some fabulous recipes!)
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March 14 Daily Giveaway
Special thanks to Knitkabob for sponsoring the March 14 Daily Giveaway on The Crochet Express. Knitkabob has generously donated a Knitter’s Pride set of Dreamz Symfonie Wood crochet hooks.
Approximate retail value : $50
We regret that due to the cost of international shipping with tracking options, this prize can only be shipped to a US address.
Scroll down to the bottom of the post to see the Entry Form and Terms and Conditions.
Knitkabob is a crochet-friendly yarn store located in Union, Oregon. Knitkabob will be the featured LYS in The Crochet Express blog tour on March 18. Please come back on that date to read our post about the store.
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70 thoughts on “NatCroMo 2016, March 14: Daily Giveaway”
I have not used wooden hooks before but, will be excited to try!!
Yes I have some wooden crochet hooks.
I absolutely love using wooden crochet hooks!
I love to use wooden crochet hooks.
I haven’t tried wooden crochet hooks before. I like wooden knitting needles so I would love to give the crochet hooks a try.
No, I have never had the chance to try one, I hope I will.
I have heard of their hooks but have never tried them. I am a big fan of their Dreamz needles, marblz, novas and my favorite are the Karbonz… I own full sets of all but the Novas and I just own a few of those. The Karbonz I own are the DPNS which are amazing!
Yes I have used wooden hooks. I like em!
I just have one wooden hook.
I LOVE wooden crochet hooks and they are my very favorite. Hope I win this set and thanks for the opportunity!
I enjoy using wooden hooks.
i have only one wooden hook. these look awesome.
Would love to try wooden hooks……
I have never used wooden crochet hooks. 🙂
I have always used metal crochet hooks but I would love to try the wood hooks.
Ooh, so nice!!
I’ve never used wooden crochet hooks. I’ve used bamboo knitting needles and loved them.
I’ve been wanting to try these!
I love my wooden hooks for some projects. They feel so warm and glide through certain yarns easily.
No, never have but would love to try them.
I’ve only used a wooden crochet hook one time, but it had a really good feel to it and the yarn was easy to slide on the hook. Thanks for sharing!
I have used wooden hooks and also like to travel with them. There is no problem bringing them in the airplanes.
Thank you! They look exquisite.
I LOVE getting crochet hooks, I’ve learned even though they’re all graded the same there’s always a little bit of difference in size between 1 size G hook and another depending on how they’re made.
For the most part, I’ve never used a wooden crochet hook (there was a brief day of experimenting with a bamboo hook, but I never actually made anything with his, so it doesn’t really count).
I have never used wooden crochet hooks, but I would love to give them a try!
I have never used a wooden hook before. I would love to be able to try one out
I love the feel of wood hooks. I find them best for afghans and projects where I don’t want the stitches to be tight. Less useful for amigurumi where I’ve broken one before.
Yes, in fact the ones I like best is this set that I purchased at LYS several years ago. I still have and use most of the hooks in the set, although I tend to prefer the Knitter’s Pride soft grip because of old hands.
I had some tunisian hooks that were wooden. I think I ended up breaking the smaller ones. :/
I have a few wooden hooks in the more popular sizes that I use and absolutely love them. Would like to give these a try to see how they compare.
I have used wooden crochet hooks before. They were from a beginner crochet set and were not very smooth so the yarn would catch on them. I’ve heard good things about these hooks and would love to try them out.
I absolutely LOVE the few wooden crochet hooks I have. I’d love to have a full set.
I have not used wooden hooks but I am excited to try them!!
I have but sparingly. I really would like to use them more.
I have tried a wooden hook before, which was from a learn to crochet set. I didn”t work very well as it snagged the yarn. I’ve heard good things about these hooks and would love to try them out!
I have sort of used these type hooks before, I picked up one that use an interchangeable needle cord. A few weeks ago, it felt nice in my hand but haven’t really made anything with it yet.
Would love to try these beauties! But then again might just have to sit and enjoy looking at them for a while first.
I haven’t used wooden crochet hooks before.
Yes, I have and they feel wonderful! However, although I have not broken any wooden hooks yet, I am afraid that I will. I have broken many plastic ones. Thank you Knitkabob, Amy, & Donna for sponsoring this delightful prize!
Yes, I’ve used a wooden hook, but only in a larger size (P). I’d love to try with smaller sizes too!
I love using wooden hooks.
I would crochet things for my grandchildren and my friends little girl and my little boy and my friends new baby coming
yes I have used wooden hoks before and I love them!
I’ve never used a wood crochet hook before – I’ve always used aluminum or steel. Even my one lone lone Furls crochet hook is an Odyssey which is nickel-plated pewter. I’d love to have the opportunity to try one..
I have never used wooden crochet hooks before! I would love to try someday.
I haven’t used wooden hooks but these look beautiful!
I have never had the opportunity to use wooden crochet hooks so having a chance to win a set is awesome!!!!
I recently got a set of wood interchangeable hooks and love them! I’d love to add a set of standard wood hooks to my collection.
Yes, I have.
Thanks so much for this wonderful chance t this giveaway. Good luck everyone
No wooden ones; I have bamboo which might be similar.
I have not tried wooden crochet hooks but would love to
Ive never worked with wooden crochet hooks but I have worked with wood knitting needles and they are so amazing! Love the give away. Thank you!
Yes and I love wood hooks. They feel good in my hand.
I’d love to win these hooks, they are very pretty!
Yes! I love my wooden hooks. Great giveaway! My fingers are crossed! Thanks!
No I have never used wooden crochet hooks, but I would love to try them. Thanks for the chance to win!
Yes, though I usually use metal.
I used wooden hooks years ago but they were lost in a fire. In later years had to rely on my metal hooks but have been lookiing at all the new hooks available lately. Wooden hooks seem to be a good alternative to metal and not so heavy. I would love this set.
I’ve never tried wooden hooks, I’d be excited to give these a try.
Yes, I have used wooden hooks – old ones that I inherited from my grandmother.
I have one Lacis “P” hook that allowed me to “speed” crochet a blanket with super bulky yarn. It is my only experience with wood hooks, but it was a good one! Thank you for offering this giveaway!
Not wood, only plastic and metal
I have used wooden hooks
No, I haven’t but I sure would LOVE to win.
I enjoy wooden crochet hooks. I cherish my Britanny, Turn of the Century, Chiaogoos and Surinas.
More would be wonderful!
I love wooden hooks! Knitters Pride are faves but I don’t have all the sizes!
I have never used wooden crochet hooks. Would love to try them. Thank you for a chance to win some.
My favorite hook is a size I Furls hand crafted wood hook; with my arthritis, it lets me crochet twice as long before my hand starts to ache…I recommend them, if you can afford them…
I have only used the largest wooden hooks, say a Q.
i have used a jumbo wooden hook which i liked