Tulip Etimo Rose Crochet Hook Giveaway

First of all, I’d like to give a special thank-you to The Tulip Company for sponsoring the Crochet Guild of America‘s 2014 Design Competition. Thank you, Tulip!

I was able to thank the wonderful folks at Tulip personally when I attend the TNNA (The National Needlearts Association) industry trade show last weekend in Indianapolis. They even gave me two prizes for a giveaway!

My Brief Review:

I don’t have any of the Rose hooks, but I have a complete set of the standard Tulip Etimo aluminum hooks. These hooks glide like butter through every yarn I’ve ever used them with, and I’ve never had a problem with the hooks splitting any yarn. I also have the complete set of steel hooks. When I traveled to TNNA, I took my complete set of Etimo aluminum hooks with me, not knowing what yarn I might come across while there that was just begging me to swatch with it.

What We’re Giving Away

1. A Tulip Etimo Rose crochet hook in US size 7.0/4.00 mm

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2. A Tulip Etimo Rose crochet hook in US size 7.5/4.50mm

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Where to Buy the Hooks If You Just Can’t Wait

Can’t wait to see if you win one of these hooks? Or you want one in another size? No worries: You can buy them right here, whether you want individual hooks or a complete packaged set.

If you make a purchase after clicking the above link, Crochetville will make a small commission from your purchase at no additional cost to you. We thank you for your support!

 

Giveaway Rules

1. You must be 19 years of age or older to enter.

2. International entries are accepted. We will ship international entries via USPS First Class Mail Internatioal.

3. Void where prohibited by law.

4. We will select two random winners, each of whom will receive one hook.

5. We will announce winners on our Facebook page and ship hooks on or before Friday, May 16, 2014.

 

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43 thoughts on “Tulip Etimo Rose Crochet Hook Giveaway”

  1. Oooh…these hooks are pretty! My hands tend to ache so I have to have thicker handles. These would be perfect. Plus they are pink, my favorite color. 😀

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  2. I also get achy hands/wrists, so the bigger handle is very appealing – not to mention how pretty these are! 🙂

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  3. I’ve seen this type of hook and wondered if it would help me and my mom (who has arthritis) to continue to do what we love to do – crochet! This would be the perfect chance to try them and see for ourselves. 🙂

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  4. The only hooks i have are the aluminum o es you can find at walmart. These would be a treat especially for my 14 yr old son whose is learning to crochet and loves pink.

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  5. I’ve been drooling over these hooks for a year! They are so pretty and I’m sure they’re great to work with. I will be buying a set someday.

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  6. my granddaughter is learning to crochet and I cant think of a better way
    to introduce her to this wonderful crochet tulip hook I am teaching
    her to keep this art for the next generation thanks for the opportunity

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  7. These look just the job to help with my fibromyalgia. I use crochet to try and take my mind off the pain, but some days lose the battle to numbness and/or pins and needles

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  8. I’ve always wanted to try Tulip Etimo hooks. But I didn’t find them in Poland so I’d have to order them from abroad. Maybe this giveaway is a chance for me :)))

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  9. I would love to win these hooks. I always have a lot of projects going and like to keep a hook in every project.

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  10. Love to have these. I sometimes have trouble with yarn splitting as i crochet. I would love to try these out and appreciate the opportunity to win these. Thank you!

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  11. I just love having hooks of all types. I have metal, bamboo, japanese, plastic hooks. They are all different and some are best for particular tasks.

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  12. I hear that they help greatly reduce the amount of pain felt when crocheting for long periods of time. Being 33 with arthritis (Army veteran), this would be such a God send!

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  13. i never used a ergonomic hook before… just use the plain old ones…. I would really like to try one of these! And in PINK! beautyfull!

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  14. I like that Tulip crochet hooks can help eliminate the strain my hands go through during a marathon crocheting session. I also like that they don’t get caught in the plies of different yarns. (So frustrating when that happens.)

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  15. I’d love to win one of these!! I’ve been wondering if I’d like them any better than the traditional style hook-if I would get less hand cramping??? thanks!

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