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Knifty Knitter Loom Hook
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- This hook is designed for use with knitting looms, specifically Provo Craft's Knifty Knitters.
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Keep in mind that you will want extras; sometimes they get misplaced. You NEED them to do the looming and if you become addicted to it like I did you will be very sad if you cant find yours! Also unlike the more expensive ones they have a tendency to bend over time especially if you use multiple strands of yarn or work tightly... you will want more than one of these. One does come with the sets, buy a few extras. You wont be sorry
And I agree with the idea that you should get extra ones!
*Metal is thick and hasn't bent so far (as opposed to the MS hook, one of which has already broken on me)
*Works with looms from multiple manufacturers (have been using it with the MS loom and the stitches look fine)
*Smooth tip so the yarn slides off smoothly
*For me at least, the metal part seems quite secure within the handle (I know other reviewers have had problems with this, but, so far, I have not)
*Handle is uncomfortable; it is really too narrow and short (am going to try wrapping some self-sticking first aid tape around it to cushion it and make it thicker)
*Personally, I don't care for the angle at which the hook part is bent. It's closer to 120-135 degrees instead of 90 degrees. The Boye and MS hooks have 90 degree angles, and I find that much easier to work with (less danger of yarn slipping off, for example).
Once again, I find the pros and cons pretty evenly balanced. I have yet to find a loom hook I'd rate above three stars, but this one works just as well as any of the others I've tried. (Nothing really makes it stand out, though.)