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Expert Picks: The Best Tunisian Crochet Hooks For 2024

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If you’ve seen my latest YouTube video, you’re now familiar with my extensive collection of Tunisian crochet hooks. Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or just beginning your first Tunisian project, the right hook set can greatly improve your crafting experience. For a detailed analysis of the features and capabilities of each hook set, make sure to watch the video. In this blog post, I’m thrilled to share my top picks in each category. Ready to find out what I’ve chosen? Let’s dive in!

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Top Picks for Tunisian Crochet Hooks Across Categories

1 // Best Budget Hooks: Knitter’s Pride Dreamz Tunisian Hook Set

For those who want quality without breaking the bank, Knitter’s Pride Dreamz is my go-to recommendation. These hooks offer a smooth crochet experience at a price that’s hard to beat. They’re a fantastic choice for crafters who want to explore Tunisian crochet without a hefty investment.


2 // Best Luxury Hooks: Lantern Moon Bequest Tunisian Hook Set

When it comes to luxury, the Lantern Moon Bequest hooks stand out. They’re not just hooks; they’re a statement piece for your crochet collection. Crafted with exceptional quality and elegance, these hooks are a splurge that you won’t regret.


3 // Best Beginner Set: Clover Takumi Tunisian Combo Set

New to Tunisian crochet? Start your journey with the Clover Takumi Set. This set is specifically designed for beginners, offering a comfortable grip and smooth glide that makes learning Tunisian crochet a breeze.


4// Best Indie Hooks: CATCH Hooks

Supporting independent creators is close to my heart, and CATCH Hooks are a testament to the incredible talent out there. Each hook is a work of art, promising not just functionality but a unique crafting experience.


5 // Best Overall Set: ChiaoGoo T-Spin Tunisian Set

If I had to choose one set to rule them all, it would be the ChiaoGoo T-Spin. Versatile, durable, and beautifully crafted, this set is a dream for any Tunisian crochet enthusiast. It’s an investment that will pay dividends in your crafting journey.


6 // Best Metal Hooks: Sewrella Aluminum Tunisian Hook Set

For those who prefer the sleekness and smoothness of metal, Sewrella Aluminum Hooks are my top pick. These hooks glide effortlessly through yarn, making them ideal for faster crocheting and more intricate stitches.


7// Best Plastic Hook Set: Denise Interchangeable Tunisian Hook Set

Plastic hooks are a great lightweight option, and the Denise Interchangeable set stands out for its versatility and quality. Perfect for those with hand fatigue or who prefer a lighter touch.


8 // Best Wood Set: Lykke Indigo Driftwood Tunisian Hook Set

Last but definitely not least, the Lykke Indigo Driftwood set is my favorite in the wood category. These hooks not only look stunning but offer a warmth and comfort that only wood can provide, making your crochet experience deeply satisfying.


Tunisian Crochet Hooks Wrap Up!

Whether you’re looking for luxury, comfort, versatility, or affordability, there’s a Tunisian crochet hook set out there for you. Be sure to check out my YouTube video where I dive into each of these picks in more detail. Happy crocheting, and let the yarn guide you to your perfect hook!

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Comments

  1. AvatarMadison Cavaness-Furlong says

    What cords do you recommend instead of knitters pride to go with my ginger hooks? I’m going crazy with these cords!! I absolutely adored your YouTube video, but I didn’t see the link to the cords you mentioned. ❤️❤️❤️

  2. AvatarDiane says

    I love my Knitters Pride Ginger set. I do Tunisian and Tunisian mosaic almost exclusively. I started with the less expensive KP bamboo set but they use same cables,etc. I added some mindful swivel cables in sizes I use often plus a size 7 and doubt I would switch hook sets. I will admit you were inspiration to learn Tunisian.

  3. AvatarAndrea Burke says

    These hooks are just wonderful….I love Tunisian crochet thanks to you, Toni!! I’ve been following you for nearly a year, and I love the projects and the way you teach them! You are easy to follow and I’ve improved quite a bit since I found your instructions on You Tube. Thanks, Toni!

  4. AvatarKatherine says

    I have watched most of your tunisian videos and fell in love with it’s simplicity. However I did buy 2 “small hook sets” one plastic and one bamboo and I mean small as in not the long rods. Maybe it is just me but I can’t control the hook with the work all on the hook bunched up under my hand. I have tried and I have watched your videos. I find it much more comfortable to use the rods and be able to articulate the hook head into the stitches better with holding the rod than to fight holding the hook through the work. I just can’t make it work for me. So I tried a long rod and my stress and frustration level disappear.

  5. AvatarLia says

    Toni, please, please, PLEASE bring us your spin on metal Tunisian crochet hooks. The Sewrella ones are such a wonderful option, but having choices just open the craft to more people <3

  6. AvatarPamela Wilson says

    i just recently “stumbled” into ( onto??) your site & wtched the video rating diffferent brands of Tuniisian hook Sets. In the video you also mentioned, for beginners, some tunisian hooks that i believe you called “fixed” hooks. there were no cords showing, so I’m assuming they’re a bit limited by a projects length ( WIdth?) I really am new! I could find no link on those Fixed Size hooks. Any help in pointing me in the right direction to perhaps finding some of these? I have looked @ my local big name crafting shops, and haven’t found any of these available. THANKS!

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