Try It - Like It - Create it

header photo

Try it - Like it - Create it Disclosure: Some posts are written in exchange for complimentary products or payment in order to share this information along with an honest opinion. Sponsored posts are also shared in order to receive a small amount to help support this site. Please see the Disclosure Policy document for further information. 

Try it - Like it - Create it Privacy Policy: Privacy Policy

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.

Crochet Hook Sizes

When I crochet I usually pick a hook and some yarn and start. I don't always follow a pattern. I knew the larger hook made a larger stitch but I really didn't understand the differences between hooks. I decided to do a study to see the differences. I started with a 2.0 mm hook but immediately found it too small to work with. I jumped up to size 3.0 mm. With each step up in size, I found the stitches easier to do. It became comfortable at size 4.5 mm. I was working with worsted weight yarn and stitching a single crochet stitch. My samples were three rows of 10 stitches. 

I hope  you can see the change is size. My 9 year old daughter was all about lining things up. The loose ends were driving her crazy and so she had to cut them off. Her alignment was a bit crooked. The 4.5 mm sample got stretched a bit. I would highly recommend doing your own study to see and feel the differences in crochet hook sizes. 

The hooks I used were purchases on Amazon

You might also like:
Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor

Go Back


Email List