I thought I would share my beginner crochet kit that I put together a while back, and also a great storage solution for current projects!
I have several large rubber made style stack-able bins of yarn and other findings in storage. This is an Ikea tray table that separates into several trays and holds my supplies that I am currently working with. It sits beside my favorite chair in the family room looking clean and beautiful!
I started out with a set of hooks that my husbands grandmother passed along to me.
I decided to purchase a little carrying case.
I bought this case from Joann's Fabrics but can't seem to find it on their site so you can see it here.
The contents so far are as follows...
Clover Knitting Stitch Counter Mini Kacha-Kacha x2 packages
I have to say that I am loving this row counter, and am so happy I bought it!!! The hook on the counter is a stitch holder (?) more for knitting. I am just using it at the moment to attach the counter to the handle of my kit.
These are the hooks that I was given.
These are the hooks that I purchased. I was shocked at how many different types of hooks are available. Some hooks are literal works of art!!
I am not sure that I needed all these hooks, but I am loving these.
The beige one is a size P, and the large turquoise one is a Q hook.
The above metal hooks are Boye size 6, 6.5, 9
The rose coloured one on the end is Susan Bates size 8.
I do have some duplicates, but decided to try a couple of different ones. I am really liking the ones with bamboo handles.
I have since added many new hooks but the basics of this kit remain the same for me and have been extremely helpful!!
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